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In the near future, a self-proclaimed “music bounty hunter” travels through alternate universes in hopes of finding new, unheard albums to bring back and sell in his own timeline. But today is going to be different. He’s going to return with his own album and be the superstar he always knew he could be. This is Music Played on the Strings of Time, written by Kevin J. Anderson, performed by Haley Joel Osment, Patricia Heaton, Helen Sadler, Macklen Makhloghi, Rachel Retha Middleton, Stephen Michael, and Michael Strauss. Directed by Stephen Michael. Original Song "For Holly" by Albon. Music by Vanacore Music. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A test subject in an unconventional experiment begins to question if there is something more nefarious in the research at hand when her work begins to haunt her life outside of the lab. This is Behind the Hatch, written by Jamie Killen, performed by Patricia Heaton and Erin Moriarty. Directed by Stephen Michael. Edited by Matthew Smith. Sound design by Jack Goodman. Music by Vanacore Music. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A reporter profiling a bio-tech bigwig learns the secret project she’s been working on holds the key to ending all human suffering - sickness, natural disasters, climate change - but at what cost? This is Beyond the Tattered Veil of the Stars, written by Mercurio D. Rivera, performed by Gillian Jacobs, Asif Ali, Helen Sadler, and Justin Kirk. Directed by Stephen Michael. Edited by Matthew Smith. Sound design by Jack Goodman. Music by Vanacore Music. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Announcing New Episodes!

Announcing New Episodes!

2021-11-0101:004

Three brand new episodes begin next week! With original stories from some of sci-fi's most prolific writers - brought to life by Hollywood's biggest names - DUST is back like never before. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Years have passed. The war is over. Peace has struck a tenuous balance amid the Galaxy. However, there are still questions that linger - and perhaps the new delegation of Terrans that have arrived will hold the answers. Either way, Daoket recognizes that the political game has just become much more interesting.This episode is performed by Corey Hawkins, Haley Joel Osment, and Jaboukie Young-White.CHRYSALIS is written by SH Serrano, adapted by Stephen Michael and Macklen Makhloghi, and executive produced by Corey Hawkins. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This is where it ends. The event horizon; the final battle. The Terran is fueled by the fading memories that drive him to wipe his enemies from the cosmos. With the codes in his memory banks and his weapons powering up, a single familiar voice cries out amid the blackness: Daoket. This episode is performed by Corey Hawkins and Matthew Wolf.CHRYSALIS is written by SH Serrano, adapted by Stephen Michael and Macklen Makhloghi, and executive produced by Corey Hawkins. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Xunvirian Empire has fallen. The Terran’s new army arrives at the doorstep of the Republic, threatening to end the lives of hundreds of millions. The only one who can stop it? Daoket.This episode is performed by Corey Hawkins, Toni Collette, Chris Diamantopoulos, Eric Satterberg, and Matthew Wolf.CHRYSALIS is written by SH Serrano, adapted by Stephen Michael and Macklen Makhloghi, and executive produced by Corey Hawkins. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Enraged by its losses, the Terran rebuilds, but this time without any of the safeguards he had put in place. Will he maintain his humanity? Or will he cross the line to a remorseless machine? A question that hardly matters if it can’t recreate its army before the enemy pinpoints its location...This episode is performed by Matthew Wolf and Amy Argyle.CHRYSALIS is written by SH Serrano, adapted by Stephen Michael and Macklen Makhloghi, and executive produced by Corey Hawkins. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In the aftermath of the deadly battle, Daoket investigates the Terran’s claims that humanity was victim of genocide at the hands of the Xunvir Republic. What he discovers just may have the power to reshape the entire conflict.This episode is performed by Corey Hawkins and Lance Reddick.CHRYSALIS is written by SH Serrano, adapted by Stephen Michael and Macklen Makhloghi, and executive produced by Corey Hawkins. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hull torn to shreds, system overloading, the Terran frantically grasps for some sort of escape plan. However, the only one he can think of will cost him almost everything.This episode is performed by Matthew Wolf.CHRYSALIS is written by SH Serrano, adapted by Stephen Michael and Macklen Makhloghi, and executive produced by Corey Hawkins. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The battle to end all battles. The only problem? The Terran never could have predicted the unification of the entire Republic. And even worse, he never could have anticipated the destructive power of their secret weapon.This episode is performed by Matthew Wolf and Eric Satterberg.CHRYSALIS is written by SH Serrano, adapted by Stephen Michael and Macklen Makhloghi, and executive produced by Corey Hawkins. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
After the Grand Minister of the Galactic Federal Council promotes him, Daoket turns to uncovering the mystery of the mechanical monster that spared him. Perhaps the Terran isn’t a mindless killing machine after all. However, that might change if Daoket cannot stop the Council from using their secret weapon...This episode is performed by Corey Hawkins, Dominic Rains, Amy Argyle, and Jen Christopher.CHRYSALIS is written by SH Serrano, adapted by Stephen Michael and Macklen Makhloghi, and executive produced by Corey Hawkins. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
After a resounding victory on the planet Yovit, the Terran finds himself in a moral quandary. Shall he choose between the safety of self-preservation, or something entirely more dangerous…This episode is performed by Corey Hawkins, Matthew Wolf, and Amy Argyle.CHRYSALIS is written by SH Serrano, adapted by Stephen Michael and Macklen Makhloghi, and executive produced by Corey Hawkins. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Daoket and Nakstani arrive on the Xunvirian planet Yovit, the supposed next target of the mysterious enemy. But sooner than they could have ever expected, a terror arrives from above; a mechanical weapon the likes of which the galaxy has never seen. As the attack on Yovit begins, Daoket and Nakstani witness firsthand the Terran’s true capabilities. This episode is performed by Corey Hawkins, Toni Collette, and Jen Christopher.CHRYSALIS is written by SH Serrano, adapted by Stephen Michael and Macklen Makhloghi, and executive produced by Corey Hawkins. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
As he struggles to remember his previous life, Terran remains steadfast in his crusade of vengeance. Having mastered the alien technology from a captured enemy warship, the Terran prepares for his first full-fledged battle, knowing full well it could be his last. This episode is performed by Matthew Wolf. CHRYSALIS is written by SH Serrano, adapted by Stephen Michael and Macklen Makhloghi, and executive produced by Corey Hawkins. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Half a galaxy away, the Xunvirian Empire is expressing a rare emotion for their species: fear. Tasked to work among them is Daoket, an assistant ambassador to the Galactic Federal Council, who uncovers a massive political cover-up and the reason for their fears: There is a new enemy among the stars. This episode is performed by Corey Hawkins, Toni Collette, and Shea Whigham. CHRYSALIS is written by SH Serrano, adapted by Stephen Michael and Macklen Makhloghi, and executive produced by Corey Hawkins. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
After successfully attacking the envoys of the Xunvir Republic, the AI realizes that his revenge will require more careful planning. Hiding among a sea of asteroids, he takes inventory of the new tools and weapons he has acquired, and how we will use them to bring total war to humanity’s enemies.This episode is performed by Corey Hawkins, Toni Collette, and Matthew Wolf. CHRYSALIS is written by SH Serrano, adapted by Stephen Michael and Macklen Makhloghi, and executive produced by Corey Hawkins. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
An Artificial Intelligence awakens on Earth to find the planet decimated by a malevolent alien race. With all life eradicated, the AI builds itself a body built for the stars...and for revenge.This episode is performed by Matthew Wolf. CHRYSALIS is written by SH Serrano, adapted by Stephen Michael and Macklen Makhloghi, and executive produced by Corey Hawkins. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Introducing CHRYSALIS: an epic 14-episode saga of retribution on a galactic scale.When an AI awakens after the genocide of the human race by an unknown alien species, it sets off on a path of vengeance across the known universe...and beyond. Starring and Executive Produced by Corey Hawkins, with performances by Toni Collette, Lance Reddick, Shea Whigham, and more, CHRYSALIS is a sci-fi experience unlike any other.Stay tuned. Vengeance will be ours. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
When it comes to negotiating with aggressive alien empires, humans have learned a few lessons: know the enemy, stack the deck, and have a very comprehensive insurance policy. This is Insurance, written by Michael Carabott, performed by Chris Diamantopoulos, Dominic Rains, Dan Lawson, and Robert Fleet. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Comments (263)

Precious Aderemi

God, this was so good

Mar 11th
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Christopher Sherman

Some People do not understand short stories. it has a beginning middle and end. does not to explain everything. Mystery is good. good storie. entertaining. Good artist reading it.

Feb 10th
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Aaron Britton

I really enjoyed this episode and I'm looking forward to the upcoming season.

Feb 6th
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D Stubbs

Chrysalis was one of the best, most captivating stories I've listened to.

Feb 1st
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Thomas Blackburn

Finally. I think the podcast takes least priority to the videos

Jan 21st
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Danny Mills

Really brilliant. Reminds me of Dune and Mass Effect story lines. love it

Jan 16th
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Kronen Bing

love this thank you

Dec 3rd
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Carey Murphy

Why do they insist on "moving podcasts to a new location"... resetting all of my progress, causing me to lose my place?? It drives me nuts! Please... Does anyone happen to know why they feel the need to do this?? Thanks! 😁

Nov 30th
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Chase Maclennan

so what happened? what were the items used for?

Nov 28th
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A M C Casiday

Very engaging and well structured story. Excellent cast, too. So glad there is new content in this feed!

Nov 21st
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Tony

wow this episode was mind-blowing 🤯

Nov 18th
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Tony

wow amazing

Nov 18th
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Zach Martinez

seriously the worst podcast ever! they pull you in, with you on the edge of your seat. they drop you! sitting there wanting more. why, why.

Nov 17th
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Jeremy Mesiano-Crookston

oh good. another futuristic podcast that equates "neural algorithms" and "AI" with actual consciousness and then presents a world in which humanity has the capability to simulate billions upon billions of actual minds. this might as well be labelled "magic".

Nov 12th
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Jada Craddock

Yes! This is one of my favorites and I'm glad it's coming back

Nov 1st
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jimbeetle

what happened? hasn't been anything new in almost a year.

Sep 3rd
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Timothy Schroder

You will love the dust series on the pod cast a guaranteed you must listen to you won't be disappointed

Sep 2nd
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Timothy Schroder

I have to say hands down the 3rd season chrysalis is amazing well done.

Sep 2nd
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TInfinite

Chrysalis

Aug 23rd
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TInfinite

Dust

Aug 20th
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