Episode 50: The Hiccups Method

Season 4 continues! Episode 50 is now live! Visit the Season 4 page to listen to The Hiccups Method

It’s been a few weeks since the crew aborted repairs on the Urania, and they are no closer to figuring out how to satisfy the aliens' mysterious demands. If only they had someone on board who shared some sort of connection with these beings... But convincing Captain Lovelace to try and reach out to the alien presence for answers is only half the battle - they will have to really think outside the box in order to make contact. Plus, Borg network action, intergalactic twenty questions, Ouija boards, the Avatar State, and purely academic curiosity.

Tonight's episode was written by Zach Valenti and directed by Gabriel Urbina.

As always, an enormous thank you and shout out to everyone who's helped us to make the show, especially everyone who's signed up for a recurring monthly donation on our Patreon campaign and to everyone who's left a review on our iTunes page. Everything we're doing for this final season is only possible thanks to your support and your generosity. 

Stay tuned - new episodes are coming every two weeks for the rest of the year... 
 

Episode 49: Out of the Loop

Season 4 continues tonight! Episode 49 is now live! Visit the Season 4 page to listen to Out of the Loop

With the end of the Urania's repairs in sight, the crew is throwing all their energy into one final push. But as the finish line inches closer, Captain Lovelace begins to notice something strange. Work is mysteriously getting undone each morning, and certain events seem to be repeating themselves day in and day out. What is happening? And why does no one else seem to notice? Plus, hydraulic horsepower, horrific manipulation, highly unlikely events, the sledgehammer approach, and Hephaestus Crisis Dog Years.

Tonight's episode was written by Sarah Shachat and directed by Gabriel Urbina.

As always, a very big thank you to everyone who has contributed to the show. A super special shout out to everyone who's signed up for a recurring monthly donation on our Patreon campaign and to everyone who's left a review on our iTunes page. These new episodes are possible thanks to your support and your generosity. 

Stay tuned - things are just getting started... 

Episode 48: Theta Scenario

Season 4 - and our outrageous run of unbelievable guest stars - continues tonight! Episode 48 is now live! Visit the Season 4 page to listen to Theta Scenario

Please be advised this episode of Wolf 359 contains mentions of violence, death, and suicide. Listener discretion is advised.

As Eiffel, Minkowski, Hera, and Lovelace try to decide how to allocate their limited resources, Kepler finally reveals some of Goddard Futuristics's most deeply held secrets. Before the crew can consider the existential implications of these revelations, however, they'll need to deal with their own growing fears, insecurities, and personal conflicts. Plus, snake-filled pits, educated guesses, paradigm shifts, impractical human emotions, and the remainder of our musical program.

Tonight's episode was written and directed by Gabriel Urbina. It features Julia Morizawa in the role of Commander Zhang. It also features The Waltz of the Flowers, by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. This interpretation of the piece comes courtesy of Musopen

As always, thank you to everyone who has contributed to the making of this show, and to our fourth and final season. Many, special thanks to everyone who's left a review on our iTunes page and to everyone who's signed up for a recurring monthly donation on our Patreon campaign. These new episodes are possible thanks to your support and your generosity. 

Stay tuned - thirteen more episodes of Wolf 359 are just around the corner! 

Mini Episode 14: One of Them

The final season continues with a short Mini Episode! Visit our Season 4 page to listen to One of Them!

In tonight's episode, Eiffel and Minkowski listen in on a tense discussion. This episode was written and directed by Gabriel Urbina.

If you enjoy this mini episode and would like more short-form content from Wolf 359, please consider signing up for a recurring monthly donation on Patreon. The support we receive month to month is what allows us to spend time making the show - and we want to make as much of it as we can before everything wraps up in December! 

Stay tuned - the second full episode of our fourth season drops a week from today!

Episode 47: Into the Depths

The wait is over, the wait is over! Episode 47 is now live! Visit our brand new Season 4 page to listen to Into the Depths! Welcome to the fourth - and final! - season of Wolf 359!

Please be advised this episode of Wolf 359 contains violence. Listener discretion is advised.

The crew of the Hephaestus's day just got a whole lot worse. The funeral they were holding was interrupted by one of the deceased seemingly coming back to life, their station is being battered by radiation, and Hera has gone offline. And - oh yes - the alien contact event they've been hearing so much about has only just started. It's going to take everything the beleaguered team has to weather the storm, deal with the two enemy prisoners in their midst, and come to grips with what's happened to Captain Lovelace. Plus, a chain reaction, trash duty, cool dental plans, the sacred tradition of "Nose Goes," and why we get into trouble. 

Tonight's episode was written by Gabriel Urbina and directed by Gabriel Urbina and Mischa Stanton. It also features the voices of Kristen DiMercurio, Katie Speed, Reyn Beeler, and Zach Ehrlich. To listen to more of Mischa Stanton's work, check out ars Paradoxica and The Far Meridian

As always, thank you so much to everyone who has helped us make this show and spread the word about it. A special shout out to everyone who's left a review on our iTunes page and to everyone who's signed up for a monthly donation on our Patreon campaign over our hiatus. This final year of the show promises to be our biggest and most ambitious one to date, and we could have never done that without you! 

Stay tuned - there's fourteen more episodes of Wolf 359 still ahead of us! 

Surprise! Special Episode Now Available

Surprise, everyone! You can now listen to the first Wolf 359 Special Episode, Change of Mind, through Spoke

A few months ago, thanks to the overwhelming generosity of our recurring donors on Patreon, we got to begin work on a special project, one we've been wanting to do for the last two years. The idea was to create a one-off flashback episode, taking us back to Captain Lovelace's first mission on the Hephaestus and her original crew. Today, thanks to additional support from our friends at Spoke, this Special Episode is finished. You can now listen to our new, feature-film-length, never-before-heard episode, Change of Mind

In order to get this new episode, head on over to Spoke's website or download their mobile app. If you're not familiar with Spoke, they're a new app for podcasts from Sirius XM. They're all about making the podcasting experience social, and helping you find amazing new content you're going to love. Don't worry - the Special is available for free, and you don't need to sign up for anything - although we highly recommend you do! They took production on this special to next level, and are doing amazing things for the audio community, so definitely check out their work. (And who knows... you might find a couple more new Wolf 359 tidbits hiding out in their directory.)

But for now, please enjoy the first Special Episode of Wolf 359. And man, what an episode it is. It's not just our longest episode to date (over two hours!) but also one of our most ambitious, most intimate, and most twisted outings to date. We got to work with amazing actors and musicians in creating this audio adventure. We loved making this, and we hope you'll love listening to it. 

Please be advised this episode of Wolf 359 contains violence. Listener discretion is advised.

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Captain Lovelace, commanding officer of the U.S.S. Hephaestus Station, is not having a great week. She's butting heads with Communications Officer Lambert, her pedantic second-in-command. Doctors Hui and Fourier, her astrophysicists, seem more interested in an upcoming stellar flare than in basic station safety. Her engineer, Fisher, is getting fed up with the constant bickering, and her chief science officer, Doctor Selberg, isn't exactly... dependable. But things really take a turn for the worse when her superiors at Command decide it's time to put her crew through a very special training exercise, one carefully tailored to get under their skin. Lovelace, Lambert, and the rest of the crew must come together if they hope to make it through the longest, strangest, and most dangerous day of their expedition so far. Plus, apoplectic fugue states, emotional decision-making, corporate acid trips, never-before-seen attractions, and work of real substance.

This episode was written and directed by Gabriel Urbina, from a story by Lillian Holman, Cecilian Lynn-Jacobs, Sarah Shachat, and Gabriel Urbina. It features voice work by Beth Eyre, Ariel Estrada, Peter Coleman, and Mary Kate Wiles. It also features Paradise Valley by Honey and the Sting. Listen to more of their work at their Bandcamp.

Thank you so much to everyone who donated to Patreon over the past months. This episode was only possible due to your generosity, and we are forever in your debt for allowing us to tell this story. And thank you, once again, to our friends at Spoke. They took what was going to be a quick side detour and turned it into an epic journey we could have never undertaken by ourselves. 

Stay tuned: the beginning of Season 4 - the beginning of the final season - is just around the corner! 

2017, Season 4, and Series Ends

Hey Friends,

Does everyone have a minute? I wanted to share a couple of things about the future of Wolf 359 and what we're going to be doing this year. And, as is so often the case with these sorts of things, it comes in the form of Good News and Bad News.

First, the Farnsworth bit: good news, everyone! Wolf 359 will be back this year, and we will be doing a full season. Hooray! Season Four will begin on June 12th, and it'll be fifteen...ish full episodes. I know that's a longer gap between seasons than we've had before, but we want to spend a bit longer on the writing and the production of these upcoming episodes. And - more good news! - that also means we won't be taking a mid-season hiatus this year. Once new episodes begin, we'll run, uninterrupted, every two weeks until the final episode on December 25th

Which leads us to the bad news, and that is that... well, there's no easy way to say it, so let's just get it out: Wolf 359 is coming to its end. This upcoming season's final episode will also be our series finale. 

I know that this is going to be a sad development for many - it's a very sad one for me! This isn't a recent decision, nor one that was made quickly or frivolously. This has been in the works for a long, long time, and everyone on the show's Creative Team is in (heavy-hearted) agreement: this is the right choice for the show. 

Rest assured though: the story of the Hephaestus and its crew isn't stopping, it's ending. We have never thought of Wolf 359 as a series that would go on and on forever. We've always wanted it to be a story that begins, middles, and ends. Which builds to a definite, final conclusion for its characters, and which can arrive at real answers for (most of) its mysteries. And which leaves the party early enough for people to miss it once it's gone. 

Is it going to be hard to let go of the show? Absolutely. It's going to be harder than words can adequately describe to let go of these characters and this amazing team. (Sweet Mother of God, it's going to be hard to let this team go.) I am flabbergasted by all the wonderful people who have donated their time, energies, and talents into realizing Wolf 359.

I am also eternally grateful for everyone who has listened into the show. We could have never imagined how many people would listen to our little space story, and invite it into their lives. Making this show has been an enormous endeavor, and having you all with us has been a constant source of inspiration, joy, growth, education, and amazement over the many long hours we've spent making the show.

Thank you for being with us for the past three years. We're going to do our absolute best to make sure that our fourth and final year is our best one yet. We hope you will enjoy it. 

Now, I can imagine some of you might have some questions, such as... 

This is a joke, isn't it? Some kind of really mean, horrible, no good person prank? 

I'm afraid it's not. While I am indeed a horrible, no good person, (well spotted) I would never lie about something like this. Barring some pretty major act of God-type shenanigannery, by this time next year Wolf 359 will have aired its final episode.

Can we get you to change your mind? Perhaps this huge pile of dragon gold could entice you to reconsider? 

You're the one that stole that gold? Dude, that dragon's not happy. You should maybe put it back before the entire countryside gets burnt up... *ahem* In any case, I'm afraid the decision is rather final, and it feels right to everyone on the cast and crew. The show has to end sometime, and we'd rather build towards a satisfying, bang-like ending than just dwindle off until we all get sick of the characters. It'll be better for everyone, trust me. 

Wait a minute, I know why you're doing this! This is because of - 

Nope. Let me just stop you right there. Whatever you're thinking of, the answer's, "Nope." Like I said before, we've been thinking about this for a while, and there's no one, singular thing that's made us decide to try to make a break for it and run for the door. It just feels like the right time. 

No, but really: it's because you can't get the cast anymore, isn't it?

Amazingly - logic-defyingly, even - no! Everyone on the cast is extraordinarily busy, and a couple of people are starting to realize that I'm working with a troupe of undiscovered superstars and beginning to hire them for some really amazing projects, but everyone continues to be nothing if not ridiculously generous with their time and talents. The moral of the story is, as usual, that they're the best and that this is all my fault. 

What are you going to after Wolf 359 is over? What's next for all of you? Will we ever hear from you again after Christmas of this year? 

My cast and crew will all inevitably experience meteoric rises towards fame and fortune once the burden of speaking my sci-fi mumbo-jumbo is lifted from their lives. Keep an eye out for the imminent movie deals/world book tours/avant-garde Berlin music album. I'll probably fade into curmudgeonly obscurity. I fully expect to spend the next couple of decades solving the mystery of what, exactly, this "regular sleep schedule" thing is all about. 

... okay, fine, real answer. The truth is I don't know! I expect that we'll all keep doing more or less what we're doing now: trying to balance making art and telling stories with our day jobs. Wolf 359 has been an enormous part of all our lives for the past three years, and we'll all be excited to pursue new opportunities after this year. We'll do our best to keep you updated on our work beyond Wolf 359

When did you say the last season is starting and ending? 

Season 4 is going to kick off on June 12th, and it's going to end on December 25th. If we've done our math right (... that's a medium-sized if) that means that we should have an episode of Wolf 359 every two weeks from the start of the season to the end. No mid-season breaks of hiatuses! 

Will you tell any more stories in the universe of Wolf 359? Further adventures of the characters? Or how about prequels? Spinoffs? 

I'll get back to you on that one. For the time being, we have no concrete plans to tell any other stories related to Wolf 359 or these charactersBut then again, I refer you to my above answer about not knowing what the post-December future might hold. So... who knows! Maybe! Perhaps one day an irresistible spinoff idea will fall into our lap and we'll just have to make it. (Better Call Doug kinda has a good ring to it, no?) For the time being, all I know is that we're closing the book on this story, and doing our utmost to give these characters and this narrative a full, satisfying conclusion.

 

Once again, many, many thanks to our unbelievable cast and crew, and, most of all, to our many, very dear listeners for coming along on this crazy journey to a small star, seven and a half light years away from Earth. I look forward to sharing one final year of Wolf 359 will all of you. 

Thank you, 

Gabriel Urbina

01/05/2017

Artwork credit: NASAESA, and G. Bacon (STScI)

End of Season 3: AMA with the Cast and Crew

Hello everyone!

To commemorate the end of our third season, the cast and crew of Wolf 359 are going to host a brand new Ask Me (or… Us, as the case might be) Anything live stream! Send us whatever questions you have, and we’ll answer! We’ll be live on Wednesday January 4th at 8:00 PM EST. (exact start time subject to slight changes) Tune in at the video link below: 

Present to answer questions will be:

Zach Valenti - Doug Eiffel and Doctor Hilbert, Producer, Writer

Cecilia Lynn-Jacobs - Captain Lovelace

Zach Libresco - Colonel Kepler

Noah Masur - Mr. Jacobi

Michelle Agresti - Doctor Maxwell

Sarah Shachat - Producer and Writer

Gabriel Urbina - Creator, Producer, and Writer

And - pending the approval of the scheduling gods - we might be able to have a few other surprise special guest stars.

In the meantime, SEND US YOUR QUESTIONS! Please use this form to send us your questions or queries on anything you’d like to see the cast and crew discuss. Feel free to send us as many questions as you like - we’ll do our best to answer as many of them as we can!

Once again, that’s Wednesday January 4th at 8:00 PM EST! See you then!

Episode 46: Boléro

And after the crash... the echo. This is it: the last chapter of the year. Episode 46: Boléro is now live! 

As Eiffel, Minkowski, and Hera reel from the results of their mutiny, it soon becomes clear that even worse dangers might be right around the corner. With everyone's psyche in a delicate state and the chances of survival mounting against them, the crew has to decide how to spend their last hours before the alien contact event. Plus, the Grand Ol' Opry, ooga-booga, evolution, the oncoming alien-pocalypse, and getting by with some help from your friends. 

Tonight's episode was written and directed by Gabriel Urbina. This episode features Boléro by Maurice Ravel. 

As always, many, many thanks to everyone who has helped us to make the show and get the word out about it. Special, extra love to our monthly backers at the Wolf 359 Patreon campaign. If you want to help us make more Wolf 359 in the future, please consider signing up for a monthly donation - just a dollar per month makes a huge difference! Or, if you would rather help us reach new listeners, please leave a review on our iTunes page

And... that's it for this year of Wolf 359! We made it, somehow. We are so touched and amazed by how many went with us on the crazy journey that was Season 3. Getting to make this show and share it was a source of joy and light in a very trying year. Thank you all. For everything. 

Happy Holidays... and see you next year! 

Episode 45: Desperate Measures

NOTE: This episode of Wolf 359 contains gun violence. Listener discretion is advised.

After the plunge comes... the crash. Ready or not, here we go!  Episode 45: Desperate Measures is now live! 

Part two of two. The crew desperately tries to salvage their mutiny and escape the wrath of the SI-5. But as both sides try to out-maneuver each other, the danger of drastic actions causing irreparable damage becomes more and more pronounced. Plus, the hands of the enemy, disciplinary tools, recreational monster hunting, warning shots, and disgusting pieces of human garbage.

Tonight's episode was written and directed by Gabriel Urbina.

As always, a special thank you to everyone who has helped us to make the show and to get it to the ears of people who might like it! An especially loud shout out to all of our monthly backers at the Wolf 359 Patreon campaign. If you enjoy the show and want to help us close our third year in style, please consider signing up for a monthly donation - even a dollar per month makes a huge difference! Or, if you would rather help us with your words, please leave a review on our iTunes page

Stay tuned - there's just one more episodes left before the end of the season, and trust us: you're not gonna want to miss it.

Episode 44: Desperate Times

And... here we go. The beginning of the end of Season 3. The plunge. Hope you are all ready, because Episode 44: Desperate Times is now live! 

Part one of two. Still reeling from recent revelations, the crew plans to neutralize Colonel Kepler and the SI-5. But it's not long before different factions insist on conflicting ways to overcome their enemies - and about the level of force the situation calls for. Plus, clinical descriptions, war crime fuel, different approaches to weasel-popping, situations of absolutely elephantine proportions, and a lovely set of steak knives.

Tonight's episode was written and directed by Gabriel Urbina.

As always, a very special thank you to everyone who helps us to produce the show and to get it out there to find an audience. An especially loud shout out to all of our monthly backers at the Wolf 359 Patreon campaign. If you enjoy the show and want to help us close our third year in style, please consider signing up for a monthly donation - or at least leave a review on our iTunes page!  

Stay tuned - there's two more episodes left before the end of the season, and things are only going to go faster and faster... 

Episode 43: Persuasion

Get ready, everybody. The end of Season 3 is almost upon us. This is the deep breath before the plunge... 

The time has come - the time to listen to Episode 43!  Visit our Season 3 page to listen to Persuasion!

With just over a day left before the long-anticipated alien contact event, Colonel Kepler keeps the crew working overtime to get the Hephaestus ready for anything - and everything - that might happen. As they work around the clock, however, the crew finds that Wolf 359's turbulent air space and a side project of Doctor Hilbert's might offer some unique challenges and some unexpected opportunities. Plus, Q-branch gizmos, Santa's Workshop, studly, manly things, bedtime reading, and the latest in Hephaestus Fashion. 

Tonight's episode was written by Zach Valenti and directed by Gabriel Urbina.

As always, thank you so much to everyone who helps us get this show made. An especially warm thank you and an especially loud shout out to all of our monthly backers at the Wolf 359 Patreon campaign. If you enjoy the show and want to help us close our third year with a bang, please consider signing up for a monthly donation - or at least leave a review on our iTunes page!  Thank you, from everyone on the show, for everything you do for us - we couldn't make the show without you! 

Stay tuned - there's three more episodes left before the end of the year! It's all free fall from here on out... 

Episode 42: Time to Kill

Happy Halloween, everybody! And what better way to celebrate than to listen to our newest episode, Time to Kill? Visit our Season 3 page to listen to Episode 42!

In order to better study the properties of an incoming solar storm, Eiffel, Lovelace, Jacobi, and Maxwell are assigned to collect data on board a small experimental module. Separated from the Hephaestus and the rest of the crew for four days, they must find ways to occupy their minds and stave off boredom. But as time goes by and the storm draws closer, they soon discover that their expedition may be more exciting than they expected. Plus, responsible scientific surveys, vaguely horrific people, Cthulhu, episodes of The Twilight Zone, and doing things by the book. 

Tonight's episode was written by Sarah Shachat and directed by Gabriel Urbina.

As always, thank you so much to everyone who has helped us to produce Wolf 359. We would be nothing without everyone who supports us through Patreon, everyone who leaves reviews on our iTunes page, and everyone who listens to the show and shares with their friends. Thank you so much! 

Stay tuned - there's four more episodes left before the end of the year! Happy Holidays! 

Episode 41: Memoria

All righty folks, this is it! Our biggest, grandest, weirdest episode ever! Part two of two, are you ready to go into Memoria? Visit our Season 3 page to listen to Episode 41!

With Hera out of commission, Doctor Maxwell attempts a difficult reconstructive procedure on the unresponsive autopilot program. Before she can even begin, however, she will have to navigate through the shifting landscape of Hera’s memory banks, a task infinitely more complex than it might appear at first glance. Plus, subjective realities, really loud pinball machines, deleted scenes, attempted crew member homicide, and a backdoor into the subconscious.

Tonight's episode was written and directed by Gabriel Urbina.

As always, thank you so much to everyone who has helped us make Wolf 359. An episode as aggressively weird and personal as this one could not be made without your support. So whether you're leaving reviews on our iTunes page or supporting us on Patreon or just sharing the show with your loved ones: thank you

Stay tuned - there's five more episodes left before the end of Season 3! 

Episode 40: Limbo

It's time for the next turn in the roller coaster! Episode 40, Limbo, is now live! Visit our Season 3 page to listen to the newest chapter!

While most of the crew tries to enjoy a rare moment of downtime, Doctor Maxwell discovers some previously undetected flaws in the station's systems. When her suspicions about these faults are proven right, the crew is forced to have a series of unexpected and difficult conversations. Plus, the Cybermen Appreciation Society, Cold Shower September, the master of the prank, everlasting funstoppers, and a big pink Heffalump that only you can see. 

Tonight's episode was written by Sarah Shachat and directed by Gabriel Urbina. 

As always, thank you so much to everyone who has helped us make Wolf 359. Whether you're leaving a review on our iTunes page, signing up for a monthly donation on our Patreon campaign, or participated in the growing online discussions about the show, it means so much to everyone involved on the team that you listen to and support the show!   

Stay tuned - one of our most ambitious episodes to date is right around the corner!

Episode 39: All Things Considered

Hope that you've had a chance to recover from Happy Endings, because Episode 39, All Things Considered, is now live! Visit our Season 3 page to listen to the newest chapter!

After a technical mishap causes Jacobi's latest experimental gizmo to discharge within the Urania, a number of the SI-5's personal items are vented into space. A furious Colonel Kepler assembles everyone who was involved, hell bent on determining which of his underlings is at fault. But when Minkowski, Jacobi, and Eiffel each present wildly different accounts of the event, he and Captain Lovelace discover that determining the why, the how, the when, and the who is responsible for this snafu might be trickier than it first appears. Plus, willful destruction of property, outright libel, Thunderdome, excellent opportunities for science, and Exit 101. 

Tonight's episode was written by Sarah Shachat and directed by Gabriel Urbina. 

As always, thank you so much to everyone who has helped us and supported us in making, promoting, and distributing this crazy little show. Whatever you've done, whether it's leaving a review on our iTunes page, signing up for a monthly donation on our Patreon campaign, or just sharing the show with a friend or loved one, words cannot express what a difference it makes in our lives. 

Stay tuned - seven more episodes left in Season 3! Any predictions for what's coming next? 

Episode 38: Happy Endings

The time has come, the time has come. Episode 38, Happy Endings, is now live! Visit our Season 3 page to listen to the newest installment!

Preparations are underway to deal with the next contact anomaly from Wolf 359. But the old crew of the Hephaestus is still unsure what preparations they should make to deal with Colonel Kepler and his team, and the divide in strategies is only getting sharper. Hoping to bring an end to the standstill, Dr. Hilbert decides to try a more radical approach, and seek help from an unlikely source. Plus, the Midnight Society, botanical incidents, inane military mantras, perfectly equitable solutions, and a little Easter Egg.

Tonight's episode was written and directed by Gabriel Urbina. 

As always, thank you so much to everyone who has supported us in making this show, left a review on our iTunes page, signed up for a monthly donation on our Patreon campaign, or said, "Hi!" to us a our meetups or at conventions. It's been an amazing summer for the show, and we are so excited to be back to full episodes. 

Stay tuned - eight more episodes left in Season 3, and things are only getting crazier from here on out. 

Mini Episode 13: Kansas

This is it! The final episode in our backstories series! Visit our Season 3 page to listen to Kansas

In tonight's episode, Captain Warren Kepler undergoes an evaluation. This episode was written by Zach Valenti and directed by Gabriel Urbina. 

But wait - there's more! As part of our backstories mini series, we are releasing individual Spotify playlists for each of our characters! In these you'll find songs that we think resonate with who the characters are, how they view the world, and how they process their emotions and conflicts. And, of course, some songs they enjoy and listen to! Click here to check out the Kepler playlist! 

Stay tuned - you've made it through the long summer hiatus. Next week... Episode 38: Happy Endings

Mini Episode 12: Pagliacci

The summer's almost over! It's time for the second-to-last episode in our backstories series! Visit our Season 3 page to listen to Pagliacci

In tonight's episode, Communications Specialist Douglas Eiffel considers consequences and responsibilities. This episode was written by Zach Valenti and directed by Gabriel Urbina. 

But wait - there's more! As part of our backstories mini series, we are releasing individual Spotify playlists for each of our characters! In these you'll find songs that we think resonate with who the characters are, how they view the world, and how they process their emotions and conflicts. And, of course, some songs they enjoy and listen to! Click here to check out the Eiffel playlist! 

Stay tuned - just one more mini episodes to go, and one week later... Episode 38: Happy Endings

Mini Episode 11: Decommissioned

Happy August 15th! First things first, it's Mini Episode time! Check out the sixth episode in the backstory series! Visit our Season 3 page to listen to Decommissioned

In tonight's episode, Unit 214 is given a second chance to prove her value as a company asset. This episode was written by Zach Valenti and directed by Gabriel Urbina. 

But wait - there's more! As part of our backstories mini series, we are releasing individual Spotify playlists for each of our characters! In these you'll find songs that we think resonate with who the characters are, how they view the world, and how they process their emotions and conflicts. And, of course, some songs they enjoy and listen to! Click here to check out the Hera playlist! 

In addition to that, today is the show's two-year anniversary! On August 15th, 2014, we released our first three episodes, and began this crazy journey. Thank you so much for making these past two years as mind-blowing, fulfilling, thrilling, insane, and just all-around unbelievable as they've been. We couldn't have done this without you - and next year is going to be even crazier. 

Stay tuned - just two more mini episodes left before the end of the summer!