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Bone, Marry, Bury - What We Know So Far

If you're itching for a brand new romantic comedy, but you don't have much time to watch TV or movies, there is a new program that might be right up your alley. Entitled "Bone, Marry, Bury," this new rom-com audio-drama is coming fresh from the aptly-named company, RomComPods in partnership with female-centric podcast company Dear Media. The series promises a new take on romantic comedy by featuring two familiar faces from " Modern Family" and "What We Do In The Shadows."

If this sounds appealing to you, then the good news is that you won't have to wait long. The release of "Bone, Marry, Bury" is scheduled to come out next year, only a hair late for its New Year's Eve-centered plot. Even so, there's still a lot left to learn about "Bone, Marry, Bury." Here is what we know so far about this upcoming series.

What is the release date for Bone, Marry, Bury?

Chances are that "Bone, Marry, Bury" has been in the works for far longer than most people have been aware of its existence. While the audio show recently announced its upcoming debut (via Deadline), that release is far too soon for the series to be in its earliest production stages realistically. With a release window of February 2022, "Bone, Marry, Bury" is likely closer to completion than not.

Regardless of the audio series' production schedule, however, fans will be able to tune into "Bone, Marry, Bury" through popular podcast sources such as Spotify and Apple Podcasts. However, they'll also be able to listen to it through the official RomComPods site, the same company responsible for co-producing the series. In fact, the series was created, written, directed and executive produced by Becca Freeman and Rachael King, both of whom work for RomComPods.

Who is in the cast for Bone, Marry, Bury?

You might not think that casting is quite as important when it comes to audio dramas. But, in reality, what you hear is just as important as what you see. To that end, "Bone, Marry, Bury" has secured some familiar faces (er, voices) for listeners to enjoy. If you're a fan of the sitcom "Modern Family," you'll surely recognize the voice of Sarah Hyland, who played Hayley across the series' 11 Seasons. In "Bone, Marry, Bury," Hyland will be playing the lead role of Allie.

Listeners might also recognize the voice of Harvey Guillén, who played Guillermo de la Cruz in the "What We Do In The Shadows" television series. Guillén is set to portray Gabe, Allie's best friend, who narrates Allie's tale of lust, love, and loss. At the moment, no other cast members have been announced.

What is the plot of Bone, Marry, Bury?

The New Year always provides the opportunity for change and the potential for something better. This is especially true when your last year stunk like a dumpster on a hot day. Thus, it is especially true for the 26-year-old Allie, who has just been dumped and evicted in a concise amount of time. How does she plan to kick off the new, hopefully, less horrible year? Easy, by doing what everybody else does and drinking your cares away.

However, it seems that she'll get more than she bargained for at this year's New Year's Eve party, at least according to Gabe. Apparently, by the time January comes to a close, Allie will have boned, married, and buried three people who are also in attendance. These mysterious individuals are and which fate each will receive have yet to be revealed. But, fans will be able to discover those answers when "Bone, Marry, Bury" comes out this February.