pink-hat-crime-podcastThe crew behind the popular Serial podcast is launching another new true crime show — and this time you can binge it.

S-Town — which debuts in March — follows an Alabama man asking for "a reporter to investigate the son of a wealthy family who had allegedly been bragging that he got away with murder," according to a news release. All episodes will be released at once.

The nonfiction limited series will be developed by Serial Productions, a newly announced production company from the Serial creators.

Longtime This American Life producer Brian Reed will host the show, which will be executive produced by Serial co-creators Julie Snyder and Sarah Koenig. This American Life alum Starlee Kine is also on board along with Ira Glass.

"Brian agreed to look into it [the murder]," the release said. "But then someone else ended up dead, and another story began to unfold — about a nasty feud, a hunt for hidden treasure and the mysteries of one man’s life."

Snyder said in a statement that she and Reed began working on  S-Town three years ago, "before we'd even launched serial."

"Immediately I knew it was special," Snyder said in a statement. "I remember thinking, 'If this thing with Serial works — telling one big story over several chapters — then I definitely want to try it with Brian’s story next.'"

Serial — a spinoff series of This American Life — became a pop culture phenomenon after it debuted two years ago, with millions of people tuning in to Koenig's weekly audio series which aimed to find out whether a man named Adnan Syed truly murdered his former classmate, Hae Min Lee, in 1999.

It became so popular that it won a Peabody Award and was parodied on Saturday Night Live.