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The Leap Year Society

By Unknown 9

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Description

Join podcast host Amanda Morrison, her producer Mitch, and conspiracy theorist friend, Colin, as they work to uncover the truth behind an age-old, secretive group known only as the Leap Year Society, whose enigmatic present day recruitment program is inexorably linked to research that borders on the paranormal. With incredible performances and incomparable production value, The Leap Year Society is like nothing you've heard before.

Customer Reviews

Trash Narrators

Never in my life did I think PNWS would be able to find someone dumber than Nic Silver. Then they found 2. I wanted so bad for this to be good but the voice acting is terrible and they keep getting important pieces of information for the story then just moving past it.
I’m starting to think the real reason PNWS isn’t officially attaching their name to this project is because of how bad it is

Poor Acting

I’m a fan of Tanis and The Rabbits, and this was clearly from the same team of writers, so I was very willing to give this a chance.

The voice actors are just straight up not believable. They would be great at instructional videos, but there’s no real “acting” going on, just reading the lines.

The premise is one that often interests me, but the first two episodes are just all over the place. Not to mention that I get it’s about a secret society, but you don’t need to keep reminding me it’s about a secret society by constantly repeating the phrase “secret society.” Good writing has subtlety and there is none in this podcast.

I’ve listened to the first two episodes, and I’ll give the third a chance. But if the production can’t find its sea-legs by then, I don’t have much motivation to continue with the rest of the series.

Update: Nope, couldn’t do it. Just couldn’t get into it. Performances were not convincing or compelling.

Don’t bother, really.

YUCK.

This is the same format as all their other Podcast. Convoluted story with too many strings that will likely lead nowhere. PNWS has single handily turned this style in to a troupe. It’s clear that when writing TANIS, Rabbits or whatever the other one was, they had ideas they couldn’t connect to those already convoluted stories. So they decided to make those their own story.
This has an incredible amount or words like, “mysterious, enigmatic, and deep/dark web.” This is clearly to pander to a wider group of people who find these words interesting. Leap Year is just another one of their podcasts mostly composed of nonsensical Wikipedia articles read to you by a unskilled voice actor. Characters are FORGETTABLE.

I took time from my day to try to warn you. I wish I could get the time I spent listening to this back.

Maybe I can go to a deep web forum and find a way to turn back time.. (PNWS you can I that Podcast idea for free)

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