My Favorite Fictional Podcast to Date
Brilliant execution. The journey Edith takes is so compelling that it’s honestly a bit jarring when things change. This is a masterclass in how to make an ending that’s not really a twist feel like it is. The cast was fantastic, the story was gripping, and the two together makes me feel like I can’t handle it if there isn’t more. Give me a miniseries, you guys. Please? Edit: I still adore this show, truly, which is why I subscribed to qcode in the first place. Besides listening again to the episodes I’ve already listened to and no ads (which don’t bother me) there are no actual perks. I see no reason to keep subscribing at this point. Is there going to be anything extra that makes the subscription worth it?
enickel8 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/26/21
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I usually don’t care for audio dramatizations, but it was Rosamund Pike, so yeah, I had to try it, and I’m so blown away by how great this is. The entire cast has great chemistry, the writing is brilliant; and it’s laugh out loud funny. Rosamund Pike is perfection.
Lacooper68 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/25/21
Why is this so awful? How did they get Rosamund Pike to do this? Why does Edith Wilson sound like a dumb blond from Real Houswives?! I can’t wrap my head around how this came into existence!
dainsworth via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/28/21
“Edith” reminds me of the old-time radio shows/soap operas. It’s very entertaining, a great listen on a walk or car ride. The cast is awesome, especially Rosamunde Pike. I’m hooked!
JenfromGE via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/24/21
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