Marvel’s scripted and unscripted podcasts get Apple Podcasts channel

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Marvel’s scripted and unscripted podcasts get Apple Podcasts channel

In October 2019, it had been announced that Marvel would bring several podcasts exclusively to the SiriusXM and Pandora audio platforms, giving fans access to both scripted and unscripted content supported by hit superheroes and, therefore, the wider Marvel universe. Fast-forward nearly two years, and SiriusXM is back with an update on this effort, noting that it now features a Marvel podcast channel on Apple Podcasts.

SiriusXM announced the expansion today, noting that Apple Podcasts users can now find the Marvel Podcasts Unlimited channel. This is often a premium podcast channel that utilizes Apple’s relatively new podcast subscriptions feature; a number of the content is out there for free of charge, but a subscription will unlock additional exclusives just like the documentary series Marvel’s Declassified.

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The Marvel channel is free, while the Marvel Podcasts Unlimited subscription costs $3.99/month. Assuming you check-in, you’ll get early access to Marvel’s Wolverine: La Larga Noche, Marvel’s first podcast series within the Spanish language. Likewise, subscribers will get early access to the primary two episodes of Marvel’s Wastelanders: Hawkeye, the second installment within the company’s Wastelanders series.

Other future Wastelanders installments, including Doom, Wolverine, and Latrodectus mactans, will also be available early to Marvel Podcasts Unlimited subscribers. SiriusXM and Marvel exclusive audio podcasts within the pipeline for future releases also will be available to those Apple Podcasts subscribers.

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Apple Podcasts is the latest platform to urge access to some exclusive and original Marvel podcasts, joining the likes of SiriusXM, Pandora, and therefore the podcasting platform Stitcher. Other big podcast platforms will access the Marvel/SiriusXM content after they create their debuts for subscribers.