With 2019 coming to a close, the end-of-the-year lists are creeping up.
The Associated Press revealed their picks for the top 10 podcasts of the year.
To Live and Die in LA
Leading the list is a grisly true-crime podcast from journalist Neill Strauss who investigates the disappearance of aspiring Albania Macedonian actress, Adea Shabani, last seen in a coffee shop in LA with her boyfriend, Chris. Listen here.
Conan O'Brien Needs a Friend
The weekly podcast allows nighttime TV host Conan O’Brien to be his unfiltered self without the constraints of FCC regulations while also forming also friendships with celebrity guests like Former First Lady Michelle Obama, musician Neil Young, and actor Paul Rudd. Listen here.
Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez & Football Inc.
From bright lights to behind bars, the 6-part podcast takes examines the life and death of former football player and convicted murder, Aaron Hernandez, through original interviews and recorded prison phone calls. Listen here.
The historical podcast, hosted by New York Times Magazine writer, Nikole Hannah-Jones, examines the beginnings of slavery in America dating back to August 1619 and highlights the crucial efforts of black Americans in shaping our present-day democracy. Listen here.
Hosted by co-stars and besties, Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey, “Office Ladies” is the ultimate podcast for “The Office” fans who want to re-watch episodes, learn more about them, and hear some wild behind-the-scenes stories from the ladies that were there firsthand. Listen here.