From our first show to our latest hit, Tenderfoot TV has taken an independent minded boutique approach to developing, producing, and marketing our podcasts. We don’t think like an assembly line with the goal of mass production, instead every project has its own unique identity. From the style of content creation, to the cover art, to the original score. Our team specializes in making each podcast a unique experience. But boutique doesn’t have to mean small. Tenderfoot shows generate big numbers, which have earned us 5 consecutive #1 releases on the Apple Podcast charts.
Explore the dark underworld of boxing and uncover what led one of the sport’s “good guys” to pick up a gun and fire eight shots in an Orlando hotel room. Boxer Tim ‘Doc’ Anderson is serving life in prison for killing his manager, so why does everyone, including his victim’s family, think he should be set free?
A new anthology series that explores bizarre real-life stories; from horror, to crime, to the paranormal. Told first person, these true stories are set inside the fictional world of Radio Rental, an 80’s style video rental store. This imaginative cult classic inspired horror brand blurs the lines of reality with cutting edge documentary storytelling.
According to the official story, on April 4th, 1968, a lone gunman assassinated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. That man, James Earl Ray, pled guilty and for most people the case was closed. The MLK Tapes, a new history/true crime podcast, explores rare recordings of eye-witness testimony and new interviews with people who were there to reveal the true story of the plot to kill Dr. King.
Our award winning flagship show reinvestigates cold case disappearances, picking up the pieces and taking listeners on a real time investigative journey to find the truth. Two seasons of the true crime podcast have generated over 300 million downloads, 2 arrests, 1 conviction, and an impending murder trial.
The critically acclaimed Atlanta Monster tells the story of a city’s darkest secret, Atlanta’s missing and murdered children, aka the Atlanta child murders. The 40-year-old murder mystery looks back at the tragic events that left 29 victims, while reinvestigating new theories and debating the guilt or innocence of convicted killer Wayne Williams.
One of the most notorious, unsolved serial killing sprees in history, Monster: The Zodiac Killer dives into the 50 year old mystery that still baffles authorities and true crime sleuths to this day. Despite sketches, eye witnesses, cyphers, and copy cats, the question still remains: Who is the Zodiac?
Culpable explores unsettled cases where those deserving of blame have somehow eluded justice, like the case of 21-year old Christian Andreaccchio, whose death was ruled a homicide after a mere 45-minute investigation. Host Dennis Cooper reinvestigates the case, sharing this compelling story of a grieving family’s ongoing fight for justice.
Most serial killers aren’t household names like the Zodiac, but the crimes of these lesser known killers are no less twisted. Insomniac dives deep into the minds and methods of serial killers and chronicles one man’s journey as he immerses himself in true crime, suffering the psychological effects of his work. What keeps you up at night?
When Shapearl Wells’s son Courtney is found outside a Chicago police station with a fatal bullet wound, Shapearl immediately distrusts the official narrative. So she launches her own investigation into her son’s murder and teams up with journalists from the Invisible Institute to confront the cops and find the truth about Courtney’s death.
When 26 year-old LaToya Thompson went missing, Rose Cranberry hopped right on the case. Her investigation takes her from Atlanta to Los Angeles, where she conducts interviews with the people who knew LaToya best. This fictional podcast is derived from HBO’s award winning series Insecure. It is a production of Raedio, Tenderfoot TV and HBO.
Sworn pulls back the curtain on the criminal justice system, exposing the untold stories and hard truths behind major cases. Host Philip Holloway, a defense attorney and former prosecutor with a background in law enforcement, not only digs into the legal aspects of these cases but the emotional consequences of their outcomes.
In 1985, two Grateful Dead fans were brutally murdered. For the last three decades, rumors have circled that the wrong man was put in prison for the crimes. Despite the Grateful Dead’s ethos of peace and love, many Deadheads throughout the years have disappeared or been murdered. An investigative podcast, hosted by Payne Lindsey and Jake Brennan explores these crimes.
The balance of political power hinges on the outcome of two Senate races in Georgia, a state that shocked the nation by flipping blue for the first time in nearly three decades. Visit the frontlines of this contest as two of Atlanta’s own – journalists Rembert Browne and Jewel Wicker, detail this historic moment, and talk to the key organizers, strategists, and voters who are hoping to change the South forever.
When Afrikka Hardy was murdered, it seemed random. But it wasn’t. Her death fit a pattern, identified by an algorithm used to detect serial killings. And police had been warned that a killer was on the loose. Host Ben Kuebrich follows the investigation into Afrikka’s murder, tracking her killer, and uncovering more than anyone expected — that the use of technology could have stopped a serial killer, and that Afrikka Hardy should be alive today.
In Hollywood, dreams collide with harsh, sometimes tragic, realities. Award winning journalist and New York Times best-selling author, Neil Strauss, takes you inside the investigation of Adea Shabani, an aspiring actress and model who disappeared from her Hollywood apartment. Far from a cold case, this real-time investigation is just weeks old.
The Up and Vanished brand expands to TV on the Oxygen network taking on 4 new missing persons cases plus revisiting the cases from season 1 and season 2 of the hit podcast. Payne Lindsey host’s the series that will travel the country tracking down leads and hoping to discover new details on each case and help the victims’ families gain a sense of closure.
Stay Hungry, the 2019 documentary short hosted by Payne Lindsey featured the art and the backstory of one of Atlanta’s most well known muralists, Greg Mike. Tenderfoot TV co-produced the docu-short with Station 16, which documented the creation of the “Stay Hungry” mural on the famed Ponce Wall (Ponce De Leon Avenue).
In 2007, NBA referee Tim Donaghy was arrested for betting on games he officiated. It was the biggest scandal in American sports history, but it quickly faded from the headlines. Why? Because everyone in this scandal has something to hide. This isn’t a story about basketball – it’s a story about money, and a conspiracy that spans far beyond one referee.
From Netflix, Filmmaker Josh Zeman wasn’t expecting to unearth a bombshell when he first met Maury Terry, a journalist obsessed with the infamous Son of Sam case. Maury believed that David Berkowitz didn’t act alone, and that the Sons of Sam are still out there. Head deeper down the rabbit hole as Josh follows Maury’s trail, examining the terrifying connections.
It can be a challenge for the average hard-working, true crime fan to keep up with the day’s crime news, so we’ve created a solution. We follow the news during our busy day, so you can quickly get caught up on what you missed during your busy day. Will also take you back in time to share a case that happened on this day in history. Tenderfoot TV and Resonate Recordings presents, This Day In Crime, a quick and entertaining way to get your daily dose of crime.
After successfully investigating the disappearance of 26 year-old LaToya Thompson in “Looking For LaToya,” citizen sleuth, Rose Cranberry, is back to take on injustice in our system. This satirical “true crime” series uses comedy to shed light on systemic issues and racial disparities within the media and the criminal justice system.
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The Story of Contemporary Street Artist Greg Mike
Tenderfoot TV partnered with Greg Mike, the artist behind some of Atlanta’s most iconic murals, to create a docu-short “Stay Hungry,” uncovering the story behind Greg’s signature artistic style. “Stay Hungry,” co-produced by Station 16, dives headfirst into Atlanta’s street art scene, getting to know the origin of Greg’s intense passion for reinventing public spaces through art and design. Tenderfoot co-founder Payne Lindsey and Greg Mike sit down together to give viewers an inside scoop on how the artist pairs personal hardship with his city’s diverse energy to create something truly inspiring.