Keegan-Michael Key Stars in Horror Podcast from Blumhouse and iHeartMedia

Boo: Keegan-Michael Key would like to pursue your dreams in a new 13-part horror anthology podcast series from Blumhouse Television, iHeartMedia and horror podcaster Aaron Mahnke.
In "Aaron Mahnke's 13 Days of Halloween" Key pronounces the "caretaker" of the purgatory hotel Hawthorne Manor, where the audience plays the role of the hotel's newest guest and puts them at the center of a terrifying new story every day. The show premieres on October 19 on the iHeartRadio app and other major podcast platforms. A new episode will be released daily before (and including) Halloween.
The scripted podcast is produced by iHeartMedia together with Blumhouse - the studio behind genre hits like "Paranormal Activity", "Get Out" and "The Purge" - and Mahnke, whose popular horror podcast "Lore" has been incorporated into a TV series for Amazon was converted to Prime Video.
"13 Days of Halloween" is the first project to emerge from the deal that Blumhouse and iHeartMedia signed a year ago to produce original podcasts with the aim of adapting them for film and television.
According to iHeartMedia, the series will be produced in a binaural audio format to provide a 3D listening experience. Binaural audio soundscapes convey a sense of distance and position relative to the listener and simulate human hearing.
"Hawthorne Manor is a unique world and we are thrilled to be working with iHeartMedia and Aaron Mahnke to bring this sinister story to life," said Jeremy Gold, President of Blumhouse Television. "With people staying home this Halloween, we thought the audience would appreciate getting lost in this world with us and trying the creepy spirit of this vacation."
Listen to the trailer for "13 Days of Halloween":

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