After 47 Episodes, “Millennial” Says Goodbye

After 47 episodes, Radiotopia's Millennial released its final episode today. Millennial was a show about growing up in today's era and the struggles that young people today face when they hit their twenties. The themes in the show managed to be both timely and pervasive, both intimate and relatable. It truly encapsulated the feeling of being a millennial without … Continue reading After 47 Episodes, “Millennial” Says Goodbye

The Adventure Zone Is Ending, And I’m Not Ready (Spoilers)

This Thursday, August 17th, 2017, The Adventure Zone's first campaign, the Balance Arc, is coming to an end. While the finale has already had two episodes, it has been confirmed that this upcoming episode will be the final installment of the campaign. The Adventure Zone is an actual play D&D podcast hosted by The McElroy brothers of … Continue reading The Adventure Zone Is Ending, And I’m Not Ready (Spoilers)

This Week in Podcasts: 8/6/17 – 8/12/17

This Week in Podcasts a weekly roundup of mini-reviews of all of the podcasts I’ve listened to in a week. If you see any podcasts that you feel are missing from my list, there’s a good chance I haven’t listened to the show yet! Feel free to give me recommendations–as well as any feedback or … Continue reading This Week in Podcasts: 8/6/17 – 8/12/17

The Bright Sessions and The Black Tapes Added to PodCon Guests

Update: In a livestream, it was confirmed that several members of the cast and crew for The Bright Sessions--including podcasting virtuoso Mischa Stanton--will be attending PodCon, regardless of their status as "guests." While some of the cast will not be able to attend, it was suggested that most will. With about four months until PodCon, a … Continue reading The Bright Sessions and The Black Tapes Added to PodCon Guests

36 Questions Review (Spoilers)

36 Questions is the most recent venture by Two-Up Productions, the team behind the acclaimed audio drama Limetown. The show is an audio drama podcast musical about an estranged husband and wife trying to reconnect over the "36 Questions That Lead to Love," a sort of  social experiment to see how quickly two people can become close. 36 Questions ended … Continue reading 36 Questions Review (Spoilers)

36 Questions Review (No Spoilers)

36 Questions is the most recent venture by Two-Up Productions, the team behind the acclaimed audio drama Limetown. The show is an audio drama podcast musical about an estranged husband and wife trying to reconnect over the "36 Questions That Lead to Love," a sort of  social experiment to see how quickly two people can become close. 36 Questions ended … Continue reading 36 Questions Review (No Spoilers)

This Week in Podcasts: 7/30/17 – 8/5/17

This Week in Podcasts a weekly roundup of mini-reviews of all of the podcasts I’ve listened to in a week. If you see any podcasts that you feel are missing from my list, there’s a good chance I haven’t listened to the show yet! Feel free to give me recommendations–as well as any feedback or … Continue reading This Week in Podcasts: 7/30/17 – 8/5/17

Night Vale Presents’s “Within the Wires” Season 2 Announced for September 2017

Beginning September 5th, Night Vale Presents's audio drama Within the Wires will debut its second season, just under a year after its first season concluded. The season will be a 10-episode run including a bonus episode that will premier for donors on August 22nd. The episodes will be released biweekly. While the first season of Within the … Continue reading Night Vale Presents’s “Within the Wires” Season 2 Announced for September 2017

First Impressions: High-Energy, Surprising Storytelling in “The Gray Area”

The Gray Area is an independent audio drama by creator Edward Champion in which each episode is a different story entirely, a la Black Mirror, but it also hops between different genres. Like American Horror Story, The Gray Area has threads connecting each episode together if the listener pays attention; unlike American Horror Story, this is clearly intended from the first … Continue reading First Impressions: High-Energy, Surprising Storytelling in “The Gray Area”