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Show is entertaining but has more ads then any other podcast I listen to, by a LOT… more
Very short podcast with super frequent, repetitive, and annoying ads. If you want to know if there are podcasts about momery or Bridgerton Michael J. Fox's reaction to cake, this is the podcast for you. Don't worry if you've missed writing down the name of the podcast, it will come around again. Hosts of the actual podcast are great but they come off as less the point when you do the airtime math.
I have been following you since the first season and have been enjoying the episodes and I do wish for a book of recipes. more
Love the stories and the cocktails but I’m done. For a show that averages less than 30 min., the amount of ads—esp. throughout the story and not just at beginning and end—I can’t listen anymore.
So sick of the numerous ads. Makes me not want to listen
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Criminalia launched 4 years ago and published 181 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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