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It’s the Finale of the podcast and we’re discussing the Finale of “Station Eleven.” There are plenty of heartbreaking goodbyes and emotional reunions to discuss and the importance of the fork in the road. In our last episode, our hosts Angelica Jade Bastién (Vulture) and Patrick Somerville (Station Eleven) are joined by Dan Romer (Station Eleven Composer) and David Eisenberg (Station Eleven Producer and Editor). Listen as they reveal the challenges of creating a show in a pandemic and the intricacies of cutting between times in our story. We’ll also learn about the importance of music in production and in post and the musical sound of our main characters. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The job is having the courage to bear witness to death, the courage to be there, and Jeevan Chaudhary is ready to take on the job as a healer. Episode 109 of “Station Eleven” not only revealed what happened to Jeevan, but it also gave a lot of hope in a world that was devastated by a pandemic as we see pregnant women give birth to their children in a new and confusing world. In this episode of the podcast, Angelica and Patrick are joined by Jessica Rhoades (Executive producer of Station Eleven) and Emily St. John Mandel (author of the novel and source material, “Station Eleven”). Jessica reveals insights into the creative choices around the big birthing scene and Emily shares her honest thoughts on the differences between her novel and the show.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“There is no before, no after, only now.” And in the now, the prophet has lit the torch. Episode 108 of “Station Eleven” reunites Tyler with his past and Kirsten reunites with the Traveling Symphony as she also discovers her own connection to Tyler and the leaders of the Museum of Civilization. In this episode of the podcast, hosts Angelica Jade Bastién and Patrick Somerville are joined by actors Mackenzie Davis (Kirsten on “Station Eleven”) and Daniel Zovatto (Tyler/The Prophet on “Station Eleven”) and discuss the siblinghood of Tyler and Kirsten, what it’s like to perform an emotional scene in an air duct and the importance of acting and art as a means of survival. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Travel into Kirsten’s past and finally discover what exactly happened to Frank in the first 80 days of the pandemic. In Episode 107 of “Station Eleven,” Kirsten finds herself in a poison-induced fever dream, reliving the first 80 days in the apartment with Frank and Jeevan and unlocking her memories with a new perspective. Join Angelica and Patrick as they discuss the HBO Max limited series with director Lucy Tcherniak and actor Matilda Lawler (Kirsten on “Station Eleven”). Matilda shares insights into her cat-like approach to wild Kirsten from Year Two, and Lucy reveals her approach to directing actors and the secret words she told Frank’s attacker to find the perfect performance. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We invite you to join the Undersea. If you know the prophecy, you should say it. . . From burning billboards to bedtime stories under the stars, Episode 106 of “Station Eleven” brought us inside the Museum of Civilization, more tragedy for the Traveling Symphony, and an unexpected understanding of David and his followers. When Kirsten tracks down a wounded David and his Undersea, she agrees to join them on their journey to the Museum of Civilization. On this episode of the podcast, hosts Angelica Jade Bastién (Vulture) and Patrick Somerville (“Station Eleven” Show Runner/Creator) are joined by Costume Designer Helen Huang. Helen shares how she crafted and shaped the look of the Undersea children and the unexpected places from which she drew inspiration for Dr. Eleven’s spacesuit. We also learn how she approaches characters’ looks as they evolve in a storyline and the challenges of costuming a show in the middle of a real-life pandemic. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sometimes in a pandemic, an airport is no longer an airport. It becomes a home and a community. . . . and sometimes a prophet isn’t a prophet, but a child who burned the past to the ground. Episode 105 of “Station Eleven” gave us a major plot twist and revealed not everything is what it appears to be. This week, Angelica and Patrick dig into the big reveal of this episode and share which character they identify with most. They’re joined by head of production design for “Station Eleven,” Ruth Ammon who shares behind-the-scenes secrets about how she conceives of and creates entire worlds, where she finds inspiration and what it’s like to build an entire airport in pieces.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Post-pans may be without trauma, but they don’t seem to understand the idea that you shouldn’t talk to strangers.  This is at the crux of many of the arguments between Alex and Mackenzie in Episode 104. Join Angelica and Patrick as they discuss all of the complicated relationships and dynamics in “Station Eleven” with director Helen Shaver. We’ll also hear from Helen about how she gets the most out of her actors while also making them feel safe on set. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It’s never easy being an artist, especially when you are working through a personal chaos. This is what we see in the artistry and life of Miranda Carroll. From her meet-cute with Arthur in a diner to her final moments of life, Miranda is a complex character with a life as complicated as the art she creates and the choices she makes. In this episode, Patrick and Angelica are joined by actor Danielle Deadwyler (Miranda Carroll in “Station Eleven”) and Episode 103 director Hiro Murai. Together they dig into Miranda’s backstory, developing a character, and how to craft a love story without it taking over a story. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sometimes the most dangerous thing about being alone in year 2020 is no one knowing who you are. Thankfully, there’s family and companionship in the Traveling Symphony, our rag tag team of actors and musicians dedicated to creating art in the post-apocalyptic world of “Station Eleven.” In this week’s episode, Patrick and Angelica are exploring the culture of the Traveling Symphony and the dramatic end of Episode 102 “A Hawk from a Handsaw.” They’ll dig into behind-the-scenes insights with director Jeremy Podeswa, and talk about pros and cons of a world without technology. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When two strangers share their names, they’re no longer strangers. And when a global pandemic happens in the midst of strangers meeting, that also changes the relationship a bit. And that’s where we find our characters in Episode 101 of “Station Eleven.” From the death of an actor and missing in action child wranglers to doomsday cell phone calls and stockpiling at a grocery store, Kirsten and Jeevan unknowingly bind themselves together as the world falls apart. Join hosts Angelica Jade Bastién (Vulture) and Patrick Somerville (Creator of “Station Eleven'') as they dive into Episode 101: “Wheel of Fire.” They’ll dig into the importance of trust between characters and share insights into building a character with actor Himesh Patel (Jeevan on “Station Eleven'').  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The new HBO Max limited series, Station Eleven explores a world of survivors coming together after a pandemic to rebuild art and culture, and reconnect to humanity. In Station Eleven: The Podcast, we’ll dive into this enrapturing story, dissect the characters we meet, and hear from the cast and crew about what it’s like to film a show about a pandemic while living in an actual pandemic. Along with hosts Patrick Somerville (Station Eleven, The Leftovers, Maniac) and Angelica Jade Bastién (New York Mag/Vulture), you’ll experience the show on an entirely new level with behind-the-scenes insights and a critic’s POV on storylines, themes, and character development.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Avz1

I'm really trying to stick with this show with all the time jumping...but. ep7 just flashed...79 days before the play. and the little girl is living with the 2 brothers in the Chicago apartment. Come the F on.....

Jan 8th
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