Ten years ago, Malcolm Smith was the host of “Strange Air”, a successful radio show about the paranormal. One night, during a live broadcast, Malcolm vanished into thin air. To this day, no one knows what happened. Now his daughter, Chase Smith, is in her last year of film school and she’s making a documentary about her father’s disappearance.
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The first season is brilliant - the mystery of how a radio host disappeared live on air years ago is captivating. His daughter, now grown up, embarks on an investigation in the form of a student documentary. While season one doesn't end with answers, there's enough potential to keep you hooked for further episodes and, hopefully, a clever payoff. more
Umm... Ew? Not to mention the expectations which will be placed upon, well, no spoilers.
I didn’t hate it. It had a lot of interesting elements to it. It kept me guessing and the mystery had me listening all the way to the end. It just got really weird in a way that I don’t know if I liked the journey to the conclusion. The main character was also hard to like. She’s kind of selfish and didn’t really grow or learn through it all. She also seemed to be rewarded for it while treating those around her like crap. It’s a hard one to process how I feel overall.
Really enjoyed this. No it isn’t perfect, yes it is fiction. Interesting and intriguing. Thank you for making this show. I like it.
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Strange Air launched 2 years ago and published 24 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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