Hosted By: Dennis Cooper
Produced By: Resonate Recordings and Tenderfoot TV
Culpable is an investigative true crime series from Resonate Recordings and Tenderfoot TV, the creators of Up and Vanished and Atlanta Monster.
Culpable is a word that simply means, deserving blame, but it tends to take on even deeper meaning in the world of true crime. In an unsolved, case, culpability is typically focused on the culprit(s). But in some cases, the source of culpability may be something much deeper: like wrongful convictions, negligent investigations, or even corruption. Culpable may be a broad term, but it’s an idea that is relevant to each and every case, making it the focal point of the stories we share.
Culpable Podcast Host:
Dennis Cooper is the Chief Creative Officer at Resonate Recordings and the host and writer of the hit podcast Culpable. His deep-rooted passion for storytelling and true crime helped him carve his own lane in the podcast industry, where he intends to expand production of original shows. Dennis is a Louisville, KY native, and outside of work he enjoys spending time at home or around the city with his wife and kids.
Praise from Listeners*:
- Challenging Assumptions: The podcast encourages listeners to question their assumptions, challenging conventional wisdom and exploring alternative theories.
- Engaging Format: Culpable maintains a well-paced and structured format, seamlessly blending interviews, narration, and evidence to create a great listening experience.
- Pursuit of Justice: Cooper’s relentless pursuit of justice resonates with listeners, fueling their desire for truth and closure.
- Meticulous Research: The podcast’s commitment to thorough research ensures that every episode is packed with compelling facts and evidence.
Criticisms from Listeners*:
- Pacing and Length: Some listeners feel that certain episodes of Culpable could be condensed or edited for a tighter narrative, as they find the pacing to be slow or the episodes to be too long.
- Biased Perspective: A few critics argue that Dennis Cooper’s perspective in Culpable may be biased, leading to a potential imbalance in the presentation of certain facts or theories.
- Overemphasis on Speculation: Occasionally, some listeners have criticized Culpable for presenting speculative theories or hypotheses without sufficient evidence or substantiation.
* The True Crime Connection teams aims to keep this as an unbiased search database. In order to do this, we curate what people love the most and the least about a podcast by analysing ApplePodcast reviews.
To hear about our personal favorites/feedback, check out our Instagram or TikTok.
To submit a change to this listing, click here.
Want to leave your own review for fellow true crime fans to find when they hit this page? Add it in the comments below!