Mommy Doomsday podcast

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As a bonus for Mommy Doomsday listeners, we’re sharing a special preview of Killer Role, a new podcast from Dateline NBC and Keith Morrison.   An actress playing a killer in a horror film is so good, you’d almost think she’d done it in real life. Turns out she had… Dateline’s Keith Morrison takes you inside a story where fiction and reality collide. Listen Now to Killer Role: https://link.chtbl.com/kr_dateline_fd   

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Dateline podcastsThe dateline podcasts have interesting stories but the narrator makes my toes curl. Sounds judgemental and not appropriate. He narrates all their podcasts and it’s quite off putting..Score: 2/5

InterestingThis is a very interesting podcast. Narration as always with dateline is great. However, this could have been 3 episodes..Score: 4/5

Loved the story but the narration is awful!A fascinating story which I loved but the narration was awful, sounded like something out of a Disney film rather than a crime story..Score: 3/5

Fantastic narratorI love the narration style, really informative podcast..Score: 5/5

Narrated like a bedtime storyI really wanted to find out more about this case but couldn’t get past the narration style. Not a “story” so once upon a time style narration not appropriate in my opinion..Score: 1/5

Really well toldLooking forward to the court case for this pair..Score: 5/5

Narrator is awfulWas keen to listen but the narration is awful, who is this guy, there are many better narrators than this creep.Score: 1/5

Story is interesting but not a fan or obvious script readingNothing against the actor narrating, it’s more a style thing. I prefer a journalistic, journey sharing format like I’m discovering the story with then presenter. This is another podcast from dateline that rinses and repeats that format. Sorry, it is decent but too scripted for me..Score: 3/5

Amazing host!Unlike other reviewers I love the narration style of this podcast. The story is so fantastical and bizarre but fascinating nonetheless..Score: 5/5

Narration style offCompletely agree with another reviewer, the narration style seems a little inappropriate. It’s not a Disney film or child’s story it’s a real very sad case. No need for such a dramatic narration. However an interesting case..Score: 2/5

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Excellent podcastI have been following the case since Jan 2020 when Lori was still in Hawaii but looking forward to new details. Keith is the best ! Hope they have Nate Eaton on.Score: 5/5

Narrator’s Voice is AmazingI love listening to Keith Morrison’s voice. I could listen to him for hours..Score: 5/5

Good but i can’t deal with the speculation.I really enjoy the story behind this podcast but can’t deal with the constant speculation on the part of the host. saying things like “he was calm during the 911 call”, and constantly directing interviewees with leading questions makes me less compelled by the actual story, which is extremely interesting. how can you report subjective things like the calmness of someone during a stressful event or a persons mood as if it is fact? it’s kind of misleading. i don’t usually leave reviews on podcasts but this was bothersome enough that i had to comment..Score: 2/5

Love the way Keith Morrison tells a story.Like any true “murderino” I love Dateline and all its investigative journalists but, as a fellow Canadian, Keith Morrison is by far my favourite!.Score: 5/5

Very suspicious??Interesting suspenseful and unbelievable. I love the voice. If you’ve ever watched Dateline this is the star and he’s wonderful!.Score: 5/5

Please release all episodes at onceNo other true crime releases episode by episode.Score: 1/5

Keith Morrison Can Do No WrongKeith Morrison is a treasure and the best reporter and storyteller on NBC. As always, he hits it out of the park with this series. If I was allowed one guest to dine with before death, it would be him without a doubt. Anxiously awaiting more episodes.Score: 5/5

Great podcastKeith is perfect for telling this story The story is a terrible tale It could only get worse if she doesn’t get life for what happened to her children.Score: 5/5

Love Keith’s voiceI could listen to this guy read the phone book. Thanks for the great podcast!.Score: 5/5

Luv Keith’s voiceGreat story telling voice ☺️ and enjoying this podcast 👍🏻.Score: 5/5

I have been anticipating thisI have been anticipating a podcast on this story. I am so enthralled that Keith Morrison is the host/storyteller. I love Dateline and I listen to him every night as I fall asleep. #teamcanada.Score: 5/5

Wrong NarratorI like Keith Morrison (he’s Canadian to boot!) but he narrates this true crime like he’s telling a children’s Christmas story. Totally wrong tone and style for the content, makes it hard to listen to..Score: 2/5

Heart wrenching storyIt’s so sad to hear of what someone could do to their children because of false beliefs. Keith Morrison has the perfect voice for story telling.Score: 5/5

Love Keith!Great show❤️🇨🇦.Score: 5/5

Mommy DoomsdayThanks Keith for giving this story life. Charles, Tylee and JJ deserve to be heard to have a voice. Unfortunately Lori thought she had silenced those she saw getting in her way. Justice has a way of catching up with Lori eventually. Bet in all her raving theories she didn’t see the end, well ending like this. Kay and Larry are the heroes in all of this. They got the ball rolling. Thank goodness for good people 🙏🏽.Score: 5/5

I have been waiting for this story to be coveredCompelling storytelling and interviews. I am hooked!.Score: 5/5

Good topic but strange voice guy ruins itThe forced radio voice guy ruins this. I hope he’s not used the entire time? Sounds corny as hell..Score: 1/5

Love Keith MorrisonI’ve been following this story since the beginning and this podcast is just what I needed. RIP Tylee and J.J..Score: 5/5

Don’t botherTerrible host. Voice is painful to listen to.Score: 1/5

AwfulKeith is not the right man to be hosting this type of content..Score: 1/5

Way to many adsGreat story, excellent narrator, plagued with to many ads and the advertisers voice is nails on chalkboards! Would definitely rate higher if it weren’t for the ads..Score: 3/5

The guy narrating it makes it an insufferable experienceThe condescending tone and the unnecessary comments/opinions while he is narrating make this an extremely annoying and insufferable listen. Stick to the facts and details please and stop these little condescending comments in it like “what else could they do”, “they would make it work, they HAD to”, “as a single parent”, “as an AUTISTIC child..”. Awful..Score: 1/5

Great podcastI’m always absorbed into every story and find myself gasping out loud or yelling at my phone. Who knew there was so much evil in the world.Score: 5/5

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Daddy Keith Strikes AgainI’m actually surprised to see that the reviews here show both people who love the narration and those who thought it was downright awful. Now that’s fine, maybe his delivery wasn’t entirely tone-appropriate given the subject matter of this one, but I would never label his eerily soothing grandfatherly serenade as annoying or corny. Maybe a conservative dash of campiness, but that’s why we love the man. This was a wild mystery that I followed on Dateline for some time before this podcast so I was already hooked by the premise and here you are given a comprehensive dive into the totality of the insanity and wide reaching tragedy of it all that comes with the story. The story does feel inconclusive, but that’s the nature of reporting on what is still technically an open case. I do hope to see new mini episodes added down the line to correspond with real life updates on the case, however..Score: 4/5

Bizarre voicingThe only thing more bonkers than the storyline is the decision to use a guy who sounds like comedy backup for NPRs ‘wait wait don’t tell me’ to narrate it. This story is literally about murdered children and the narrator’s intonation alternates between wholesome family comedy and kids bedtime stories. Weeeird..Score: 4/5

UnlistenableThe story itself is interesting but not to the degree that it warrants an entire podcast. The narration is what truly earns it one star. It was so over the top and cheesy, trying to make relatively boring plot points seem like huge unbelievable plot twists. It’s not good story telling and annoyed me so much I don’t think I’ll ever try another podcast from them..Score: 1/5

Cant stop listeningI am loving this! However, some of these people are dense.Score: 5/5

Ohhhhh yeah!Theater of the Mind on steroids? Yeah... this is it!.Score: 5/5

Horrible host, but great storyWow, what a crazy story, but the narrator ruins so much of it. Felt like I was on a Disney ride. Too bad. WAY over the top..Score: 3/5

SensationalistI listened because I had followed this story in the news and wanted to hear a deeper discussion of it. Unfortunately, the writers, producers and host of this podcast treated this story in a very sensationalist manner and did not actually delve far into any issues beyond the headlines. The host came off as cocky and cavalier. At one point in the follow up episode, a producer actually bragged about continually harassing a family until they caved in and granted him an interview. This feels like gross exploitation, not journalism. Do better..Score: 1/5

Compelling case, terrible narration.This was an interesting and compelling case, albeit tragic. The presentation was rather repetitive - seems as though it could’ve been explained succinctly over less episodes. Also, the style of narration was absolutely awful, with weird intonations and inappropriately corny plays on words to add “drama.”.Score: 3/5

Crazy storyI’ve followed this story from day one. Crazy!.Score: 5/5

10/10Love Keith. The most comprehensive/deep(ish) dive into the characters of this strange story that I’ve heard so far. Very sad. But looking forward to follow up episodes regarding updates on when/if anyone will be sent to prison..Score: 5/5

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Keith MorrisonI will listen to anything this man does. I would listen to him read the dictionary. Besides that, what a sad and interesting case. I’m glad that they were eventually brought to justice..Score: 5/5

BlahYou guys need new hosts. Keith’s bumming me out..Score: 1/5

Loved itSo much more information that previously heard.Score: 5/5

MeanderingI love the sound of KM’s voice and I normally love his storytelling, but this was really hard for me to follow. I’m seeing it through but finding it hard to keep the players straight..Score: 3/5

I dressWas a wasw.Score: 1/5

Loved itI definitely would listen to anything this guy narrates, and the story was intriguing. I do wish it had been in more of a chronological order, but it kept my attention..Score: 4/5

I love Lester Holt!Lester Holt has an amazing voice and demeanor. I followed this case when it was in the media and hearing all gritty details was fabulous. Great job!.Score: 5/5

Too slowLost interest halfway through the first episode..Score: 2/5

Narration too opnionatedI wasn’t digging the narrators’ voice the entire time, too much like a maury povich sensationalist tone/show but then when he questions about the multiple lives he is almost laughing. That’s not how top notch true crime podcast interviewers act, it seemed horribly unprofessional. If there was another podcast that does this story in depth I would much prefer to listen to it. This narrator is ruining it for me..Score: 2/5

UghInteresting story but the narration is god awful. Very biased and his disbelief of victims who personally recounted trauma was infuriating. There can be more than one bad person..Score: 1/5

Mormons are nuts from the goNot surprised by any of this, Mormons are crazy MF’er, who think that the men get a planet and lots of sex in the afterlife, sexcults are the best!!!.Score: 5/5

King KeithHe just makes everything great.Score: 5/5

Keith is great!Keith is my absolute favorite host! The man knows how to tell a story! And piecing this story together is complex but very interesting..Score: 5/5

Great coverage of a tragic storyThere is a lot of good coverage of this story in the True Crime community. But, nobody can do it quite like Keith Morrison! So glad he picked this one up. There’s a lot yet left to come..Score: 5/5

RuinedI was just into the third episode but on the news they just gave all the spoilers. So no need to finish....Score: 2/5

Keith Morrison rocks!Keith Morrison is a master storyteller. I am a big fan of true crime stories, well more like the forensic part I don’t really like the crime part.I love the way he weaves together the narrative of the story with poetic imagery of the part of the country where it takes place. I love his voice, it is oddly soothing even during very upsetting narrative..Score: 5/5

Get a new narratorI thought this would be interesting but I couldn’t stand listening to the narrator, like nails on a chalkboard..Score: 1/5

Biased story teller. Do betterNarrator is too opinionated. I wish he told the story in an un-biased manner, especially on the subjects such as the right have weapons in one’s own home.Score: 1/5

Keith Morrison FanI’m pretty much a fan of anything Keith Morrison’s does. He’s got that perfect story telling voice and seems so genuine..Score: 5/5

Keith 😍Need I say more?.Score: 5/5

Keith MorrisonNone hotter than this Don Dada.Score: 5/5

VoiceThis guy could talk the phone book and i’d listen..Score: 5/5

Absolutely Great!Love this podcast! I have no time to seat in front f the TV anymore but now I can listing the show wherever I go :).Score: 5/5

Great story sad endingThey way this was put together was beautiful and as much as the story was sad I’m glad it all got figured out and I would like to hear more story’s like this that didn’t make the headlines..Score: 5/5

Non-sequential time lineThe timeline for the podcast was very frustrating. It was not chronological. It was forwards, then backwards, then forwards, backwards, etc. I kept having to look up a timeline online to follow where we were in the plot. When dateline did the TV version of the podcast, the timeline was sequential and chronological. I don’t know why they couldn’t do it for the podcast..Score: 2/5

Really enjoyed this podcast.I got really hooked on the Cold podcast and was looking for something else to listen to while waiting for the second season. I found this and pretty sure that Keith Morrison’s own review of this is what pulled me in. LOL..Score: 5/5

Keith Morrison - the Orson Welles of crime dramaKeith has a voice that draws you into the story - making you feel like you’re sitting right beside him, fire crackling and a shot of whiskey, as he recounts the misdeeds and evils of others..Score: 5/5

True crime to goKeith Morrison is the best when it comes to drawing listeners into a storyline. He has been by far my favorite narrator. (Mank’s a close second) He’s clear, concise and he weaves the characters and case into a critical thinking exercise with each episode. I’m thrilled Dateline has created these podcasts for true crime enthusiasts on the go!.Score: 5/5

Keith Morrison...is an international treasure and we must protect him at all costs..Score: 5/5

Who is Chad?Tell us more about who Chad is. His background is worth a couple episodes too I’m sure..Score: 3/5

Have some respect for the death of childrenIt’s hard to listen to this as it takes such a cavalier tone. Two kids- one only 16, end up dead. Feels too much like death for entertainment..Score: 1/5

Shocking Story, Classic NarrationOverall great storytelling. Keith Morrison’s voice is oddly comforting throughout a really sad, shocking investigation. I like that they didn’t drag out the episodes, fit well into 6 eps. I love it..Score: 5/5

Keith M.I’ll listen to / watch anything this man does..Score: 5/5

Love it. Love you.I love the narrator. He makes it that much more intense. I’m addicted to this case and he was amazing to be doing a pod cast on it. ❤️❤️.Score: 5/5

LOVEI have no idea why people are hating on the narrator. He seems very educated and is a great interviewer while interviewing the different people. I think his voice is perfect for a true crime podcast. I can’t get enough!.Score: 5/5

“Mormon Rockwell”The puns are so bad!.Score: 4/5

SuccinctVery informative. Gives the timeline and all necessary information. The host/narrator is perfect..Score: 5/5

Who produced this ?Treating this story as if it’s a joke? Producers should be embarrassed. Who the heck ok’d the peppy music over the audio concerning a child killer? Way to break the family’s hearts all over again..Score: 2/5

Narration winBest voice for a podcast. Compelling story.Score: 5/5

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Interesting & infuriatingReally enjoyed the podcast. Hopefully Lori & Chad pay for all the lives they took/ruined..Score: 5/5

What’s with the narrationInteresting and sad story but the narrator is almost comical like should be the voice over of a Will Ferrell movie..Score: 2/5

Could be goodCan’t get past the irritating voice of the narrator to keep listening. Presumably a great story though..Score: 1/5

ConfusedI just can’t. The host is so inappropriate. I feel like I’m waiting for the punchline of a joke..Score: 1/5

ThrilledI’m thrilled to hear Keith’s voice again. I was concerned he may have retired. I am captivated by his voice and narration style..Score: 5/5

Compelling story with the weirdest narration everNarrator is so strange I can’t even describe it. It is equally creepy and condescending. The story is interesting, but it must be sad for the researchers and writers to see their work diminished by this..Score: 3/5

Awful narratorThis is impossible to listen to due to the narrator.Score: 1/5

Terrible narrationI really couldn’t deal with the style of narration. Made it through an episode and a bit..Score: 2/5

Insincere narrationThe jokesy tone of the narration is inappropriate and annoying.Score: 1/5

Why Mommy doomsday?!Clearly both the husband AND wife are implicated. Why does the title imply it’s just her?.Score: 2/5

Loving the narrator!This is an interesting story (I remember following it back in 2019) with an even more interesting narration style that really lends itself to the storytelling. It’s very American / sensationalised and is a brilliant compliment to the tale..Score: 5/5

I’m am not aloneFunny, I came on here to complain about the narration, but I’ve been beaten too it. If I wanted to listen to an audio book I would bought one. This could be an interesting story but the narrator makes it impossible to listen to..Score: 1/5

Narrator is not suited to tell this storyThe way he narrates the story is like it is a big joke and we should all be laughing. This story deserves a more respectful narrator it is very sad and tragic..Score: 1/5

Addictive!I could listen to Keith all day, every day... what a hypnotizing and entertaining storyteller!.Score: 5/5

Mommy DoomsdayKeith Morrison, I loved your narrative. You voice is soothing and smooth, even though the subject matter is so ridiculously crazy. I hope Lori and Chad get locked up for the rest of their lives (or at least until doomsday ...).Score: 5/5

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Mommy Doomsday Podcast Episodes

BONUS: Killer Role

As a bonus for Mommy Doomsday listeners, we’re sharing a special preview of Killer Role, a new podcast from Dateline NBC and Keith Morrison.   An actress playing a killer in a horror film is so good, you’d almost think she’d done it in real life. Turns out she had… Dateline’s Keith Morrison takes you inside a story where fiction and reality collide. Listen Now to Killer Role: https://link.chtbl.com/kr_dateline_fd   

Introducing: Killer Role

The actress Wyn Reed had that powerful combination of charisma, beauty and smarts. She was such a talent that a team of movie producers couldn’t believe it when the 28 year-old Wyn agreed to play the lead — a killer—in their upcoming, small-budget, horror movie. What the filmmakers didn’t know, as they got on location, was that Wyn wasn’t really Wyn. That was all make believe. But the killer part? That was real. This original podcast series from Keith Morrison and Dateline NBC tells a story even Hollywood couldn’t have imagined. 

BONUS: Keith Morrison and Producer Shane Bishop Talk Mommy Doomsday

Ahead of the 2-hour broadcast version of Mommy Doomsday, Keith Morrison sat down with producer Shane Bishop, who details the new content to expect in the episode. You can watch the Mommy Doomsday television episode on demand or on Peacock now.

6 - What Happened to the Children

The six-month search for Lori’s two missing children has followed a trail from snowy Idaho to sunny Kauai and back again. And the question of where the children are is finally answered.

5 - Gone

As the investigation into Lori’s missing children intensifies, she and her new husband leave town. Then another person close to Lori dies unexpectedly.

4 - Somewhere Cold

Lori moves to Idaho,  as mysterious and disturbing events continue to unfold around her and Chad.

3 - He Saw It Coming

A deadly shooting at Lori Vallow’s home brings police to her door. And it wasn’t the first time they’d met.

2 - The Start of Something Big

Lori is drawn to an end-times author. They’re both married to other people. That’s about to change.

1 - Ticking Time Bomb

Lori Vallow was a wife, mother, and beauty pageant contestant. Then people around her started dying. 

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