Last Known Position
A new mystery thriller from the makers of Blackout and The Left Right Game, Last Known Position follows a group of experts including submersible pilot Mikaela Soto (Gina Rodriguez) as they seek to recover a flight that suddenly vanished over the Pacific Ocean. The super yacht sets off on what looks like an expedition funded by a grieving billionaire, William Cavanaugh (James Purefoy), to recover the flight that his wife and daughter were on. But the crew soon discovers that there's more to the expedition than they were let on when they start to find themselves in increasingly perilous situations t...
Francesca Turauskis • Pod Bible • Feb 7, 2022
"...from the trailer voice to the music score, it really feels like a Hollywood production. The sound design is uncannily realistic and this is definitely worth listening to on headphones for the full effect. As somebody that can get jumpy over sounds I’m not expecting, I did appreciate the content warning that “it may seem like sounds are coming from the sides or behind you” – and it still made me jump!"
Kev (Tea In The Sahara) • Tea In The Sahara • Jan 17, 2022
"For those curious about tempo this podcast buffers from intense, to slightly longwinded with some slower parts reminding me of laborious episodes of another horror fiction podcast ‘The White Vault’. The acting is solid, the audio first-rate, and the storyline so far is holding up in terms of keeping the listener guessing what will transpire next."
Stephen O. • Podcast Delivery • Dec 20, 2021
"Last Known Position is equal parts mystery and thriller, but even if you can see that coming from a mile away it's what you hear that really pulls everything together...things start to unravel and we set off on a gripping mystery. Slick, immersive audio catches your attention at every turn, helping you find the edge of your seat (or whatever the podcast equivalent is). There's little room for casual listening here and that's by design."
Imran A. • Jan 10, 2022
"Well, that was a helluva first 5 minutes to the first episode. Note to self: Pay attention to the podcast art. "