Disgraced radio host Rick Egan (Tracy Letts) has finally found his chance at reinventing himself: by chronicling the cold-case disappearance of several Muslim teens from Staten Island—a group he himself disparaged—in the wake of 9/11. But Rick soon discovers this is no ordinary hate crime, as his ill-considered investigations bring him face-to-face with an ancient American evil that's ready to offer him a monstrous bargain.
Quiet Part Loud, created by Monkeypaw Productions, written by Mac Rogers and Clay McLeod Chapman. Directed by Mimi O’Donnell.
Executive produced by Jordan Peele, Win Rosenfeld, and Mimi O’Donnell. Produced by Geoff Foster, Amy McLeish, and Katie Pastore. Associate produced by Jasmyne Peck-Bailey, Julie Balefsky, and Kayla Stokes. Supervising Sound Editor Jonathon Roberts. Sound Design by Marcus Bagala, Daniel Brunelle, Shane Hendrickson, and Jonathon Roberts. Score by Roahn Hylton and Jacob Yoffee. Recording by Jonathon Roberts and Armando Serrano. Dialogue editing by Steven Tejeda and Gordon Bramli. Mix and additional sound design by Bobby Lord.