How to commission a new Spoil Me! series

So, you’ve just finished reading/watching something amazing and you NEED someone else to experience it. Well, depending on your circumstances, you have a couple of options:

    • If you have the cash to commission the whole series upfront plus an additional 15% fee, you can email me at and I can bypass the system on my end to add you to the calendar. You’ll pay a bulk sum to me via PayPal, and boom, we’re done. ALERT: I am currently pre-booked until August of 2022 and will not be taking any more new title pre-bookings until March 2022

    • If you’re going to be relying on the UNspoiled! Community to help you fund it, you will need to leave a comment here on this page with the series title. I will add your suggestion to the poll, and whatever has the most support behind it will be the next thing added to the docket.

“But why a poll? Why can’t I just start whatever series I want?”

The reasoning behind this is that I’ve had several titles lapse due to the original commissioner being unable to keep up, and other listeners being unwilling to chip in. I’ve had to cancel multiple series after a couple months of no activity because I can’t keep a story straight in my head when my coverage is spaced so far apart. It’s always a huge bummer to get invested in a series and never finish, and making sure a series has backing before starting helps to mitigate that.

If you’re interested in one of the titles below (and by “interested” I mean you are willing to put some of your own money towards commissions), please vote in the poll and let me know! I have limited voting to 3 titles per person, so be sure to prioritize.

Which Series will YOU Help Commission?
  • Russian Doll
  • Jane The Virgin
  • My Mad Fat Diary
  • The Boys
  • An Absolutely Remarkable Thing
  • Red Rising by Pierce Brown
  • Super Powereds by Drew Hayes
  • Tokusatsu Genre
  • Shadowhunter Chronicles
  • Fairy Tail

“But Natasha, when will you have room to add a new title? It’s been months and you’re still doing the same ones!”

Yeah, that’s part of the reason that I have a rule about how long can go between episodes (three months is the maximum allowed time). It’s not just that I have trouble keeping track of plot and character names, but also because I want the turnover to be at a reasonable pace so that I’m not covering the same 3-book series for 4 years. You can check the spreadsheet to see what titles are nearing their finales, and if you’re really wanting to speed things up and you have the spare cash, you can even commission an episode. Commissioning an episode of something that’s already being covered on Spoil Me! is easy: just go here, choose the type of media (book/TV/movie), and select the correct title from the dropdown menu.

Thanks a ton for checking out how it works, and I hope to see you in the Crowdcast chat!


  • CrimsonRenegade says:

    Im hoping to get the series Super Powered by Drew Hayes commissioned, i dont have the money myself but it is an absolute work of art. The audiobook is so amazing it deserves the highest awards (im not exaggerating is the slightest) i would and will encourage any reader to read this series, which is four books in total and completed. The characters are all so well rounded, the story feels real, the plot is non stop, you will laugh, you will cry, you will get mad, you will feel things few books can make you feel and it is worth every moment.

    • UNspoiled! Podcast says:

      If you’d like to vote for your own title suggestion, it’s now available on the poll! You can also share this link with people who might commission episodes so that they can vote.

  • Caitrin says:

    I made an error and I am sorry. I think my vote went through several times due to a login error. It was unintentional and I apologize.

    • Caitrin says:

      I kept getting a message saying I wasn’t logged in and my votes weren’t going though, but apparently I was, and they were. So there should be one vote for An Absolutely Remarkable Thing, not five!

  • T19M96 says:


    I would like to suggest some shows from the Tokusatsu genre from Japan.

    – Chōjin Sentai Jetman (51 episodes)
    – Kamen Rider Decade (31 episodes + 1 movie)
    – Kamen Rider W (49 episodes + 4 movies)
    – Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger (51 episodes + 3 movies)


  • T19M96 says:

    I recommend checking out these BL (Yaoi) series:
    – Love By Chance.
    – TharnType.
    – Until We Meet Again.
    – Why R U?
    – Where Your Eyes Linger.
    – Life~Love on the Line.

  • Jouanna Abou Chacra says:

    PPPllllleeeaaaase cover the Shadowhunter Chronicles!!!!!
    This is a series that is in HIGH demand has sassy and AMAZING characters and the books are kinda short and easy to get through!
    I recommend to read them in the order they came out cause they intertwine and support each other and might have spoilers for other books if you don’t read them in release-date order
    These books include:

    The Mortal Instruments (6 booKs)
    The Infernal Devices (3 books)
    and 3 novellla
    and if you want just look up the release date for each book in this series and just ugh you will not regret this!!!!!

  • Veronica says:

    I would like to throw in my suggestion of the anime FairyTail. It wrapped in 2019, and I just finished the series and am in love.

  • Star says:

    Can I suggest Gemma Doyle Trilogy by Libba Bray?

  • mordecai72 says:

    Okis anybody interested in The Theif series by Megan Whalen Turner? Cuz that is amazing and the series is compete now.

  • Leah says:

    I’d love to commission Nine Perfect Strangers, a Hulu mini series (8 episodes) whose finale already aired. Natasha, have you watched it? If not, I’d like to request that you keep it open as an option for when you’re taking new requests! It’s a little trippy, a little intense, and a lot of fun. I thought it was done very well.

    From the Hulu bio: “Based on The New York Times bestselling book by author Liane Moriarty, ‘Nine Perfect Strangers’ takes place at a boutique health-and-wellness resort that promises healing and transformation as nine stressed city dwellers try to get on a path to a better way of living. Watching over them during this 10-day retreat is the resort’s director, Masha, a woman on a mission to reinvigorate their tired minds and bodies. However, these nine ‘perfect’ strangers have no idea what is about to hit them.”

    • UNspoiled! Podcast says:

      Hey Leah! I’m so sorry for taking so long to get back to you, I’m finally starting to catch up after wedding planning and whatnot. I can definitely add this to the poll unless you were planning to commission it all on your own?

  • Gus says:

    Hi, I’m looking to get The Expanse (the show, not the books) added to the poll. It’s a highly-realistic sci-fi mystery drama series set only inside our own solar system. Great characters and lots of little details every episode.

    I can probably only commission a few episodes every so often, but I have a feeling it would be a popular series and would work well for Wannabes.

  • Talavan says:

    If possible, I’d like to suggest the series Revolutionary Girl Utena.

  • rose393 says:

    Covering Bojack Horseman would be incredible! I really really hope other people agree. I’d say it’s in top 3 shows of all time. (It did destroy me emotionally though.)

  • Strawberrytree says:

    I’d like to suggest the Farseer Trilogy by Robin Hobb

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