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The premise is great. The production is great and reminiscent of older radio shows (Perry Mason). The actors are alive and bright. The story is addictive and I look forward to way more! What isn’t great are the “on the last episode” and “here’s what’s coming up”. As a long time podcast listener I tend to listen for longer than 18 minutes (in the car for example) at a time. So the repetitive dialogue and who produced what and who wrote what is redundant. Not to say credits aren’t important but when the episode is 18 minutes and 5 of them are a repeat of the last episode and all the names of the cast and crew I feel myself tuning out. Patrick J. Adams’ voice is a comfort and one can easily visualize him in action. Longer episodes and less credits is what this listener recommends 😀. And because I follow Patrick J. Adam’s Instagram page, I that’s how I heard about the show. Lastly, I live in Canada and don’t care much about US politics (especially now) but the story is rich and the writing is done well. Congratulations and keep them coming!! Thanks. Sylvia Mason, somewhere near Toronto!
sylleo39 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 10/14/18
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