Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Rob Benedict’s Character Revealed in ‘Passenger List’

PODCASTSPASSENGER LISTRob Benedict's Character Revealed in 'Passenger List'

A new episode of Passenger List dropped this morning, and we finally got a clue as to who Rob Benedict’s character is!

(If you have not yet listened to the podcast, warning that spoilers are below – listen to it here!)

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Rob first appeared in episode three, and had a brief appearance as Kelly Marie Tran’s character, Kaitlin, confronted him. Not much was given away about his character, until now, when Rob reappeared in a brief phone message. Per his message, he’s an FBI Agent James Dennison. Rob should hopefully be appearing in more episodes soon.

The podcast and Kaitlin’s investigation are starting to ramp up with more twists and secrets being unravelled — including a huge bombshell with Dylan.

Passenger List features Kelly Marie Tran (Star Wars), Rob Benedict (Supernatural), Colin Morgan (The Fall), and Patti LuPone (Les Misérables; Sweeney Todd).

Passenger List was created, co-written, and co-directed by Peabody Award-winner John Scott Dryden (Tumanbay; LifeAfter),  co-written and co-directed by Lauren Shippen (The Bright Sessions) with sound design by Mark Henry Phillips (Homecoming; Serial) and additional writing by Mara Wilson (Big Hero 6Matilda) and Kevin Rodriguez (Deadly Class).

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Listeners are also invited to join The Investigation, a weekly email companion where you have the opportunity to further unravel the threads of the show’s mystery and come up with your own theories. You can sign up for The Investigation here: https://passengerlist.org/investigation

You can subscribe to Passenger List on Apple Podcasts here! Follow along with Passenger List on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, as well as Radiotopia.

 

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