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When her home speaker begins picking up her neighbors’ conversations and broadcasting them into her apartment, a lonely recent New York transplant, Julia (Rachel Brosnahan) becomes increasingly obsessed with her neighbors' lives. But what begins as a voyeuristic endeavor quickly devolves into a situation with real world consequences, and she quickly realizes she doesn’t know who to trust.
From the makers of Last Known Position and Soft Voice comes Listening In, a uniquely modern mystery thriller. QCODE+ subscribers on Apple Podcasts will get early access to new episodes before anyone else and exclusive bonus content. Learn more at apple.co/qcode.
Produced by QCODE, Automatik, and Scrap Paper Pictures. Created, written, and directed by Sabrina Jaglom. Starring Rachel Brosnahan, Manish Dayal, David Aaron Baker, Caroline Aaron, Adeline Rudolph, Bridget Regan, Daniel J Watts, and Dana Melanie.
Glitch | Episode 1
Charade | Episode 2
It’s A Party | Episode 3
The Key | Episode 4
Whiplash | Episode 5
Three’s Company | Episode 6
SSE | Episode 7
Onwards | Episode 8
Preview: How to Win Friends and Disappear People
when will it be baaaack?
liking it so far!
half of the episode is commercials.
having finished the podcast and reflected: good concept, bad writing and direction. can't fault the actors for the hysterical performances, they're just doing what they're asked. probably one of qcode's absolute weakest offerings.
Great idea for a podcast, but Noah's a real dismissive jerk so far..
Wait, is this it. Season 1 over? didn't even feel like a cliffhanger.....
I have agree with the comments about the episodes being too short and the outro being too long, but I'm definitely enjoying the podcast as whole.
Takes 4 episodes before the story starts, eps are roughly 20mins with 2 mins of cross promotion at the start and 3 mins of credits and ads at the end. Feels like the story was intentionally chopped up to draggggg it out. Story is ok, wonder if it will have an ending or if QCODE will (as usual) make us wait for next season. Frustrating.
Augh, no climax, vague cooperative ('secret spy op' / 'corp espionage '), inconsequential 'cliffhanger', what a waste of a couple hours of my life. at least the short episodes where nothing happens are short
I want to like this podcast, but the episodes are way too short and far too little happens. The stereotypical panicked breathing of the incompetent heroine trope was just a bit too much for me. I'm tired of the overwhelmed/weak woman schtick. just get on with it.
love this 😍 amazing
Several questions: why are these episodes so short? Why after episode 4 has nothing happened yet? Why is everyone so incredibly dramatic? Also we essentially know the same amount of information as after episode 2. I want to like this show but it's incredibly frustrating and I'm about to give up.
well, four episodes in and literally nothing at all had happened. four episodes of a husband aggressively gaslighting and yelling at his wife. awesome writing. well done. "hey, do you think we could cut this down a bit". "no, we definitely need that scene where the heroine opens a random door". yep. all critical to the drama.
Boxes have six sides, not four, just a heads up lol
You just know how to end an episode! looking forward to hearing more.