A famed lost spaceship, the USS HOPE, returns to Earth after vanishing thirty-five years prior. The lone survivor (Richard Madden) disembarks mysteriously looking the exact same age as when he left. Following the ensuing media chaos, he finally reunites with his formerly identical twin brother (now an old man) for a one-on-one meeting. But what starts as a joyful reconciliation soon leads to dark revelations that threaten their relationship -- and the future of humanity. FROM NOW stars and is Executive Produced by Richard Madden and Brian Cox. Created & Written by Rhys Wakefield and William Day Frank.
Emma Dibdin • New York Times • Aug 24, 2021
"...this gripping sci-fi treat from QCode features several actors you know and love. As Edward’s joyful reunion with his family takes a sinister turn, you’ll be hooked quickly."
Sebastian Arciszewski • Find That Pod • Feb 12, 2021
"If you’re into narrative science fiction podcasts, this right here is your goddamn jam."
Kev (Tea In The Sahara) • Tea In The Sahara • Jan 11, 2021
"Brian Cox is a major coup adding much needed depth, and experience to the sadly mentally detoring character Hunter Fitz. Through Brian’s immense acting abilities he really brings to life the inner strength within Hunter in what is his ultimate defiance to not let his condition beat him. Beautifully scripted, and superbly executed. If like me you like a audio drama with some genuine acting talent on display, and a podcast that keeps you guessing where the plot is heading, look no further."
R F McMinn • Frequently Arsed Questions • Jan 3, 2021
"And yet, what they’ve created is bilge that is so bad it’s on the same level as Charles Chilton’s Journey into Space, the unlistenable BBC radio drama from the 1950s that inexplicably keeps being repeated on Radio 4 Extra. I can only assume they spent so much money getting Brian Cox that they couldn’t afford a decent writer. Perhaps this isn’t about the mysterious ship at all, and it’s a weird science fiction show about a Mysteriously Changing Accent. Anyway, it’s terrible."