Based on the short story by Stephen King, Strawberry Spring is a scripted podcast set against the backdrop of the sixties revolution on the campus of New Sharon College. We follow a generation of students who don't trust authority, the futile efforts of the local police, and a young, determined reporter as he chases the bloody trail of Springheel Jack, an unrelenting, modern-day Jack the Ripper. After vanishing and leaving his murders unsolved, Jack is back - along with a new Strawberry Spring, a weather pattern with an unusual fog bank that rolls in every eight years. Using the fog to hide his tracks, he taunts New Sharon with fresh kills, each murder more violent than the last. The 8-episode season stars Garrett Hedlund, Milo Ventimiglia, Sydney Sweeney, Herizen Guardiola, Al Madrigal, Ken Marino, and Brec Bassinger.
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I’ve heard Stephen King is a phenomenal author but this just isn’t good. It isn’t a unique or captivating plot. The characters aren’t interesting. Maybe it’s just this adaptation. I lost interest before chapter 3. And I don’t usually mind ads but the amount of them here is crazy excessive.
SK is my favourite author, but I’ve only made it halfway through the first episode and it’s ALL exposition for the listener’s benefit. Characters talking about things to other characters that they already know or should already know but they need to let the audience know and it’s done in a way that’s way too obvious. I hate obvious exposition. Won’t be able to listen to the rest. Acting is pretty lame too. Sorry.. this is a fail
Good listen while on a long car ride but like other reviews, the time jumps were hard to follow. King’s dialogue was a bit cheesy and i guessed the killer 3 episodes in. Overall was a good listen.
The time jumps are super confusing. The character of Rachel seems to just be reading the script aloud. Poor adaptation.
Confusing to follow at times, predicted the ending very early on
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Strawberry Spring launched 3 years ago and published 13 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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