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