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Ava and Brie talk to Connor after helping him with his arm. He warns them of some bad people in the area. But can they trust him? In Denver, Mia and company take a vote on leaving the zone. And Ambridge, Jay, and Kylie fight off thrashers during the ... more
Ava and Brielle continue their trek north, but are running low on supplies. Jay and Kylie share a moment while Jay shaves his face. And in Denver, Mia and company bury Roger and say a few words. more
Travis tries to take over now that Roger is gone. Mia couldn't care less. She has other things to worry about, like what she'll say to Jess. Miles away in California, Jay comes to the rescue and saves Ambridge and Kylie just in time. He's finally abl... more
Just started the show, I like the story but get distracted with Eva’s reading of her script. I can visualize her reading instead of acting she doesn’t put the emotion or personality the other two are. But I still like it.
This story has a lot of potential, but it should not be marked clean. If bad language doesn’t bother you, I’m sure you will enjoy this podcast.
The beginning is the real beginning for a lot of these actors…you can hear it. It’s great to listen how much better they get and the show gets as it goes on! 10 stars
I may be young but when I say I like something I mean I like Something Am I Right
It’s started good, they story is good but man. The voice acting got to the point where it’s sounds like they don’t want to be there. They’re not trying to make me believe they are scared, happy, worried anything. I’m sorry I can’t even finish the first season.
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End of All Hope launched 7 years ago and published 81 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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