Aggregated reviews for Undisclosed

The Undisclosed podcast investigates wrongful convictions, and the U.S. criminal justice system, by taking a closer look at the perpetration of a crime, its investigation, the trial, and ultimate verdict... and finding new evidence that never made it to court.

Undisclosed a great podcast   (5/5)

I have listened to this podcast since their start. They 3 hosts are so interesting and balance each other well. A good true crime/mystery/ social justice combo. Highly recommend.

Always Trump bashing   (3/5)

We get it. You guys don’t like Trump. Regardless that he’s who you should be siding with to work towards fair criminal reform, I mean after all, what did Obama or Clinton do on this matter? But Rabia won’t actually acknowledge that. Susan isn’t bright enough to acknowledge it. And Colin, well, he’s too busy repeating himself. Like seriously... he hasn’t had an original thought since season one. Rebecca’s cackle-laugh last season was more unbearable than a Hillary Clinton rally. Susan needs to just stay at home with her cat; someone please take her internet away. And Rabia needs to examine her own prejudices towards white people and the country that giving her a life without suppression.

Very low quality   (1/5)

This is a low budget podcast that has a lot of various issues, including that they don't put much effort into making this podcast, each season is stretched out by an extreme amount, the audio quality is unbearable at times and one of the hosts talks really fast. Additionally, they're so biased in favor of the defendants they discuss that they consistently defend the defendants just as much as the defendants' own lawyers would. There are much better true crime podcasts than this.

Fantastic pod; can’t stop listening!   (5/5)

I love Undisclosed! Deeply appreciate the way this highly complementary team of three lawyers dissects these cases and explains them (to the degree they can be explained). I learn about the blind spots in our justice system and how the falsely convicted can be victimized and spend their lives in prison trying to get justice. I think the core of Susan, Rabia and Colin complement each other very well, so when the three of them are working together on a case the show is at its strongest. When others have gotten involved I haven’t been nearly as enthused.

Great Podcast   (5/5)

I love this podcast. All the people complaining about Susan are missing the fact that she finds things that others miss. That makes her invaluable to the podcast and the people it’s trying to help. Also I have no problems understanding what Susan is saying, and her voice is fine. All three of the hosts are very intelligent and are enjoyable to listen to. People wrongfully in prisoned need a podcast like this especially with someone like Susan on it.

Feedback on Addendums   (4/5)

I’ve listened from the beginning and will keep doing so but I have to give you feedback on the addendums and specifically Rebecca. She is absolutely intolerable. Regardless of her own success hosting her own show, she is everything I detest in true crime hosts. I’ve lost love ones to violent crime and as a victims’ loved one I can’t support hosts who exploit the crimes in a dishy, trashy manner. Rebecca is definitely walking a line. In this show, she is nearly obsessed with Greg Lance’s sex life; she mentions it nearly every episode. In addendum 9 she accuses him of stepping out, although it’s been acknowledged that he had an open relationship. News to Rebecca, people are free to sleep around with who they like! If no ones getting hurt it’s none of your business. Rabia handled it with grace. Rebecca is supposed to be an advocate but she’s constantly passing irrelevant judgements on the participants in the case. So unnecessary and honestly, hurts the great work your team is doing. She mentions her husbands book often (so shameless) and Rabia is discreetly trying to reel her in several times an episode. I like how she recaps each episode at the top of the addendum but she is truly awful. I will always support you guys but I’m afraid Rebecca will just weaken your cause. If she continues to host addendums I’ll stop listening to those for sure. Rebecca, these are real victims! Both the dead and the wrongly convicted! They are not for your entertainment and gush sessions. Get some empathy!

In-depth, enthralling, detailed   (5/5)

I got hooked from the beginning with their Adnan Syed season and have listened to every episode (and many Addendums). The quality of analysis

Brilliant and sharp   (5/5)

After reading all these reviews dumping on Susan and the podcast, I felt compelled to write one of my own. I think Susan helps make the podcast what it is— she’s wicked smart, incredibly funny, and offers brilliant insight. This isn’t a podcast intended for casual listeners or people who aren’t willing to exert thought and effort into comprehension. If you’re looking for true crime dramatization, there are better podcasts out there for you. “Undisclosed” is a technical, legally exacting podcast that exposes the flaws in the criminal justice system one case at a time from the perspective of three lawyers.

Colin is the reason I listen   (4/5)

I LOVE how detailed this podcast is. All that info, people could learn SO MUCH about how our justice system works by listening to these three amazing and experienced people! But obviously Colin is the only one with experience with public speaking and the reason I’ve listened as long as I have. I have listened from the very beginning, and just CAN NOT listen to Susan without getting frustrated. I want to hear what she has to say but she’s so hard to keep up with. Rabia is better, but sounds like she has a cold all the time. I’ve listened to so many episodes but when ever Susan starts talking, I lose focus and have to turn it off. Slow down girl!! Hey producers: Take her audio clips and slow them down before publishing the episode. Something, anything! She needs to slooooow down. There are MANY reviews saying this exact same thing, so maybe it’s time to listen, eh? And cut the swearing out. It’s not needed. Aaaand it’s time for an opening theme song update!

Love it, EXCEPT for Susan   (3/5)

I listened to Serial & felt a lot of the evidence didn’t add up, so I was excited to listen to this podcast. Susan’s voice is like nails on a chalkboard! She talks way too fast & her modulation is just annoying!

Slow down, Susan   (4/5)

This team is SO bright. They do excellent research and do so much work to break it all down for the listeners. The Thursday episodes are OK. I keep my expectations low for those. But, I can’t give this 5 stars because Susan just refuses to slow down! After nearly five years of this and people begging over and over to change this aspect of the podcast I have to wonder why nothing changes. It’s borderline insulting. Susan is wicked smart but when we have to rewind or slow the playback rate just to understand her, it diminishes the listening experience considerably. Do better.

A Most Worthy Cause   (5/5)

Love this and the fight against the deep injustice hiding in plain sight. ...and judgement is turned away backward, and justice standeth afar off: for the truth is fallen in the street and equity cannot enter. Kudos to all

Waste of Time   (1/5)

Being a Cookeville native and remembering the Greg Lance case, I was intrigued with this podcast. Well after listening to all episodes I am no more convinced Lance didn’t do it than any of the multitude of thugs and meth heads mentioned throughout the series. If the point was to attack former DA Gentry and local law enforcement then job well done, other wise waste of time.


Great episodes! Love the information shared with listener as the story unfolds. Appreciate the fight for justice and helping to investigate wrongful convictions.

Podcast is great! (Except Susan Hosting)   (2/5)

I have listened to 3 seasons & now I’m on Keith Davis. It’s just bad audio & horrible hosting..literally HORRIBLE!! She races at least a 2x speed. Should just eliminate this season! UPDATED: Now I’m on Greg Lance, I think the music could be WAY better maybe even to add suspense or amplify on drama. And the sound editing isn’t that good. If sound and music is done by the same, then tell them to listen to top rated podcasts.. and seriously it would be 6 stars if Susan would just stop co-hosting!! As soon as she starts speaking, I subconsciously stop listening bc she is pretty bad at presentation!! Reading AND Convo! Please get rid of her and your ratings will go up.. ugh Susan is talking again -I just wanna turn it off!! Ok ugh I CANT TAKE SUSAN!! I gotta turn it off!! Thanks for ruining it Susan, this is where better music could smother her untalented speaking..sorry it’s that bad!

Talking TOO FAST   (2/5)

I find the story very intriguing, however it is too difficult to listen when the hosts are talking so fast that words run into one another forming something that almost sounds look Levantine song! Slow down, then I’ll come back!

Actual Innocence Cases   (5/5)

If you love hearing and learning about actual innocence cases, this is your podcast. I have been listening since this podcast’s inception. I am also a Patreon donor. This is not only a fascinating podcast, it is also doing important work to investigate some wrongful convictions and to get justice for the victims — as well as for the wrongfully incarcerated. It is fascinating to listen to the Investigations! The minute it pops on my feed, I’m all over it! Highly recommend.

Truly the best in True Crime Podcasting!   (5/5)

Been listening to this podcast from almost the very beginning (think I came in 1/2 way through Season 1) and have not missed an episode or addendum since. The work that Rabia, Colin, Susan, and the entire Undisclosed Team does is truly awe inspiring. Thank you guys for everything you do in fighting for the wrongfully convicted!

Thorough and Interesting   (5/5)

I have been listening to Undisclosed from the beginning. I’ve always been interested in True Crime and these guys have opened my eyes to what is happening in our justice system. They are so thorough in their investigation and one of the best in laying out the crime and evidence. Really love their addendums and guest speakers to switch things up week after week. Keep it up. You are making a difference.

Lots to Like Despite Ads   (3/5)

I got hooked on this podcast during the first season. I especially like the storytelling and point of view of the main lawyer. However, the product ads have steadily increased season after season, and they are all product testimonies from the three hosts. At some point you doubt their sincerity. And how many ads is too many.

Amazing   (5/5)

So informative and detailed to the extreme! Nothing gets past this team, even the minutiae. I was hooked after Adnan, but’s it’s been just as great until Greg Lance! Keep up the wonderful work for the wrongfully accused.

Insightful and Well Reported   (5/5)

I started with this podcast at its inception. The first few episodes were a little shaky audio-wise, but the information and research have always been tops. Rabia, Colin, and Susan are smart lawyers (I just retired from practicing) and offer excellent analysis. I don’t know whether to credit Rebecca Lavoie for the now-excellent audio, but I suspect she’s had a hand in it. This podcast is literally the first one I listened to after Serial. I have to admit that I sometimes save it up to binge, but only because I can’t take the suspense of some of these cases. Brilliant!

Very enjoyable   (5/5)

Thoughtfully written and painstakingly researched. This is always an enjoyable podcast to listen to, regardless of the main topic. I’ve learned so much about evidence and trials from Susan, Colin and Rabia.

Thank you   (5/5)

The work you do uncovering prosecutorial misconduct and wrongful convictions is amazing.

Have listened since beginning   (5/5)

Excellent coverage and exposure of our faulty judicial system. Keep up the fight!!! Each case is presented after research and investigation.

Great for criminal defense attorneys   (5/5)

Started listening prior to becoming a licensed attorney and have continued since. Love this show. Helpful and insightful

Hypocrites   (1/5)

I use to be a big fan but after Rabia decided she knows best about every topic I unsubscribed. She is actively harassing and spreading lies about other podcast hosts. Rabia state’s all fans of this podcast are anti-Muslim among other nasty hurtful words. Since I was a fan of both shows..I was extremely offended to be lumped in a group of ppl allegedly who are racists, ant-Muslim, anti-woman. Rabia get off your high horse, and a get a sense of humor. I will never recommend this podcast nor would I buy from your sponsors. You’re a hypocrite.

Slow down update   (5/5)

It seems they took the advice and are more aware of speed talking 😊 thank you! I really enjoy this pod cast! Great content! Who is the lady who is speed talking? I really enjoy this podcast but at times can’t understand a word that is said 😭

Good true crime   (4/5)

Love undisclosed my one gripe is can u guys stop introducing yourselves EVERY episode its so redundant. If someone is listening to season 15 episode 8 they know who u guys are and where u blog....

Stop Vap advertising   (5/5)

Can’t keep listening if vap advertising continues.

Podcast gold   (5/5)

I love every single episode that you do and every season, every new case has been fascinating and heart breaking in its own way. While my favorites are the episodes when Rabia, Susan & Colin are all three on - l really enjoy the addendums with special hosts and special guests. Each host has been awesome and each guest brought their own specialty to the discussion- I was soooo excited to hear Bill Rankin today. I love the AJC podcast too. Thank you for your hard work on these important cases that need attention in hopes it happens less often or best case never again and real change in our justice system to be done.

Hooked from day one   (5/5)

You guys are awesome. I have listened since your first series on Adnan. My heart breaks for every case you guys present. Also does not give me much faith with our justice system and detectives going rogue. Keep up the good work. 6killer

Oh man .. I’m sorry your voice   (2/5)

I feel bad but perhaps Susan podcasting isn’t for you. This is the first podcast I had to turn off. Too fast , and there’s a weird wet sound when she speaks... it’s painful And I had to turn of off.

Taking money from Juul?   (1/5)

I am ashamed of you all for taking money from Juul. This company is dedicated to addicting youth to deadly vaping. I have listened to this podcast since the beginning and I expect more from you all.

Please slooooow down   (3/5)

Just started listening and the one lady is so hard to listen to. There’s this thing she does where she speaks so quickly and trips over her words that it almost seems like my speed is set to 2x. It is really difficult to listen to. I’m on episode 2 and not sure I will make it through all the episodes. It’s starting to make my head hurt.

Good research   (4/5)

Really amazing research. Amelia’s vocal fry at the end of every sentence is grating once you notice it. Despite the great reporting, sometimes I would get lost in the implied nuances ie “oh really?” “Hmmmm”. Might want to be more specific and point those out more or explain the irony more concretely.

Amazing   (5/5)

Great podcast! I’m a 1L in law school, so I enjoy the educational part of it as well. Side note-the person who commented on the way Susan Simpson talks is rude and I have no idea wth they’re even talking about.

Great podcast on wrongful convictions   (5/5)

If you loved listening to season one of the Serial podcast, but wanted more detail and a deep investigation of Adnan Syed's case, this podcast is for you. I was hooked after season one of Undisclosed, and the series has gone on to investigate many more cases of prisoners who have been wrongfully convicted. It gets depressing to understand the sorry state our justice system is in, but Susan, Colin and Rabia put such excellent work into these cases, I want to hear more.

Disappointed   (3/5)

I have listed to undisclosed from the very beginning. However, the addendum for episode 7 truly disappointed me. The lack discussion around an attorney’s ethical obligations portrayed a skewed image of an attorney client relationship. Clients’ direct representation as to settlement and objective. Deference is to be given to the attorney as to legal strategy. The second talking point that shook me was the conversation around Greg’s competence. If I, as a lawyer, which I am, believes that my client is unable to fundamentally understand the proceeding or the consequences of a decision, it is my ethical obligation to ensure my client is competent. To frame it as his attorney trying to pressure Greg into a decision is irresponsible. When your practice area is based on preserving your clients livelihood it is essential they are competent to appreciate their decisions.

Meticulous research, superb presentation   (5/5)

I discovered Undisclosed after getting hooked on the Serial series on Adnan Sayed. I have been very interested in the Innocence Project after reading Grisham’s only nonfiction book The Innocent Man. So this podcast is exactly what I have been looking for! The amount of leg work and sweat equity these folks put into each podcast is so obvious and immediately enjoyable for this cerebral geek who drives approximately 2000 miles each month (passing through Baltimore 4-6 times along the way). As for some of the critics on here - don’t like fast talkers? Most apps have an option to play at slower or faster speeds... Don’t like the adds? There are always options to fast forward. Don’t like the audio quality? They go to great lengths to help folks understand what has been presented. Simply put, I appreciate all that the people involved are doing and I will be a loyal listener as long as you have the energy to keep it going!

New season case   (4/5)

Definitely a more intriguing season! Just tone down the catty remarks about the “White House”. Remember, not everybody shares your point of view on the president...the majority disagree! Another thing about this season: zero empathy for Keith. Prob innocent, but seems like a super shady person. There is karma is this world

Not as good as it was, sadly.   (3/5)

I gave this five stars back when it was all done by Rabia and Susan and Colin. Unfortunately the new woman who has been doing some of the recent seasons is way too snarky and sarcastic. It no longer feels like I’m getting facts, but rather her opinion plus some facts. I miss Colin’s serious grounding.

Fantastic podcast   (5/5)

I love this podcast. I have been listening since the beginning and adore all the hosts. While this can be fast paced at times, I find it helpful; this gets more information into the episode.

I understand Susan just fine   (5/5)

This is my favorite podcast, along with 45th. Many reviews complain that susan talks too fast, but I understand her without any issues 🤷🏼‍♀️ Keep it up, team! Love you guys!

Can’t follow it all any more.   (2/5)

It’s so hard to sort through and figure which season is which And I just lost track of it. Recommend separate podcast feeds for each case or a better indexing. Wondery makes it work with multiple individual podcast streams.

Talks too fast   (1/5)

The chick talks way too fast. I really wanted to like this podcast, but I just couldn’t stand how fast she talks. The guy is super easy to follow and listen to though!

Undisclosed   (5/5)

Undisclosed is awesome I found this pod while my mom was dropping me off at school and she was listening and I was amazed at what I heard. So I recommend this to anyone who likes to listen to explained case or murders. I give these people 100 stars 👍👍👍⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Can’t listen to Susan   (1/5)

Every time I try to listen, Susan’s speed talking stops me dead. I just can’t take it.

Love it   (5/5)

I found this pod cast thru a series xm commercial it caught my attention bc the case up next was in my hometown I’d heard about it when it happened and didn’t know the results of the case take into count I ALREADY DESPERATELY LOVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH LAW so I recommend this podcast the only one I listen lol

Long-time listener - my fave podcast 4 years+   (5/5)

So good. I love to listen to the riveting episodes about the case and the more conversational "addendum" episodes later in the week. Such integrity and quality and even humor in the face of injustice. Keep up the Good Work!

Magicians use slieght kf hand to make quality fo away and replace content with ads and filler   (1/5)

They push or host other shows to keep a weekly release schedule. Every once in a while they give you a gem better than most pods. Otherwise this show is just a lost sell out with terrible editor. Aick and tired if hearing a compelling question then a host saying next episode or later down the line we will share that. If you are not good story tellers just be genuine. You are bad story tellers that chased cash and lost the ability to be genuine. The podcast WAS enjoyable and informative enough to listen to on a weekly basis

Susan Simpson   (3/5)

I would give my review 5 stars if Susan Simpson would enunciate and slow the F down. She talks way too fast and stumbles over her words. I tune out when she’s talking because I can’t understand her. E-nun-ci-ate please. I beg you.

Fourlanerd   (5/5)

I look forward to the reporting Rhabia, Susan and Collin give us every week! Amazing combination of addressing the layman’s curiosity, with their legal expertise!

Undisclosed   (5/5)

I would take fast talking Susan Simpson in my corner any day of the week. Rabia, Colin and Susan each bring their own unique talents and insight to the podcast. I’ve been with them since day one and will continue as long as they do. I hope that’s a long time!

Interesting and smart   (5/5)

I would listen to these hosts talk about paint drying! Always engaging, and they respect the intelligence of their listeners.

The best!   (5/5)

My favorite podcast! Love their legal analysis!

Best True Crime Pod   (5/5)

The hosts are great and the cases they choose are perfect.

Love it!!!   (5/5)

Keep up the good work. Y’all are amazing!!

Love the podcast but....   (3/5)

I don’t know the names but the woman with the lower voice does a great job. Her diction is good and her cadence makes her reading easy to understand. The other woman needs a bit of mentoring. She speaks so fast, I find myself trying to figure out what she just said and I miss the next sentence. Diction needs to improve as well. But don’t give up. The best female podcaster in my opinion is Vanessa Richardson. Check You Tube.

One of my favs but hard to listen to   (3/5)

I absolutely live this podcast but Susan Simpson is making me want to stop listening. She speaks way too fast and I can’t understand anything she says. I’ve seen several other comments on the same thing. Maybe just have her do ads....because I can’t follow a story when I can’t understand what the narrator is saying.

Missing some episodes   (4/5)

I have the same issue. Where are episodes 1-7?

Adnon’s case   (4/5)

I’m trying to go back and listen to all of Adnon Syed’s case that was covered by Undisclosed. I am getting my podcasts on Apple Podcasts, and it only goes back as far as Episode 8. Please help! I would like to listen to episodes one through seven!

Susan   (5/5)

Susan Simpson talks too fast. I have a really hard time understanding her. Great podcost though!!!

Fast talking   (3/5)

Podcasters talk too fast.

Season 3 episode   (3/5)

Love this podcast in general. This episode was difficult to listen to. Whoever the lead narrator is speaks way to fast! It makes me want to turn off the episode😔

Uh what?   (4/5)

Susan Simpson talks too dang fast. Can’t understand her. Slow down!

Bingeworthy   (5/5)

Rabia has the best voice.

Nothing but ads   (1/5)

You have got to be kidding me. I can’t listen to this podcast anymore. It is nothing but ads!

Depends on the case   (4/5)

I have grown to really like the regular podcasters, but agree with many other commenters about Amelia. Her demeanor and sarcasm are so out of line with what I had come to expect from this podcast. I found the attitude towards law enforcement and the court system in general to be distasteful. I love podcasts about wrongful convictions, however I also work for a prosecutor and was married to a police officer. Not everyone is corrupt, not every officer is shady and not every prosecutor is out to get innocent people. The delivery by the normal hosts is responsible and factual. Amelia was abrasive and snarky and portrayed stereotypes and biases against police as if they are all criminals. If you want to help innocent people who are convicted the way to go about it is not to throw everyone in the system under one big bus.

No.   (1/5)

She’s self absorbed trash.

Lost a day 1er   (1/5)

Couldn’t take the extremely bias, snarky new host for Keith Davis. Unsubscribed.

Slow down   (1/5)

One of the producer lady’s speaks way too fast. She needs to slow down. Sometimes she puts sentences together that they don’t make sense. The producer male is great. Speaks clear and slow to were it makes sense.

New host is horrible   (3/5)

The new host, Amelia, is horrible. I skip every episode she is in because of her sarcastic attitude. She’s supposedly an investigative reporter, but she’s more like a biased TV commentator. It really makes her sound unreliable. She should take some tips from the other hosts to sound more professional.

Keith Davis   (3/5)

A million pieces of minute evidence does not make a man free. Story telling is a gift, not an opinion.

Used to be good   (2/5)

Back in the day when it was Susan and Colin as the voice of reason with some legal background and Rabia just chiming in now and then, it was good. But, this lady doing the Keith Davis one is the worst. The constant lip and tongue when she talks and the shrill voice drives me insane. She just bases everything in her opinion, facts don’t matter, crying that it’s not fair is a pretty strong legal argument I guess... Jon crier was bad enough with the addendums but Julia Sweeney good grief. If the new season is as bad as the last couple short ones, guess it unsubscribe time. All good things must end.

Can’t. Stop. Listening!   (5/5)

I found this podcast late so I’ve been listening to it for MONTHS! I listen when I’m cooking and when I’m driving and I have long distance driving quite often and this is perfect. Love what I hear and what is being looked into, can’t believe how much I’m getting to know. Sad to see what our system does to people but it’s awesome that there are people out there making people aware.


Do you know how annoying super loud tv commercials are? So bad, but they are playing on a tv across the room. Now imagine comerciales being blasted in your ears at THREE TIMES the normal VOLUME of the rest of the podcast while you’re using headphones. It’s HORRIBLE. This is a great podcast, but they are really doing listeners a disservice with this. And it’s DANGEROUS for your HEARING.

Horrible sound, and poor presentation!   (1/5)

The sound of the hosts dry mouth makes me nauseous. Straight trash

Addicted   (5/5)

It started with My Favorite Murder, (SSDGM), to Crime Junkie, to Serial, back to Crime Junkie, then to Undisclosed. Adnan is my current obsession. But, where is S1E3, Jay’s Day? I couldn’t find is on the website or on the podcast.

Came for Adnan   (1/5)

First season is missing half the episodes

Great podcast about a terrible issue   (5/5)

This podcast has been a major eyeopener for me about our judicial system. Not only are the podcasters experts in their fields and passionate about their work, they do a very good job of breaking down the legalese and providing supportive (and creative) analogies.

Huhhh??? First listen   (2/5)

The Anad Sayed case. Are they suggesting that Jay made up the story about Hae’s death without having any involvement, or first hand knowledge of what happened to Hae? He led them to the car. His friend Jen took him to dump evidence, two days in a row and then back again to wipe down the shovel handle because he was paranoid that he had left prints. If the cell led to him, no doubt the cops already knew of him and his drug dealing activities and they would absolutely bust him and use it as leverage. SMH. In 1998 mandatory minimum for intent to deliver volume is 20 years in prison. Mandatory 5 years and $25,000 fine. Accessory after the fact? Maximum 3-5 years, $2,000 fine. So far not impressed

Liberals making excuses   (1/5)

Why are these liberals making excuses for criminals?

Good Listen   (3/5)

Some stories are super good, others are so-so... Colin needs to slow down reading and pause at periods...

Learn to read   (1/5)

It’s like little kids reading! Even if it’s real you can’t follow it unless you are a 1st grade teacher

Disgusted   (4/5)

This podcast makes me so disgusted with our judicial system! I give props to the people making this podcast it is really eye opening. I wish we could do something for these men!

Mixed up episodes?   (4/5)

I’d love to listen to the first season but I can’t even find the first episode. Everything is just mixed up.

Adnan is a gangster.   (5/5)

Adnan is a straight killa

I want to know who gave this podcast 1 star!?!   (5/5)

This podcast presents criminal investigative journalism at its best......I guess some people hate that.

Very compelling   (5/5)

Each season is presented in such a compelling and clear way. Rabia, Susan and Colin, sling with their guests are awesome hosts. Overall a great podcast and I’m so happy that so many of the defendants as of late received good news. Keep it up!!!

Voices need training   (3/5)

Like acting, reading on the radio needs voice training. The reader on the Kevin Jones episode was so bad I couldn't listen.

Wish I could give it a 0 star review   (1/5)

Wish i could give it a zero star review

Compelling & heartfelt   (5/5)

So well written and produced. Has taught me so much about the reality of American justice as it relates to minority & low income in the minds of those who hold power

audio quality needs to be addressed   (3/5)

Content is pretty good, but the audio quality really needs to be addressed. It goes from quiet as a mouse to blaring in your ear when they switch from interviews to the hosts. Considering how many ads they continue to insert, you would figure they should be able to hire somebody who understands audio mixing.

It has to be good   (5/5)

Podcast recommended by Crime Junkies. It has to be good!

Disappointed   (3/5)

Past seasons have been fantastic. Unfortunately, this seasons audio quality makes it difficult to understand the phone interviews with Keith’s girl friend.

Justice At Any Cost?   (5/5)

The panel of attorneys have an amazing ability to pick apart a case and find the truth and tell the story behind it. What kind of system do we have where the DA’s/ Prosecutors/ Detectives will win at all costs? These innocent people are incarcerated, their lives have been forfeited and no one will listen. The “system” is broken and needs to be overhauled. Yet, we walk around and act like nothing is wrong. We should hold the DA’s/ Prosecutors and Detectives personally responsible for incarcerating an innocent person. Let them run the risk of doing the same sentence as the person they put in prison, prosecute them for the wrong doing. Perhaps that might cause them to take pause?

Losing Faith in “Justice”   (5/5)

After hearing this, and suffering from my own run-in and knowing of the countless others; I wonder how many cases that are tried are actually real, true, solid cases. I’m beginning to feel that most are just fabricated to keep up appearances of “justice” and successful closure and trials of crimes that occur. The police lie. The SAO lies. The judges are biased. The Grand Jury is tainted by the B.S. the SAO feeds them. The community is snowed. Why the citizenry of any major city has any faith in any of these crooked folks is beyond me. The picking apart and re-telling of this case was done in a splendid fashion. Even ex-cops find this a travesty. Trying someone 5 times is an abuse of power. Mosby is tripping on her power. Drunk with it. Should be disbarred.

A must listen!   (5/5)

The research and background information are amazing. Folks like this are leading the way on legal accountability.

Miss the original 3 podcasters   (4/5)

The seasons that involve Amelia McDonnell-Perry are dripping with so much bitterness it makes me question if her reporting is honest. She has a clear vendetta against Baltimore police. Rabia, Susan and Colin have much clearer heads.

Ironic   (1/5)

Show was halfway decent at best. That is until creators decided to tear down their competition to help their own ratings (def. didn’t work). Which is ironic because that’s what they have accused others of doing 💁🏼‍♂️🧐🤨 There are better pod casts with hosts that aren’t hypocrites.

So good!!   (5/5)

I listened to this podcast shortly after listening to Serial (as I’m sure a million other Serial followers did as well). They went in soooo much depth and did SUCH a good job laying out all of the facts, and things Serial did not. I had forgotten about it for some time, until I started a new podcast, “Crime Junkie”, when they did their Adnan episode. They mentioned this one again, and I got so excited for having already listened to it when they’d mentioned it, and realized I had never left a review. I recommend this podcast to EVERYONE i know who has already obsessed over Serial. Definitely a story well told.

Keith Davis Season   (1/5)

I’ve been following this show since it’s inception. Most of the episodes and seasons have been great. This latest season covering Keith Davis is nothing but editorializing by a cop hater with an agenda. You can only stand so much arm chair policing from someone with zero experience before you tune out. Let me know when the regular team is back

What happened to this podcast?   (3/5)

I loved this podcast when it started. I was always so eager to listen to the latest episode when it dropped. This last season though.... I couldn’t stand to listen to about mid way through episode. It’s hard to follow along with in some parts and all that seemed to be talked about was the police and how they fired their weapons. Yes, I know stuff like that can happen, but do you really need to drag it in on through that many episodes? No, one (two tops with the addendum) and that topic should be covered. I’ll try again with the next season...whenever that is.

Great Informative Podcast   (5/5)

The team is meticulous about researching and reviewing every aspect of these cases and presenting them in a clear way. Would definitely recommend

Ugh!!!!! A constant stream of ugliness hurts Keith Davis   (1/5)

First, I can totally see that Keith Davis maybe a victim of a very bad system and extremely poor treatment. I want to get behind his cause... BUT the host of this show is so biased, slanted, negative, and dismissive of any contrary viewpoint that it is impossible to listen to. I really hate what this host has done to this podcast. If KD is innocent and the police are bad, show that through the content don’t just keep telling us that over and over with such animosity and condescension. It detracts from the credibility.

Poor quality audio   (3/5)

This season has too many poor quality interviews and not enough time spent on the case. Tuning out.

Not a fan of police bashing   (2/5)

Stand behind police Hard to believe the whole system would be out to get one person. Doesn’t follow rational thought I my eyes.

Shameful   (1/5)

Girl with the sign, who tf are you? Bashing law enforcement? Who are you calling when the same scum bags you’re defending decide you are a prime candidate for a robber, rape etc. law enforcement salaries are none of your goddamn business how much money are you making? I was a Euge fan of this podcast app until recently shame on all of you

Disclosed   (1/5)

The condescension of this host towards all law enforcement takes me out of the case. Yes we all know what side you are on, but be honest. ‘The gun had no bullets in it,’ well a semi-automatic that was shot until out of ammunition would have no bullets in it. Were there shell casings nearby? Despite your horrific beliefs, not all cops are crooked.

Unfortunate   (1/5)

Ive been listening to Undisclosed for the last 5 years. Unfortunately Rabia is now in the business of shutting down other podcasts. I’m a huge Adnan advocate but I can’t support a host that does that.

Amazing work!   (5/5)

I love the honest, in depth, look they give into these cases! Although their work caused me to rethink my intake of poultry and eggs...had to massively change how I eat after the case in South Carolina they covered. Who knew three lawyers would change my eating habits :)

Susan SLOW DOWN Jesus !!!   (4/5)

Susan talks wayyyyyy too fast !!!!

5 stars except for one thing   (3/5)

Susan talks so fast, I will rewind it over and over and still can’t understand the words comingoutofhermouthalltogetherasoneword.

Stories   (4/5)

I have never heard so many different lies about what happened by so many different young people in my life. Why?

sooooooooooo....... zzzZZZzzz..... sslloowwwwwww   (1/5)

i was totally into ‘serial’ and was really looking forward to this as a follow-up; it has some great in depth info, but it’s SOOOOO SLOWWWWWW. and really redundant. and SLOWWW. i can appreciate the work that went into this, but the slow-talking monotone nearly put me to sleep. had to call it quits in season 1. =\

So, so good!   (5/5)

Loved Seasons 1 & 2. If you want more details and proof Adnan is innocent, listen to Season 1!! These guys are GREAT; they have different strengths and together, they excel.

Great podcast   (5/5)

I love Rabia’s voice!!

Undisclosed Rocks!   (5/5)

Undisclosed is the gold standard for podcasts. They do in depth research, and offer amazing insight into the legal system. I am completely obsessed with the extremely detailed analyses they give of the various cases covered. It has ruined less well researched podcasts, and pretty much everything “true crime” related on tv. I recently started listening to all the seasons again, and i find them just as compelling.

Rabid Rabia   (1/5)

Adnan did it. Get over yourself. You hate yourself so much that you have to personally attack people. Your Twitter is disgusting and I’ll never listen to this podcast again or support any of your other projects.

Excellent!   (5/5)

Great work! Undisclosed is more interested in finding the truth and solving the case than Serial was. Serial was flashy and wanted to produce an exciting story, which it did. But it also left many questions unanswered. And stressed things that were questionable, in order to keep the excitement going. Rabia, Susan and Colin are the perfect team. They are intelligent and it is a pleasure to follow them along. If anyone can find out what happened it’s them. Warning: It’s tough to stop listening and thinking about the case, once you start. Shows the problems in the American legal system. Jon Cryer is unnecessary and tries too hard to sound funny. I am not sure why he was added. Sorry but, I found it better without him. Rabia, Susan and Colin, excellent job, please keep it going! Adnan is very lucky to have you!

Why all the hate? Adnan is INNOCENT !!   (2/5)

I love this podcast.. it goes into great detail. Adnan is NOT guilty and all these idiot comments saying he is guilty makes me question their intelligence.. anyone with a brain can see the facts.. NOTHING adds up. Jay’s story changes a million times and there is ZERO evidence against Adnan. The police didnt do their job and ignored what they didnt like.

Awful   (1/5)

Not worth a listen. Tried really hard to like it.

Gross   (1/5)

If I could give a negative rating I would. I do not appreciate being called names just because I support another podcast.

Garbage   (1/5)


Mike in Boise   (5/5)

My weekly, monthly, and annual favorite in legal podcasts. The host, Rabia, works diligently to get a new trial for her cousin, Adnan. While working on that long, tortuous task, she has recruited several remarkable , insightful attorneys to help with Adnan’s case, and the cases of other incarcerated people whose convictions seem flawed. Perusing recent reviews I note both a superficiality and similarity that suggests a trollmaster at work. I urge you to listen and judge for yourself. If I were wrongfully convicted, I would want Rabia, Susan, and Colin on my legal team!

How many times can you hear the same info in how many ways   (1/5)

Too repetitively one sided repeating the same information over and over. It is very one sided it has never presented the entire prosecutions case. Only picks and chooses what it can argue.

Adnan is innocent. But....   (1/5)

Rabia played a hand against Sword and Scale that was heavy handed and unnecessary. Very disappointed

Haters get a life   (5/5)

If you don’t have the patience or intellect to appreciate the detailed technical analysis of this podcast, then don’t listen to it. There are plenty of CSI level, sensationalistic podcasts out there to listen to instead. This podcast is for legal nerds, and people who want to go deeper than the surface level infotainment that our culture likes to consume.

#FreeAdnan   (5/5)

I mostly just listen to the content surrounding Adnan’s case, but I have tracked a few of the others as well. Rabia, Susan, and Colin do an amazing job highlighting problems with the American legal system and explaining the weirdness that is the law to the layperson. As a fan of both Sword & Scale and Undisclosed, personally I’m ashamed to see all of these trolls and horrible comments polluting the reviews for Undisclosed. So inappropriate. These three do a great job, and if you look at the evidence of the case, it’s clear that Adnan is innocent. Hope that the injustice can be righted soon so that we can finally get #JusticeForHae.

Boring   (1/5)

This is just another monotone, drawn out podcast defending a cold blooded murderer. Adnan is guilty! Also, the host is a racist hypocrite.

UGH!!   (1/5)

Rabia has shown her true colors after the whole sword and scale thing and I no longer support her or anything she does.

Snooze-fest   (1/5)

Don’t waste your time!!!

Podcast Community   (1/5)

The whole community of true crimer’s hates this show for good reason.

This is a must!   (5/5)

I love this podcast and the people who work tirelessly to make!Thank you so much for everything you are all doing!! Please keep it up!

Horrible host/creator   (1/5)

She is a loose social media cannon, quick to call people racists, misogynists, anti-muslim, the list goes on. Loud morons like her take away from real, serious problems we have these days with those very issues. If Adnan is innocent, I feel bad he has such a public embarrassment going to bat for him.

Disappointed   (1/5)

I listened to both Undisclosed and Sword and Scale and I am just disappointed in this whole situation. I will continue to follow Adnan Syed’s case on other avenues.

Me me me   (1/5)

Kinda slow and the hosts talk more about how hard they’re working or they had to use $5 of their own money for documents..... lots of talk of talk about talking about talking about the case and or facts .... moving on

This woman is an idiot.   (1/5)

👎🏼👎🏼👎🏼 Rabia bottom of the barrel. She's a racist troll.

Rabia has gone rabid   (1/5)

She can’t get Adnan out of jail or a new trial so she has lost her mind. She should be held at the same standard as everyone podcaster/celebrity on social media. It shouldn’t matter race, religion or beliefs. She should not be allowed to carry herself the way she is currently.

Typical   (1/5)

You’re just another bitter, angry leftist mired in perpetual victimhood, hatred and ignorance.

Terrible   (1/5)

Hypocritical and full of negative energy, how undisclosed still has sponsors is beyond me.

Troll   (1/5)

This loser is a troll. Seeks to destroy others BC of being offended. We all choose to be offended. Grow up, be professional and get a life. If you don’t like something, ignore it. All of her sponsors should drop her. She’s pathetic!

Quit perpetuating hate and negativity in a world where both are heavily present   (1/5)

Was a fan of this podcast and the host until I saw the host spend more time bashing and actively choosing to destroy another podcast on a (almost) daily basis. I can’t understand working so hard to free someone the host believes to be innocent while using the same platform to hurt/negatively impact another podcast host (rather than recognizing the differences in their personal views and using it as a time to have a mature,constructive discussion about any and all topics to grow individually - as well as growing as hosts of two very successful podcasts).

Terrible podcast   (1/5)

Saying this slowly for the people who actually enjoy listening to podcasts: If you rated and support this podcast, at anything higher than 1 star, at a MINIMUM, you are wasting you’re time. And if you support Rabia.. That makes you a crap person. Do your research. {{ If you’d like to listen to quality podcasting, check out Sword & Scale }}

Nahpassbruh   (1/5)

Too fast and very one sided. On to the next!

Utter biased junk   (1/5)

Not worth the time or bias. Hope this one goes the way of the dodo bird.

Just stop.   (1/5)


Terrible   (1/5)

Another snooze fest about a GUILTY murderer. Adnan did it, get a life, move on.

Couldn’t get through an episode   (1/5)

I tried listening to this, but I couldn’t get through an episode. Just wasn’t a fan. Also, not a fan of the host. I am very much against making sweeping generalizations about a group of people. Also not a fan of being incorrectly labeled and then asked to buy her products on a tweet. Freedom of speech is good. Kindness is good. Labeling people because they choose to listen to something is not good.

Unsubscribed   (1/5)

I used to like this podcast but with Rabia’s comments about Sword & Scale’s fan base is disappointing. I’ve unsubscribed to this podcast.

Spin doctor   (1/5)

Too one sided.

Meh   (1/5)

Probably one of the worst podcasts I’ve ever listened to

Boring and monotonous   (1/5)

Nothing really of value here. Not a fan of her voice and her research doesn’t add up at points. Not my cup of tea.

It was great until..   (1/5)

I loved the podcast until Rabia, an advocate ALL about human/civil rights, went after another podcaster for exercising his first amendment rights on his own podcast and social media. Because I too believe in actions and consequences, I have unsubscribed from the podcast. It’s too bad because I love Colin and Susan, they seem to do all the actual research and work anyway. So to you two I say keep up the good work! Get rid of Rabia and her anti-freedom-of-speech ways and you might see more people come back!

Horrible   (1/5)

Lay off sword and scale

Host is a horrible human being   (1/5)

These people are the kind that celebrated in the streets after 911. Terrorist apologists. Time to target their sponsors.

Adnan is GUILTY   (1/5)

And rabid rabia is a CUNextTuesday!

Stupid   (1/5)

This podcast is terrible so boring and makes no sense. Story line is boring. Rabia has no idea what she’s talking about just a big liar

He’s guilty   (1/5)

Rabias got the hajib on a little too tight. Her boyfriend killed that girl and will die in prison.

I tried   (1/5)

It was ok for a little.... this was terrible. The story teller is a creep

By the way, freedom of speech doesn’t mean freedom of consequences   (5/5)

Absolutely love Rabia and the team and everything they do! Glad to see her standing up for what she believes in. They are all informative and thoughtful. One of my favorites

Podcaster is hypocritical   (1/5)

It’s very hypocritical that the author of this podcast argues for people’s rights but then goes on to bash and take down other podcasts.

Bored   (1/5)

Such a boring podcast. I thought I’d get more details but it’s same as what’s out there.

Talks way too fast   (3/5)

Good info, but Susan talks way to fast, especially for the type of discussion that is supposed to be detail-oriented.

Guilty   (1/5)

The dude is definitely guilty , podcast is lame as well

Terrible don't waste your time   (1/5)

Absolutely fails in all aspects. Very boring and one sided views. Definitely agendas being pushed here. This isn't journalism it is propaganda.

Maybe he did do it!   (1/5)

Honestly, why can’t we all have our own opinions?? Maybe #AdnanDidIt! Everyone is entitled to their own opinion especially when it comes to sideline detectives. You may strongly believe he is innocent, so be it, but you can’t try to ruin an amazing podcast because he disagrees. #moveon #maybehediddoit #maybehedidntdoit

Ugh!   (1/5)

Common and boring!! Be relavent.

Honest hard work with a purpose   (5/5)

Amazing people doing much needed work to correct abuses made by our imperfect justice system. Educational podcast with lives depending on their hard work. All the bad ratings are coming from crybabies who need to blame others for the poor actions of the SnS host. I used to listen that podcast along with many others but I believe actions have consequences, so just go find a new place to listen to 911 calls. It’s not like that joke was making a positive impact on the world with his show anyways.

Loved the Podcast until Rabia...   (3/5)

I loved this podcast until Rabia went after another podcast. Undisclosed is about people’s rights and I find it hypocritical to go after someone for using his First Amendment right to freedom of speech. I love Collin. btw, I’m not a teenager.

Too FAST!   (2/5)

Susan talks so fast. I have a hard time understanding her.

Great listen!   (5/5)

So happy to have found this podcast!! Love it!

Absolutely love this podcast   (5/5)

After Serial season 1 stumbled onto Undisclosed and have loved how smart and well scripted the stories are presented. Insightful in so many ways into the criminal justice system and how challenging it can be to exonerate a wrongfully convicted person when the system either doesn’t care or is too invested. Between Colin’s legal insight, Sudan’s sleuthing, and Rabia’s passion (and beautiful voice) this podcast is a gift.

The case of Adnan Syed   (5/5)

I am absolutely infuriated that Adnan is still in prison. I don’t even understand how this case made it to court with so many holes in it! He is absolutely innocent! No doubt in my mind!

Speaks way too fast   (1/5)

Can that one person slow down when she speaks. It’s super annoying but we like the show...just hard to follow.

Hail!   (5/5)

Queen Rabia’s voice is like butter. Susan and Colin have a way of explaining an entire thought without dumbing it down and still narrating it so a non attorney can understand, imo. This whole thing is incredibly emotional, thoughtful, and hugely informative.

Intellectual’s podcast   (5/5)

From the first listen I fell for this podcast. It’s truly my favorite (and I have listened to a Lot of podcasts). If you want to learn some things about the law, give a listen. Rabia, Susan, and Collin are bright and passionate. I hope you three continue to bring us Undisclosed for many seasons to come. And I cannot forget Jon! The addenda are awesome 👏🏻. Keep up the excellent work guys!

So fast...   (3/5)

For the first 10 mins I thought the audio speed was sped up.

Adore the show   (4/5)

One star short of five due to Susan’s “speed” talking, drives me mad that I have to repeat anything lengthy she has to say

Wow   (5/5)

It’s crazy that people will go so far as to embarrass themselves bc they want to be involved in any kind of drama or any kind of situation that makes people “take a side.” I wonder if any of you fully look into the situations you’re desperately trying to be a part of.I’m sure if you did,it would be with good intentions right?Most of us are trying to be good people.So then why would you support ignorant behavior from anyone? That says you don’t really know what’s going on.I’m sure many of you are teenagers so maybe you’re unable to fully understand what bad behavior actually is.Before you jump on “the bandwagon” bc you want to be part of something,try to be objective.It’s important in life to look at all sides of anything before leaving any comments let alone any outrageous hate filled ones.You don’t want to feel shame In 4 years when you’re an adult bc you didn’t understand what you were commenting about.Anyone and everyone can see what you’re saying so leave out the ignorant rhetoric and choose your words carefully.

Thank you   (5/5)

This podcast has been great in getting into a deeper review of Adnan Syed’s case. Good work.

Great updates   (5/5)

I really appreciate the open discussion between the group. Quite easy to follow.

Don’t Bother   (1/5)

He is 100% guilty and just won’t admit it. Let’s be real here. A waste of time.

So so fassttt   (2/5)

I tried to listen to this podcast because I am fascinated by the case, but I couldn’t understand half of what was being said. Host talks so fast you can barely keep up!

Ignore bad reviews from Sword & Scale fans. Shameful behavior.   (5/5)

I am ashamed to see “fans” of another podcast — another podcast that I also enjoy — deliberately spamming Undisclosed with bad reviews because they are angry about political issues and the decisions of the company Wondery and Mike Boudet who runs Sword and Scale. This is grotesque behavior and needs to be pointed out. I love Undisclosed AND Sword and Scale, and this spamming is totally inappropriate — especially when these spammers claim to care about “free speech” while lying freely about a podcast they have decided to target. Talk to Wondery and Mike — they are the ones actually in control. I am also capable of understanding that the issues surrounding the shutdown of Sword and Scale are complicated, and Mike Boudet, NOT the Undisclosed team (or the Generation Why team for that matter — the other podcast they have decided to spam with bad reviews), have control of the Sword and Scale podcast and its employees. Talk to Wondery. Talk to Mike. Mike fired his own people. Don’t post bad reviews about other podcasts to which you have obviously never listened or (even more petty and pathetic) scream that prisoners fighting wrongful convictions are “just guilty” and to “get over it.” How disgusting from people who claim to care about issues of justice! Targeting prisoners fighting important ongoing legal battles because these people are upset about a podcaster’s personal political issues (I am talking about Mike)?! In an especially ironic twist they pretend to be upset about “free speech” while spamming a podcast they have never listened to in an attempt to shut down the podcast. Is that “free speech?” Undisclosed is focused on wrongful convictions, specifically the case of Adnan Syed, and the idea that people who care about “justice” are also lashing out at a wrongfully convicted prisoner who has nothing to do with the issues that led to the shutdown of Sword & Scale is just so appalling. To what depths? Seriously? Undisclosed is a superb, in fact remarkable, podcast that has actually impacted the real world (very, very few podcasts can claim that honor truly). It has focused primarily on the famous murder case discussed in the world-famous Serial (the tragic disappearance and murder of the bright and lovely Baltimore high school student Hae Min Lee). The hosts go into great detail about the legal issues in the case, and the lawyers who have devoted so much of their very valuable time to this case are both brilliant lawyers and incredibly generous human beings who are committed to justice for *every person* impacted by our legal system. This is something to celebrate and incredibly honorable; this is not something to shut down in a tantrum.

Save your time and google the story   (1/5)

👎 I would give it zero stars if I could. Just google what’s going on save hours of your life being bored

Exceptional Podcast!   (5/5)

This podcast is one of the best out there, if you're interested in True Crime. They do meticulous research on their cases, are incredibly knowledgeable, and unbelievably thorough. Literally some of the smartest people in podcasting. Sword and Scale fans are attacking this podcast and one of it's hosts here, which is terrible. Don't believe any of the one star reviews, this podcast is exceptional. I've been a listener since the beginning, and continue to be impressed with each and every season. Keep up the amazing work, Rabia, Susan and Colin!

Awesome   (5/5)

Great job!

Guilty   (1/5)

Adnan is obviously guilty

Great show   (5/5)

Don’t let these sword and scale losers affect you.

Terrible   (1/5)

I usually just quietly unsubscribe from a podcast I don’t like but since you feel the need to voice your opinion about free speech on others.... I find this podcast hard to listen to and boring.

Amazing!   (5/5)

I love it! They worked out the kinks and have made a great podcast!!

Amazing   (5/5)

This podcast is incredible. Rabies, Colin and Susan and simply amazing human beings. 10/10 would recommend. (Ignore the sword and scale hate. It’s biased and does not represent this podcast at all 🙄)

Snooze   (1/5)

Boring. Her voice puts me to sleep and she’s annoying.

Terrible   (1/5)

You are a petty jealous vengeful woman who thrives on hate. Shame on Wondery for supporting creators who tell lies in an effort to defame fellow creators on their network.

Boo   (1/5)

How dare you all do that to the show of sword and scale ! His show is way better than this crap

Great show   (5/5)

This is a great show. Please excuse the Sword and Scale minions who are giving it 1 star.

Awesome   (5/5)

Serial creates the phenomenon, but Undisclosed took it to the next level.

Adnan’s Case Worries Me   (5/5)

There are too many unanswered questions and too much misinformation in Adnan’s case.

Get over it   (1/5)

Boring lame dull

S&S Supporter   (1/5)

Never subscribed and glad I never did!

SnS RULES!   (1/5)

Too bad, so sad, but he’s guilty.

I’ve Re-Listened 4 Times   (5/5)

I first became a fan of Sarah on This American Life. I remember getting excited every time I saw her name on the next story...there were only three people from that podcast/show that I felt that way about! Now I faithfully wait for new episodes on the meantime I re-listen to each season. What are you guys working on for next season?!?!?!

Free speech   (1/5)

Sorry, can’t listen to anyone who doesn’t support free speech. You should be ashamed of yourself

Censorship   (1/5)

Podcasting is a world amongst itself but one where the individual can and should be able to produce their content freely. Free speech is dead because of others ...and you know what I mean. I have unsubscribed on principle even though I really heard good things about this podcast.

Bask in your hatred   (1/5)

IMO your hateful lynch mob mentality will backfire on you. Whatever you put out into the universe comes back to you 3.

Pretty Bad   (1/5)

This one’s pretty bad! I can’t get past the fast talker. Not that I can’t keep up, it’s just annoying to listen to. This podcast seems completely unpolished and from the hip.

Amazing show!   (5/5)

This is the best show on iTunes! So interesting to hear such qualified and passionate attorneys talking about contemporary legal challenges and hard cases with such depth. Everyone should listen!

Interesting Cases and Investigations   (5/5)

I love this pod more than Serial. If the cops, prosecutor and Adan’s old lawyer had integrity, this would have been a different story. It’s sad there are so many people wrongfully convicted through deceit. This pod exposes so many flaws about our justice system. Wouldn’t wish that on the worst trolls on here :p

Horrible people   (1/5)

The people that produce Undisclosed decided to create unnecessary controversy against another podcaster causing one of my favorite podcasts to sensor and eliminate their host. I won’t be a listener anymore!

Comprehensive   (5/5)

This podcast is the complete story of the Hae Min Lee case and includes substantive info not represented in Serial. The hosts are people with whom I’ve developed a deep respect and admiration. Prepare for your mind to be blown. I’ve been listening since the first episode dropped and should have written a review before now!

Joke   (1/5)

Dudes a joke!!!!!!🖕🏾

:/   (1/5)

Tried your podcast about a year ago and didn’t come back because it wasn’t very good. Now you’ve decided to cancel my favorite podcast...? Why don’t you stay in your own lane and not be so butthurt. Jesus

ADNAN is GUILTY   (1/5)

Eat a bowl of dicks Rabia.

Boycotting!!   (1/5)

Thanks for ruining my favorite podcast.

Adnan’s guilty   (1/5)

He did it, quit it already. Horrible podcast horrible “docuseries”. Very exploitative of a girl who was murdered and her family that wants peace and justice.

Don’t waste your time.   (1/5)

I have attempted several times to listen to this podcast & understand why anyone would recommend it. Each time I’m more disappointed than the last so this just a PSA for those of you trying to find something new & worthy to binge. If you enjoy biased hosts, needing subtitles for a podcast & literally boring yourself to death then you are in the right place!

Very difficult to listen to and follow   (2/5)

As important and interesting as the content of this podcast is, I find it nearly impossible to listen to. Susan Simpson needs to slow her talking way down!!! I can hardly understand the jumble of words that fall out of her. Susan Simpson’s inability to verbally communicate in a clear voice that is decipherable is doing a great disservice to the urgent issue of wrongful conviction.

Don't waste your time...   (1/5)

Sword and Scale is better. Always will be.

Terrible   (1/5)

Hurt feelings Robby

Perfect for Serial Season 1 fans   (5/5)

Great deep dive into the case from Serial’s season 1, granularly sifts through the minutia of the evidence, testimonies, and everything pertaining it. Although could be a miss for those who haven’t listened to Serial first or have some previous familiarity with the case. This is the perfect follow up.

Love this!   (5/5)

Rabia and the others on this podcast have really taken my understanding of the processes in play to another level. I really appreciate their devotion, particularly to Adnan’s case.

Biased   (1/5)

Who can take this seriously?

Demagoguery at its finest   (1/5)

You guys are really grasping at straws here with one sided and biased information.. Viewers beware. You've just solidifed my belief that is he completely guilty. Thank you!! Also someone needs to learn to enunciate their words.

Keep listening!!!   (5/5)

I’m only writing this because I’m so amused at all the angry folks flipping out on here about sword and scale... I ended up laughing at all their reviews! Remember life is short and lashing out in anger just damages you.

No issues   (4/5)

I think the podcast is good, especially when one of the individuals is a close friend of Adnan. I think Susan talks a little fast but some people do when they are excited or nervous. With any show, you have to give it at least 2 - 3 episodes in before throwing the towel. I like it and I’m going to continue listening to it. I’m still on season 1 at the time of this review.

Absurd   (1/5)

What kind of podcaster feels the need to attack other podcasters instead of just unsubscribing. Pathetic.

These attorneys are amazing   (5/5)

I have so much respect for the work you all have done here. Such an impeccable job and with incredible depth. I cannot believe the Baltimore justice system cannot acknowledge the wrongful conduct of its employees and grant Adnan his rightful freedom. Also, I don’t know why Americans want people to talk like they are recording a commercial for muscle relaxants but I found all three attorneys to be professional, articulate, and poised.

If you geek out going down legal rabbit holes   (5/5)

The this is the podcast for you. Rabia, Susan, and Colin are wonderful, knowledgeable hosts who aren’t afraid to get in the weeds. Because that’s where you find stuff.

Sooooo good!   (5/5)

Very addictive!

Cause of shutting down a different podcast   (1/5)

Used to love this show but since she is one of the people behind getting another favorite podcast of mine (sword and scale) shut down I will no longer be recommending or supporting this podcast or lore. If you don’t like a podcast skip over it, simple as that. Really sad that people stoop so low.

Susan   (2/5)

Susan, I’m a speech pathologist. SLOW DOWN. you are mistarticulating words.

Great podcast but...   (4/5)

Great podcast if you’re into wrongful convictions and the legal process. The hosts are well informed and very knowledgeable. My only thing is I wish Susan would slow down when speaking. It’s hard to understand sometimes when she is making points.

Very informative   (5/5)

Worth the listen! Thank you for your efforts in pursuing justice.

Just plain awful   (1/5)

I listen to A LOT of podcasts and this is a not good. I couldn’t even make it through the first episode. Then, I search to find some more reasons to give it another chance, and instead of finding feedback about the show, there’s a bunch of articles about getting another show canceled. Maybe spend more time working on improving YOUR own show instead of going after others. Just a thought.

Engrossing   (5/5)

I’ve read some reviews about how Susan talks too fast or whatever. Who cares. These are clearly brilliant attorneys who are sharing information to bring justice to people who were wronged. I’ve gone back and forth between going to law school, and listening to this podcast really has me considering it! I love the work these guys are doing, and I hang onto every word! Keep it up! What you do matters!

Hack Liberals   (1/5)

These “journalists “ are so Liberal that you cannot take anything they say serious. Stating that Freddie Gray may have initially run due to Jim Crow laws was pukemaking. Don’t waste your time.

Stick to your podcast and leaves others alone.   (1/5)

As a fellow podcaster and listener, your actions to end another podcast for whatever reasons has consequences farther than your goal. More than the one lost their job and it erodes the freedom of speech / thought. When you get censored one day, know you were part of the reason. I will never support your path and not afraid to speak the opinion to my listeners.

Listen to sword and scale or monstro   (1/5)

They are way better podcasts!

S&S   (1/5)

Unsubscribing....thx for everything...good job on silencing sword and scale. Take care

Done   (1/5)

Unsubscribed and I’ll never listen again. BTW... really liked Susan and Collin.

One of my favs.....   (5/5)

Love Colin and Rabia. Susan SLOW DOWN! I really like the episodes from Philly.

Horrible fact checking   (1/5)

Obviously this podcast is not checking facts and the production is horrible!

Give it up!!   (1/5)

Keep trying to get blood out of a stone ( no pun intended) the original crime was a good story but Rabia futile battle with the acceptance that her Cousin killed his girlfriend gets old QUICKLY!!! Psss. He’s guilty

Garbage   (1/5)

Pure and total garbage.

Boring   (2/5)

Really wanted to like this but I just don’t.

Boring   (1/5)

Snooze fest. He did it. End of story.

Slow. Down.   (3/5)

Some of the podcasters speak so quickly they drop lots of syllables and sometimes whole words. I get it. You’re give lotto formation annur sided about the topic, but it would be better if you told us you’re giving a lot of information and are excited about the topic. I’m going to try to give it another listen, but I’m going to drop it if I can’t listen and have to, instead, rewind and guess.

Eh ...   (1/5)

Eh. This show barely holds my attention, even when speaking on a case that has always been extremely interesting to me. I figured I would get into it, but never really could. I used to have this show as my back up show for when I ran out of better content, but after the attack on Sword & Scale, it’s not even worth the support. Thanks for ruining a good thing...

Amazing what happens   (1/5)

Amazing what happens when a podcast host and creator send her minions to attack another. Maybe she is mad that the justice system and courts don’t agree with her and she needs an outlet to vent frustration, maybe she can’t admit that someone is guilty. Who knows, but tearing down another is very unbecoming

Wack!   (1/5)


Justice for A.S and H.M.L   (5/5)

I love the conversational tone! I wish I had found this when I finished serial! ❤️❤️

Done with this podcast   (1/5)

Spending your time trying to get another podcast cancelled or people fired because you can’t take the competition or you think your important enough that your opinion should dictate what everyone listens too-ridiculous. Get over yourselves

Unfortunate   (1/5)

Tried my best to get into this show. Rabia, is a virtue signaling fraud that tries to silence people she doesn’t agree with and organizes targeted harassment campaigns on social media. It would be embarrassing if it wasn’t so sad.

Horrible show, even worse people   (1/5)

I remember when this show first came out, after about 90 seconds, it gets pretty obvious how this woman is taking advantage of this horrible situation that gained fame from a true journalistic organisation. You pander the audience and take credibility away from Serial, which is the worse part of all of this. Not to mention the extortion game you like to play. Out of principle I will never buy a products that advertises or has ever supported this show in anyway. Including Wondery. I invite all who believe in free speech to join this boycott and demand this disgraceful excuse for a podcast removed!

Boring   (1/5)

Most boring podcast out there.



One sided   (1/5)

It was hard to follow. I’ve listened about these cases a lot. But I truly think everything is very personal to Rabia, borderline unprofessional.

Pathetic.   (1/5)

Worst I’ve heard.

One of go to’s for DEEP true crime   (5/5)

They dig deep on true crime. Looking at the details and fine legal aspects. Well done and for anyone who appreciates the in depth look this is for you!!

Not impressed   (1/5)

Unimpressed with the evidence and investigation

Bullies of freedom of speech. Sword & Scale.   (1/5)

Really? I thought you were better people than that, albeit I never met any of you personally, I did have a sense of respect for each of you and your work. I had been listening to your podcasts since your very first episode, but no longer will I validate anyone who attempts to regulate and/or bully those for expressing their freedom of speech. Why not concentrate on your own work, mind your own business? How would that make you feel as an artist/creator? I live by the Golden Rule, it’s a good one, you should try it. Shame on you. Shame.

Destroying the podcast world   (1/5)

Horrible Copy cats! The only way they get people to listen is by shutting down other podcast

Same old stuff   (1/5)

Blah blah blah say something new

Censorship   (1/5)

Unsubscribing now. I never liked your style of storytelling anyways

Garbage zero stars   (1/5)

Sword and scale is better

Awful.   (1/5)

You’re an awful person

I tried, really   (1/5)

Script reading, speed reading. Meh.

Would rather listen to Sword and Scale   (1/5)

Too bad they were canceled

Listen to paint dry   (1/5)

Started off great but now it’s just going around the same info and thoughts. What’s the point of listening to group think as far as objectively looking at different perspectives? Looking at the same picture with no alternative points of view is like listening to paint dry!

Obvious bias   (1/5)

This woman has been a devoted advocate for Adnan for the last ten years. While I’m not sure if he is innocent or guilty, an unbiased approach to the case interests me a lot more than this.

Unsubscribing   (1/5)

After hearing of the actions taken against the host of sword and scale, I and all my coworkers and friends no longer have our favorite podcast. This is not the platform to be censoring podcasters for speaking out in their own way to have their voice be heard. This world is so full of over sensitive people who make it a mission to take down people who are different, have a different view, or maybe speak in way you find offensive. If you look hard enough, you can find something offensive in everyone, it does not give you a right to decide if someone is worthy or not to be heard. Because of the host of this show and others, a passionate and talented man no longer has a platform to do what he loves, and I no longer have something that makes me happy. I and everyone I know will no longer be supporting anyone who takes it upon themselves to ruin others. This is shameful and childish. I hope those involved take a long hard look in the mirror and realize the gravity of what they have done. They have disappointed many, and will be losing a lot of support.

Pro Censorship   (1/5)

This podcaster promotes censorship. Check out Sword and Scale and a few other Wondery podcasts which were cancelled because of this podcaster. Will never listen to this person again nor will I support their sponsors.

A joke   (1/5)

And these are attorneys? Whether or not I think Adnan is guilty, they are so biased it hurts to listen to. Hearing the recent coverage of the HBO doc was the last straw. They just speculate and call it solid fact. As a true crime fan, this is a joke.

Too much rambling!   (1/5)

Couldn’t stand her voice! And Rabia ruined my favorite podcast Sword and Scale! Loser go worry about your own successes and not ruin the individuality of someone else’s

Silencing the masses   (1/5)

I can’t believe what you have done to Wondery and Sword and Scale, it’s disgusting!! If you don’t like what he’s putting out, don’t listen to it! There are THOUSANDS of people who have supported Sword and Scale, and shame on you for your part in taking him down. I was happy to support Undisclosed but now I will be unsubscribing and telling everyone I know. Shame on you Rabia.

Stop censorship!!!!   (1/5)

I am unsubscribing for all of Aaron Manke’s podcasts. I advise you to do the same. We can not condone a few to make the decisions of what the masses can listen to. Who died and made you the PMRC? I am an adult, capable of making my own decisions, thank you very much. I CHOOSE to listen to Sword and Scale, and sometimes Monstruo. Both are adult themed, as I am well aware, and I CHOOSE to listen. On occasion, I have been known to stop listening to an episiode of Monstruo, because I thought it was too intense. It is my right to make that decision, not yours. So, GET YOUR GRUBBY HANDS OUTTA MY EARS!! P.S. if I subscribed to Undisclosed, I would unsubscribe from it to. Rabia Chaudry is Aaron Manke’s partner in grime!

God awful   (1/5)

Horrible / cringeworthy podcast. They also try to impose their politically correctness on all.

Lame   (1/5)


Dry and boring   (1/5)

I wanted to like this podcast but she’s so boring and dry. I’ve tried to come back to it, but can’t get over the lack of engaging content. I also find the host to be somewhat pretentious. Not worth the time.

Love   (5/5)

Excellent content.

Show is garbage.   (1/5)

Host has zero sense of humor. search “sword and scale” for the greatest podcast ever. The host of sword and scale might tell a joke that’s offensive to you (if you have no sense of humor), but at least he hasn’t spent his whole life telling lies to get a murderer set free.

I no longer respect this host   (1/5)

I am a sword and scale fan, your personal beef with the host made me no longer a fan of any of your work

Perfect   (5/5)

I first came to Undisclosed after Serial, which was perfect. Serial left me with so many questions that Undisclosed answered. However, I’ve stayed on as a subscriber because the work they do to educate us about the criminal justice system is important and necessary. Highly recommend this podcast to anyone. Thank you Rabia, Colin, and Susan for all the time and effort!

One sided   (2/5)

This is a completely one sided point of view. I went into this looking for a deeper dive in what serial did, however, this loses all of that charm. Serial left you to decide and kept you guessing. This is a scorn family member trying to hard to prove her point and only her point.

Wasted time listening   (1/5)

Overly biased and self serving. Better shows out there.

You’re disgusting   (1/5)

Nobody listen to this podcast the people who run it like to tear down and destroy their competition. They slander names and start smear campaigns to get what they want. They are disgusting human beings and should have their podcast taken down just for the fact that they like to get others taken down because “they don’t like what was said”. F*** you guys and F*** anyone who supports your podcast

TERRIBLE   (1/5)

Terrible content and even worse host

Downfall of the Podcast   (1/5)

Thanks for chiseling away at the first amendment and being close-minded. Thanks for ruining the entire industry of the podcast world as we know it. Unsubscribe to Lore and Undisclosed. Show your support for Sword and Scale.

Complete crap.   (1/5)

Sword and scale was the best crime show out there!!!! Your show will never compare 👎🏼👎🏼 Some people can never be satisfied with others success....pathetic 😡

Garbage   (1/5)

This podcast is trash. Anti free speech garbage.

Crap   (1/5)

Go listen to sword and scale!!!! So much better than this crap.

Aweful   (1/5)

Listen to serial for a interesting story about Adnan but avoid this. The producer is involved in forcing censorship and driving out actual well produced podcast from the Wondery platform. Do not support those who support deplatforming other podcasters because they can not produce a decent podcast themselves.

Horrible podcast   (1/5)

Sword and scale is so much better than this trash!

We get it   (1/5)

I used to be into this podcast and a lot of what she did but at this point her “everyone that doesn’t agree with me is a horrible person” mentality is just annoying.

Worst - 0 stars!!!   (1/5)

You are the reason EVERYONES favorite podcast is shutting down!! You are just upset yours is not NEARLY as good as theirs!! Don’t listen! Worst podcast EVER!!!!!

Boring   (1/5)


Disappointed   (1/5)

Why can’t we all get along? So I’m listening to one of my very favorite podcast, Robia should know which one... I don’t like bullies and I don’t like when people try to censor others they don’t agree with. I hope other listeners find out what you did! It’s a shame! No longer subscribe to this show!

Support Sword and Scale!   (1/5)

Support sword and Scale. The best crime podcast out there.


Like a normal person, since I no longer like this podcast, I will unsubscribe and not listen. 🤘🏻out...

Snooze! Serial knockoff.   (1/5)

I found this podcast extremely boring/annoying. It’s all second hand information. It was hard for me to get through the podcast due to the main female narrators voice. She speaks way too fast and is just spewing what serial or news has already told us. I kept waiting for new info and it was never presented. Sorry, but don’t waste your time.

Enough already   (1/5)

Used the like the podcast - until one of the hosts made it her mission to lead a hate campaign against another podcaster who disagreed with her opinion about Adnan’s innocence. Based on yesterday’s court ruling, he’s not alone.

Rabiya is annoying   (1/5)

I wish mike Budet What’s the host of this

Snoozefest   (1/5)

I listen to MANY podcasts. This is one of the worst. Great for sleep therapy but otherwise nothing interesting going on here...

Bye bye bye   (1/5)

Looks like what you did to someone else might be coming back to bite you on the butt. Free speech is free speech, period. If it were personalized then there would be no free speech. Everyone deserves a space in this realm of podcasts with their own platform. Personally, I find this whole ordeal and bash fest against S&S to be incredibly childish and annoying, erasing your own credibility. Sorry, but no.

Lousy.   (1/5)

Lousy show. Lousy host. Case closed.

Extremely boring and biased   (1/5)

Not worth the time

Trash podcast   (1/5)

Trash podcast from a Nazi

Seriously   (1/5)

Is it really necessary to attack another podcast. Who are you to control what is we can and cannot hear. I know it doesn’t matter but I’m done with undisclosed.

Boycott Undisclosed, makers are fascists!   (1/5)

Boycott Undosclosed, its makers are fascists! I don’t care what these people have to say, the fact that they lead efforts to silence free speech (agenda against Sword and Scale) is abhorrent, fascist, and disgusting and should have consequences!

Disgusting   (1/5)

Can’t stand a podcast that destroys others! You should be ashamed of yourself for destroying another’s lively hood! I will never listen again!

No more!   (1/5)

I used to listen to this podcast and enjoy it. It has became unlistenable in the last few cases though and I kept listening hoping it would get better, but since I have now found out that Rabia and her cohorts have engaged in behavior encouraging the censorship of Mike Boudet and his podcasts I will now unsubscribe to this one. You all should be ashamed! I hope enough people unsubscribe and you lose your podcast as well. Goodbye!!

Sword and scale was amazing   (1/5)

Really upset that you had something to do with sword and scale being taken off of Wondery. The story telling was amazing and the staff and host were incredible. Far better than what you are able to do. It is unfortunate that you would work toward the demise of another podcast, podcaster, and business associate. No more Undisclosed for me. I choose to scroll over things I don’t like, not fight against them.

These SJWs like censorship   (1/5)

Move along from these NAZIs. Not worth your time.

Your unjust   (1/5)

Used to subscribe. but after hearing how you shut out another persons voice all because you don’t agree with them. I can no longer follow such an unjust person. Wish I could vote no stars.

Disappointment   (1/5)

I have to unsubscribe because of the current drama that is going on with this podcast channel and another one I listen to. If I wanted drama I would stick to a drama channel on YouTube.

Better than Sword & Scale will ever be   (5/5)

I would never have heard of this show if it weren't for Mike Boudet's hysterical tantrums where he mentions Rabia, so thanks for that. The only thing more entertaining than Undisclosed are the tears of triggered Mike Boudet sycophants who cry about free speech without actually comprehending the first amendment.

Absolutely terrible   (1/5)

The creator of the show has a regular Lee engaged in the suppression of free speech and should not have a Podcasts on this platform. No one should support the show and I certainly Will not

Stop Censorship   (1/5)

I am unsubscribing from this show due to the campaign of destruction against sword and scale. Let speech and choice stand on its own. Mind your own business

Don’t support this podcast!   (1/5)

I am deleting this podcast and anything else you put out. You can’t run good entertainment away just because you don’t like it. You just ruined that for a whole bunch of people. If you don’t like a podcast or what someone is saying....don’t listen. There is freedom of speech and art. It is disgraceful what you have done. Because of you, I have lost many podcasts that I love and something I look forward to every single week. I will no longer listen to anything of yours. It’s sad that it came to that. I hope so many people do the same that it shuts you down.

Thanks!   (1/5)

You are part of the problem in this world! Free speech is just that free you don’t like what is said or how it is said then move on don’t try to censor what I have a right to hear! I will never subscribe to anything related to your company, podcast or anything else having your name attached to it! Taking down S&S is just your jealousy coming out! Your judgement will come in the end!

No   (1/5)

Can’t stand this woman or her need to act above others. Not a voice for podcasting either.

Season 3   (5/5)

I am enjoying this podcast. The 3 of you have great voices to listen too.

Terrible Show   (1/5)

Love Serial and Truth and Justice. Used to kinda like this one, but now I hate this show. Susan and Colin are both smart, but Rabia not so much. The only reason she’s successful is her connection to Adnan. Full stop. Her righteousness is sickening. She also seeks to censor podcasts by hosts she finds offensive, which is disgusting. Should be ashamed of herself. No self-respecting attorney should crush free speech. She can justify her actions all she wants, but I can think of no legitimate reason to run campaigns against other podcasters (unless they are child molesters). Seriously, it makes me sick. You have lost all credibility. I would email your sponsors and post inflammatory remarks on Twitter to ban your show, but I’m not a weirdo.

Your mouth is moving but not saying anything   (1/5)

If like self important smug people who love echo chambers then this show’s for you

Boring and monotonous.   (1/5)

Found this show to be extremely boring compared to other true crime podcasts.

Arrogant host   (1/5)

The hosts arrogance is palpable

Free speech is not in this podcast   (1/5)

If your looking for a podcast worth listening to where free is not an issue listen to Sword and Scale.

Sword and Scale   (1/5)

You guys are awful. Mind your own business like we were taught as children. I will never support your podcast again. Grow up!

S&S   (1/5)

What’s going on with this podcast? Why is this dude so mad?

This ain’t it chief   (1/5)

Had a spark when they started, but now they just garbage.

So much for free speech   (1/5)

You are a bully Rabia. Way to go. Hope you like that you got your way silencing Mike.

Not sure it’s worth that one star   (1/5)

I thought the original podcast was okay, decent information, so on, so forth. Then you find out the creator decides to freak out over a meme that was meant to be funny that another podcaster shared and get said podcast shut down—sorry I’m not into that kind of socialist behavior. Simply because you don’t agree with what a meme said, scroll past it like every other person in the world. But no, let’s start a mob...over a meme...

I don’t like listening to bias...   (1/5)

...especially when delivered poorly. Pass.

Trash   (1/5)

You’re trash

SJW   (1/5)

This is terrible. Sword and Scale is far superior

You should be ashamed   (1/5)

You participated ending something that gave people joy. BTW I had never even heard about your podcast

Living off Serial   (1/5)

Not good at all.

Your show   (1/5)


Horrible   (1/5)

This show’s agenda is to shut down and censor better podcast. Please boycott this podcast, they promote censorship and undermine freedom and free speech. Very dull show, no wonder they feel threatened

SJW Crap   (1/5)

This woman destroys lives for not towing the party line. She deserves nothing but your contempt.

Promising, but ...   (1/5)

I liked the show, but Jon Cryer is painful to listen to for me. So much so that I had to stop listening to this pod.

I really wanted to like it   (2/5)

I am in the camp of having no idea if Adnan is guilty so I thought I would enjoy the content but it was overshadowed by how annoyed I got with the hosts. Susan’s voice, cadence, and tone was like nails on a chalkboard; specifically during the second hearing update episode. Her tone was so inappropriate for a hearing about a gruesome murder that I had to stop listening. It’s also difficult to take Rabia serious for all her admitted bias, but at least her voice was ok. Collin is probably the best of the three but that doesn’t say much.

Couldn’t follow   (1/5)

Found myself tuning it out, wasn’t interesting enough maybe it was the story telling.

Not very good   (1/5)

Unorganized....just loose ends Ana speculatiom.

Bullying Is Unacceptable   (1/5)

Unsubbing after years of having been subbed for years. Chaudry, I’m disgusted by you. I urge others to search for what you and “Lore” have done to other podcasters, including bullying them and their associates to the point of having to quit their long-running podcasts. You’re an embarrassment to women, and an embarrassment to the podcasting community.

Waste of time if you’ve listened to serial   (1/5)

Silencing S&S will not make your podcast any better.

Rabia is the worst.   (1/5)

Rabia is the worst. She is so narrow minded and her point of view is so skewed she is unlistenable!

Lame!   (1/5)

Don’t waste your time. Sword and Scale was much better!!

Politics NOT necessary   (1/5)

This podcast is supposed to be about justice and law and looking at evidence with an unbiased view. Not about calling the President of the United States a liar. I will never listen again.

Like it   (3/5)

Several good seasons; this one is going off the rails a bit!

Camden Corruption   (5/5)

Great podcast I’m glad to hear someone make light of the corruption of Camden county everyone knew or had heard of Bill Smith corruption but most didn’t talk about the Amanda Williams it the Mill.

Very good Detailed information   (5/5)

I honestly find this whole story maddening. From Adnan’s birthdate changed, Hae’s autopsy report and then there is Jay. I’m so far into this case now that I can’t stop listening. It’s so good but sad because it’s real life. Not fiction.

A much needed podcast   (5/5)

The topics are controversial so there will of course be people who are turned off by them, but these topics are necessary and I am learning a lot and expanding my own mind by hearing how the UD3 process the info.


This podcast seems really interesting! I wish I could say more about it, but Susan and Colin swallow every other syllable, Rabia swallows every third syllable, Susan talks like she’s been mainlining espresso, and none of them enunciate. “I blog asplit the moon.” (She blogs AT Split the Moon.) “The prisoners there had starred listening to Undisclosed.” (Started. They STARTED listening.) And I am a native English speaker! Also, Susan: Goo-TYEH-res, NOT Goo-dee-err-es. THREE syllables, not four. Dear goddess.

“...For Straight Up Fairness!”   (5/5)

Prayers of Protection, Strength and Justice!!!

Good and bad   (5/5)

Great hosts with interesting cases. Some will keep you hooked and some are just kinda boring. The boredom is not the hosts fault it’s just that some cases can get boring.

The Best of the Best   (5/5)

This podcast is so brilliant. There is incredible respect shown for everyone involved, and a sense that all three of the investigators truly care about justice. Susan Simpson is absolutely incredible. She is my new hero. I don’t fathom how she is able to do all of the work for the cases involved in this podcast and have any other job at all. Frankly, I have come to adore her style of narration.

Great show   (5/5)

Love it

Slow down your speech   (3/5)

Love the storyline. Really annoyed by the rapid speech. I would think that an attorney would have more clear and slow speech, especially when reading from a script.

Never Ending Story   (1/5)

I feel like this podcast has been going on forever. Please wrap it up.

Great source   (5/5)

This podcast is a great source for info in regards to the cases they are investagating. Keep up the good work!

Fantastic   (5/5)

Gripping, interesting & captivating.

Love this!   (5/5)

Been searching and searching for more info on the Adnan Saayed Case... and now I get ALLLLL the info!

Garbage   (1/5)

Just the way Rabia says her name is infuriating.

Excellent deep-dive!   (5/5)

The folks at Undisclosed really know what they are talking about. If you are tired of 40 minutes of TV content that never tells the whole story and want to get down to the real legal and investigative issues of a case, check out Undisclosed. A smart podcast for smart people who want to hear and discuss ALL the facts and maybe even get some justice for some folks.

One of my favorite podcasts   (5/5)

I found Undisclosed after listening to Serial about the Adnan Syed case. I wasn’t disappointed. Susan and Colin are fantastic. They explain each point of the case law in a way that even us non law people can understand. Susan’s attention to even the smallest detail is amazing. The only disappointing element is that often the listener doesn’t know if there was any change in the outcome. This isn’t the podcast’s fault however. It’s the result of a maddeningly slow criminal justice system.

Best of the best.   (5/5)

Straightforward, not flashy. This is podcasting at its most basic and best. Good production and the best hosts.

Good content, awful sound.   (2/5)

Content is good but the mouth noises and terrible editing makes it unlistenable. Please learn how to talk into a mic, edit out breaths and mouth clicks, and stop sighing so much.

One of the best podcasts out there   (5/5)

I love this podcast. It is both interesting and educational. Whether or not you are interested in criminal law or criminal justice, this podcast is a must listen. The hosts (Colin Miller, Susan Simpson, and Rabia Chaudry) are brilliant and have clearly done their research. I could listen to them all day every day.

Great   (5/5)

One of my favorite podcasts

One of the best!   (5/5)

I love Rabia, Susan and Collin. I’ve been listening since the beginning and I’m a fan for life. A huge fan of the 45th as well. I appreciate the work you all put into these episodes. Keep up the good work.

Generation WHY is way better!   (1/5)

Good idea here, but poorly executed. Listen to 2 friends who do the same thing WAY better on Generation WHY! -Rachael

Great!   (5/5)

Full of info to keep your attention. I'm listening to Season 3 now....really enjoying it. I like the different narrators; the transition could be better. Either way, I love it!!

SO MANY ADS!!!!!   (4/5)

I've only listened to Season 3 so far. The number of ads you get, PER EPISODE, is astounding. Outside of that, the information they are giving is pretty interesting. At times it feels like they are turning something small into a big deal just to creat an episode, which I'm not a fan of. I like have background information to put things in context, but at times it goes too far. Also, sometimes they will read transcripts as the characters in the story, but give no preface to this. You'll just all of sudden hear Rabbi or Susan reciting lines from an interview or court transcript as someone else. Not everything they deliver is always clear and concise. All that said, I have an hour drive to work every day and I find this enjoyable to listen to. I'm sure as time goes on and they get the money from all those ads, things will improve :) *NOTE: This is not Serial! Serial is a STORYTELLING podcast. That's what Sarah K does for a living. This is a true crime podcast diving into the FACTS of what happened. Yes Rabbi is biased, she believes Adnan is not guilty. But she actually gives people the benefit of the doubt. When they uncover all the wrong doings of the police, she doesn't say "They are out to get him, it's a set up". She simply points out that it's not protocol and very strange for the police to be doing that.

Thorough investigations   (4/5)

I really appreciate the deep dives the teams have done on the various cases. The sound production is excellent. I don’t particularly enjoy the addendum episodes, so generally don’t listen to those unless I have particular question on an episode I think will be addressed in the addendum. Rabia’s delivery is PERFECT. Colin is very matter of fact, but not in an unappealing way. Susan speaks way too fast most of the time and her delivery tends towards the sing-songy, but can be overlooked because of the quality of the writing.

Shame   (1/5)

Listened to this podcast from the first episode, it started off pretty good. It was mostly what I was looking for as a true crime fan. However, I could no longer stomach the political propaganda so I took my leave. Just wanted a well done true crime show, not another political commentary. Disappointed.


Mildly interesting and sad story. Listening to the fast talking northern woman mimic blackpeople of South Georgia is nauseating

Totally lame   (1/5)

Terrible, weedy, disorganized and frankly boring.

Slow down!   (1/5)

The content of this podcast is great. However, the hosts have a strange dialect whereby they speak so fast they completely skip over syllables. This is extremely difficult to follow. The brain is trying to fill in the missing sounds and can't follow the content. I've had to punt other podcasts for the same reason. I haven't listened to this season since the first episode...too hard to track what they're saying. I'm going to try the latest episode to see if they have slowed down enough to enunciate each word.

Interesting   (5/5)

Interesting glimpse into the legal system. These 3 offer a great breakdown of the system, processes, and the nooks and crannies of cases.

Interesting   (4/5)

I like the podcasters and the content. Although I like digging deep into stories, this podcast can get really deep and be a bit hard to keep up with the story at times. But overall, I really like it. Got here from Serial, which is a bit easier of a listen.

Activism meets entertainment   (5/5)

Love this podcast. Activism meets entertainment.

Great   (5/5)

Great in depth well informed podcast. Love it.

Must-listen for social-justice minded folks   (5/5)

Rabia, Susan, and Colin dive deep into cases in which there is a good likelihood that the criminal justice system has failed someone. They examine cases from a variety of angles and should be commended for the breadth of diversity in the cases they cover. Definitely worth listening!

Amazing Podcast   (5/5)

The undisclosed team does a great job of researching all the facts of a case, and explaining everything.

Amazing info and storytelling   (5/5)

I love this podcast! I’ve been following since the first episode, and I can’t wait for each episode. The way each case is presented so meticulously and is so full of in-depth legal information is great. I learn a lot from listening. Thanks Rabia, Susan, and Colin!

Absolutely top shelf   (5/5)

This is absolutely one of the best wrongful conviction investigation podcasts out there. The legal perspective and expertise of Rabia, Susan, and Colin is fantastic. If god forbid I was ever in a real serious jam, these three would be the ones I’d want consulting on my case.

Good quality investigative podcast.   (5/5)

I’ve listened to every season and always enjoy it.

Thank you!   (5/5)

Thank you each for all of your hard work and dedication to the truth! I love this podcast!!! Like most I followed the Adnan story and still follow it and all of the cases that Rabia, Susan, and Colin post. Please continue your amazing hard work! By the way Sarah Koenig, when you say your going to put out a podcast season please do it when you say your going to release instead of keeping everyone in the dark. I think she could learn a lot from Undisclosed.

Smart people, great reporting   (5/5)

This podcast is always interesting; watching it evolve and grow from its “Serial-companion-pod” roots into a fascinating series covering wrongful conviction and public-interest cases has been wonderful. The season on the death of Freddie Gray is a standout. Definitely recommended.

The Real, real!   (5/5)

I listened to Serial. At the end of Serial, the white girl said, and I'm paraphrasing "His conviction had nothing to do with his Race or religion..." When talking to the man/then teenagers conviction! I vowed NEVER to listen to her again. And then I clicked on UNDISCLOSED! And I got the real, real story, and information about the case, from professionals, and I'm hooked, b/c truth always grasps me... Thank you Undisclosed, for doing the real, real work!

Important   (5/5)

The work that Undisclosed does is so important. I look forward to it every week and have become a big fan of the addendum as well. And will definitely become a patreon to get some bonus episodes. Keep up the great work!

Legally educational   (5/5)

As a paralegal I appreciate how they analyze the issues but it’s also very informative. They’re not overly complex and they tell good stories in lay terms.

Content good but   (2/5)

Speakers are pretty bad. Female talks too fast and with a horrible tone hard on the ears.

I love this podcast and I’ve been a long time listener.   (5/5)

A couple years ago I really got into this podcast and through this podcast I got exposure to a cause I’ve become so passionate to learn more about. The cast is amazing!

Love this podcast!   (5/5)

I’ve been listening since season one and loved them all. The thoroughness of the team’s research and knowledge really helps you understand the intricacies of each case.

Brilliant, thoughtful, rare   (5/5)

This podcast and it’s creators are dedicated to getting it right! I’ve been listening for years, and am increasingly grateful to this team’s dedication to excellence. They dig deep to find compelling cases, investigate relentlessly, research the law thoroughly, somehow make the law comprehensible, masterfully tell the story... They bend the arc towards justice. Rabia, Susan, and Colin - We’ve never met but you’ve impacted me and I’m sure many more.

Great story, terrible story telling   (2/5)

All 3 narrators have the most annoying voices. Especially the guy. I have to fast forward all the segments where he’s talking. It isn’t very well produced, not well scripted and never manages to fully grab your attention.