PRESS

 

In an era where people’s introductions to one another are increasingly facilitated by the internet, Kismet instead explores how fate and free will factor into the curious ways that strangers’ lives intertwine….

…the manner in which it’s told exemplifies the best qualities of the medium.

Benjamin Cannon

A.V. Club

That the show doesn’t dwell on these pairs’ later history and puts its emphasis on the early parts of these chance meetings makes for engaging, focused episodes that delight in their own details.

Steve Greene

IndieWire

It’s a wonder in a world so big anyone meets anyone at all. This podcast is about how and when relationships were formed. Palm Treo was short, simple, sweet, and made me smile.

Editors

Bello Collective

It’s a common question overheard at cocktail parties: “how did you two meet?” The new series Kismet tackles that seemingly mundane question with surprisingly engaging results.

Rob Szypko

2x4

…Stand-out episodes feature a bone marrow donor and recipient, and a professional wrestler and his amateur fan, but each one has been moving in its own mysterious way….

The Audit

The Audit

Required listening.

– listen to Dan interview Bart for TPD Episode 134 http://www.thepodcastdigest.info/2017/03/tpd-134-bart-warshaw-from-kismet.html

Dan Lizetter

The Podcast Digest

If a mix of Radiolab and The Heart captures you, I suspect you’ll quickly find yourself binging on the show as well.

Sriram Gopal

AudioTeller