When her home speaker begins picking up her neighbors’ conversations and broadcasting them into her apartment, a lonely recent New York transplant, Julia (Rachel Brosnahan) becomes increasingly obsessed with her neighbors' lives. But what begins as a voyeuristic endeavor quickly devolves into a situation with real world consequences, and she quickly realizes she doesn’t know who to trust.From the makers of Last Known Position and Soft Voice comes Listening In, a uniquely modern mystery thriller. QCODE+ subscribers on Apple Podcasts will get early access to new episodes before anyone else and exclusive bonus content. Learn more at apple.co/q...
Stephen O. • Podcast Delivery • May 30, 2022
"The thoughts that creep into mind as you hear Julia navigate the uneasiness of a new environment and a sentient smart speaker aren’t likely to be new. Listening In nudges you in directions you’re familiar with...On the other side of this creepy coin is eavesdropping. Everyone does it. We all think we are good at it. Listening In offers entertainment, escapism, and mystery."
Fiona Sturges • Financial Times • May 22, 2022
Hannah Verdier • The Guardian • May 19, 2022
"The Marvelous Mrs Maisel’s Rachel Brosnahan is the star of this immersive podcast...When it starts broadcasting her neighbours’ conversations (and intimate moments, including plentiful slurpy kissing noises) she gets involved in their lives – which is either a dream or a nightmare, depending on how nosy you are."
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