Aftershock is a fast-paced thriller about a massive earthquake that destroys the West Coast, causing a mysterious island to rise up from the Pacific - with Sarah Wayne Callies (The Walking Dead), David Harbour (Stranger Things), Jeffrey Dean Morgan (The Walking Dead), and Tati Gabrielle (The 100).
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the show is great. but ads make up at least 50% of each episode’s run time. way too many, way too long.
Great show intense writing but for god sakes with all the commercials. I get it someone’s gotta pay for it but it’s a bit out of hand on this one for my liking.
…the show devolved into a woke white male hatefest. It’s interesting how the female characters constantly talk about how evil white men are, yet 100% of the issues in the story are caused by the lies and foolish decisions made by those female characters. And just as in real life, the white men have to clean up their messes while apologizing for being white men. Disgusting.
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Aftershock launched 3 years ago and published 25 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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