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Raised by Wolves: The Podcast is a podcast companion to HBO Max's television series, Raised by Wolves. Produced by HBO Max and iHeartRadio, the podcast was announced on August 26, 2020 and premiered on September 3, 2020, in tandem with the launch of the series itself.

The podcast features conversations with the series' creator and showrunner Aaron Guzikowski, and invites "innovators from science and technology to discuss the most fascinating questions raised by the series."[1]

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In this companion podcast to HBO Max’s Raised By Wolves – the dystopian drama series from Executive Producers Ridley Scott and Aaron Guzikowski – the endlessly curious Holly Frey invites the show’s creators and innovators from science and technology to discuss the most fascinating questions raised by the series. Whether exploring A.I., religious wars, or space travel, each podcast episode springboards off scenes from the TV show to view the series through an eerily realistic prism. Not only a must-listen for fans of the series, Raised By Wolves: The Podcast is sure to be a hit with anyone interested in how technology will shape our future lives and culture. Raised By Wolves premieres on HBO Max September 3rd. The companion podcast is a production of HBO Max and iHeartMedia.[2]

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# Image Title Writer(s) Director Airdate No. in series
1 RBW-Wide-Logo Episode 1: Robots N/A N/A September 3, 2020[3] 1
Can robots make moral decisions? The android parents of HBO Max’s Raised By Wolves often seem more human than their organic counterparts. But if robots were to begin raising our children, doing all of our work, and adopting human characteristics, at what point would they be considered “alive?” On the premiere episode of Raised By Wolves: The Podcast, host Holly Frey talks to Peter Haas -- Associate Director of the Humanity Centered Robotics Initiative at Brown University -- who outlines the boundaries between androids and humans, and the challenges of being able to instill robots with the ability to morally reason. Plus, show creator Aaron Guzikowski talks about his experience working with legendary director Ridley Scott, and the real life robotic science that inspired the series.[3]

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  • The host of the podcast series is Holly Frey.
  • The podcast is available to stream on YouTube.[4]

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