Lots Happening Behind the Scenes

Hello everyone!

Long time no talk.

We just wanted to give everyone a heads up that there is lots going on behind the scenes for our new podcast. It’s taking a little bit longer than we planned to get started, but stay tuned here for new about our TV review podcast called Broadwaves. I will post all the link information here when we are ready to start our show discussions, so keep your eyes/feed active!

Also, on a personal note, I wanted to let everyone know about a couple of projects I’ve been working on in the meantime. The first is a podcast with the crew from Heroescast called Is Anybody Watching… We started with a review of the AMC show Into the Badlands and are now covering the show 11.22.63. If you are interested in a little bit of banter after you catch up with each episode of those shows, that’s what we do.

The second project I have been working on is voicework with Audioblivious Productions (which is run by one of my childhood friend’s husband who is a pretty talented guy). I have played a couple of roles for him and have had a blast doing so! Check it out if you like audio drama comedy.

Thanks for sticking with us!



Filed under Crew News

4 Responses to Lots Happening Behind the Scenes

  1. Hi haven’t seen Badlands yet, I did just discover on Amazon Prime, a show called Humans {the A is upside down). Very good show and high quality version of the age old man dealing with his own creations, AI, robots etc. I will check out your new podcast. I did do a Heroes marathon. Watched all four seasons of the original series, and Heroes Reborn all in a row. Amazing experience. I did come to some realizations about that and how we deal with these forms of art, which I may talk about in the future.

  2. Hello Signal Crew!
    Really glad to hear that there is a new podcast is on the way. There is a hole in my podcast list that desperately needs filling. Unfortunately I’ve been ill for a while and have been mainlining The Signal from Season 1 episode 1. It is a remarkable volume of work and truly reflects the Firefly feeling of family that is so precious and nourishing to watch and listen to. I am on my own most of the time and have found the content and subject material of The Signal to be great company and often good food for thought. When I reach the last episode of The Signal in about a week’s time, I know that I will feel the sensation of bereavement that the Browncoat community collectively experienced when Fox decided to take Firefly away from us so prematurely. I look forward to hearing your familiar voices again even if the theme and material of the new podcast moves from the the Verse to a new home somewhere else! Many many thanks for your previous work and the very best of luck for the new podcast. I will listen and take part if I can.
    Stay Shiny and Keep Flying. You really can’t stop the Signal!

  3. Eric Hess

    Any chance that you will post a link to the new Broadwaves podcast when it is on the air?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *