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Shipworm
In this first of its kind feature-length audio movie, Wallace Conway wakes up to find he’s been implanted with an untraceable earpiece while sleeping. So long as he does everything the voice on the other end tells him, he and his family will live. Written by Zack Akers and produced by Skip Bronkie, Shipworm is the fourth podcast from Two-Up, the studio known for breaking ground in fiction (Limetown), musical (36 Questions), and documentary podcasts (The Wilderness). Shipworm stars Broadway luminaries Quentin Earl Darrington and Miriam Silverman, and is available on podcast platforms...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 1,193 ratings
Brilliant!
My husband and I were obsessed with listening to shipworm. We listened to it twice and just want more!! The creativity behind it was keeping us on our toes! We need more like this. Absolutely fire! 🔥
NicoleKathleen1101 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/30/23
Wow
So good. Leaves me wanting more though.
ck do ufk via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/26/23
You got me
Fire
deezycrazy989 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/29/23
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In this first of its kind feature-length audio movie, Wallace Conway wakes up to find he’s been implanted with an untraceable earpiece while sleeping. So long as he does everything the voice on the other end tells him, he and his family will live. Shipworm is the fourth podcast from Two-Up, the...
Published 04/26/21
Published 04/26/21
In this first of its kind feature-length audio movie, Wallace Conway wakes up to find he’s been implanted with an untraceable earpiece while sleeping. So long as he does everything the voice on the other end tells him, he and his family will live. Written by Zack Akers and produced by Skip...
Published 04/06/21
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