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February 16, 2023 8 mins

Greetings, and welcome to The End Last Week, This Week, and Next Week, the podcast companion to The End, the weekly newsletter that shines a light back on audio fiction shows when they've reached the finale of a season or the conclusion of the series. I am your host and the curator of The End, Evo Terra.

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Let’s get into it, shall we?

Last Week

Today’s issue of The End - the 24th - has seven shows in the Recently Completed section, and four of them wrapped last week:

  • The first is Station 151, a dramatized science fiction story from Pale Matter. They released the finale to their first season on Feb 14th. There are 11 episodes in the season, which will take you 3h 45m to listen to. Episodes of the 2nd season are slated for June of this year.

  • Two days before that, And Worms Do Not Destroy, a dramatized fantasy from William J. Meyer, reached the end of their six-part show. Listen to the entire story in 3h 03m.

  • Subsister: A Real Podcast is a dramatized scifi mystery from Zephyrum Studios that posted its first season finale on 10 Feb 2023.  Listen to the story so far in only 3h 47m. Season 2 starts in early 2024.

  • And Social Distancing, a dramatized romance from Chetan Bhagat, dropped all 12 episodes of the entire tale on 9 Feb 2023. It’s an Audible exclusive that will take you 3h 43m to listen to. Assuming you’re not a monster and only ever listen to audio fiction at 1x speed.

This Week

This week, and every week, I made two personal recommendations for great audio fiction I personally love. 

The first is an exceptionally well-acted and produced show from QCODE that stars Demi Moore. Yes, that Demi More. It’s called Dirty Diana. There’s no trailer (what the heck, QCODE?) so here’s a bit from the first episode:   Dirty Diana is complete with 6 episodes, with a total listening time of 4h 22m

One of the most creative ongoing series with exceedling well-done scoring, Old Gods of Appalachia, recently wrapped its 3rd season and is gearing up to release Season 4 this summer. It’s a narrated horror anthology from DeepNerd Media, and astute listeners will remember I featured the title in the 3rd issue of the end. So yes, I’m doing it again. It’s that good. And it’s my newsletter. It also has no trailer (seriously, creators: make trailers for your series and your seasons.) so here’s a clip from the prologue: Catch up on all 50 episodes of Old Gods Of Appalachia in only 27h 15m. Or longer if you choose to listen to the mini-seasons and one-offs. Which I recommend you do.

Next Week

The latest issue of The End only highlights a single show returning with new a season coming soon. It doesn’t return until March 1st, which rather breaks the “next week” theme, but since it’s the only one, I’ll tell you about it.

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