The podcast stars the voices of Corey Stoll, Monica Raymund, and Reid Scott.
Per Deadline, the ever industrious Dick Wolf and his production company, Wolf Entertainment, have another series to add to their resume. Dark Woods, a scripted podcast that is produced by Wolf Entertainment, has been selected to be the next long-form podcast that is making the jump from audio to television with Universal Television developing the series. This move is following in the footsteps of other successful podcasts that jump to the small screen such as Dr. Death, which stars Joshua Jackson, Sam Esmail's Homecoming, and Bravo channel's adaptation of Dirty John starring Eric Bana and Connie Britton, for which Britton received a Golden Globe nomination for her performance.
Dark Woods, which launched on November 8, stars the voice talents of Corey Stoll (Ant-Man, House of Cards), Monica Raymund (Chicago Med, Chicago P.D), and Reid Scott. It follows the harrowing story of the discovery of a young volunteer's body in the middle of the California redwood forest. A local game warden and councilwoman, who coincidentally happen to be exes, have to set aside their differences to learn the truth of what really occurred in their state park. The podcast is written by David Pergolini and directed by Takashi Doscher.