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Ellie and The Wave
When a global computer virus begins deleting all digital records, 30-something Ellie (Natalie Morales, Parks & Rec) buys an old tape recorder and begins narrating an “analog” retrospective of her life before all of her photos, videos, and correspondence are wiped out forever. “High Fidelity” meets “Seeking a Friend For the End of the World.” Written by Erin Foley-Chan, produced by April Lamb (Gimlet's Sandra), directed and produced by Daniel Powell (Inside Amy Schumer). Also starring Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael, and Cyrina Fiallo.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 149 ratings
Morales is great actress, the performance was excellent. The writting was good. The premise... not so much. A virus wiping all digital data? Easy solution. Disconnect from the internet. Obviously the producers didn't consult a internet information security professional. that's the only...Read full review »
angie jones via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/13/19
Brilliant Satire!!
This is spot-on, and an on-point creative reflection of the life and times of this current generation! I'm loving every aspect of this podcast!! Hilarious. 😭👺Read full review »
Tofu-Turkey via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/06/19
Absorbing and hilarious
Love this so much! The writing by Erin Foley Chan is wonderful and performed so well by Natalie Morales.
mgb825 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/05/19
Recent Episodes
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Published 10/03/19
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Published 09/26/19
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Published 09/19/19
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