My Favorite Murder Comedy/Casual, Exactly Right

Hosted By: Georgia Hardstark & Karen Kilgariff
Produced By: Exactly Right

My Favorite Murder blends comedy and true crime in a way that has their close-knit community, known as Murderinos, continuously wanting more.

With two episodes released each week, you’ll find Monday’s episode focused on reading listeners submissions and Thursday’s episode discussing two crimes the hosts have selected to cover.

My Favorite Murder Podcast Hosts:

Georgia Hardstark is a seasoned podcaster, television host and co-founder of the Exactly Right Podcast Network known for her witty storytelling and infectious enthusiasm.

Karen Kilgariff is an writer, comedian, singer, author, actress, television producer, podcast host and co-founder of the Exactly Right Podcast Network. She began her career as a stand up comedian in the early 1990s and later became a television actress, most notably as a cast member on Mr. Show.

Praise from Listeners*:

  • Connection to Hosts: Authentic and relatable hosts who bring humor and compassion to true crime discussions.
  • Mental Health Focus: The hosts have consistently had honest and candid discussions about mental health and personal experiences, creating a strong connection with listeners.
  • Engaged Community: My Favorite Murder has a highly engaged community that spans worldwide, allowing listeners to feel seen and heard.

Criticisms from Listeners*:

  • Tangents and Lengthy Conversations: Some listeners feel that the hosts tend to go off on tangents or engage in lengthy conversations that deviate from the main topic, taking the focus away from the stories being shared.
  • Lack of In-Depth Research: While the hosts bring humor and personal anecdotes to the podcast, some critics argue that they don’t always provide a comprehensive analysis of the cases.
  • Sensationalism and Insensitivity: Occasionally, the hosts’ use of dark humor and lighthearted banter during discussions of heinous crimes can be perceived as insensitive or disrespectful to the victims and their families. This aspect has been a point of contention for certain listeners.
  • Repetitiveness: Over time, some listeners have noticed certain recurring themes or stories in the podcast, which can lead to a sense of repetition. This has prompted criticism regarding the need for fresh and diverse content to maintain interest.

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Reviews (2)

5.0 out of 5.0
Content 5.0
Audio 5.0
Host(s) 5.0
  • Taylor G
    June 5, 2019 at 8:12 pm

    Being relatively new to podcasts, I was asking around for recommendations for true crime podcasts that were not too emotionally draining to listen to, and one of my amazing friends suggested MFM. I was INSTANTLY hooked!!! Karen and Georgia are hilarious, quick-witted, relatable, and always talk about the cases they cover with respect. This can be super difficult to do, especially with such a potentially morbid and dreary topic. As a lifelong true crime and comedy lover, I could not recommend MFM more.

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  • McKenna
    May 25, 2019 at 12:23 am

    When I found MFM, I found MY PEOPLE. Love that K & G talk about all the crazy murders but make me laugh while doing it. And the Murderino community? The BEST. SSDGM!

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