What if someone stole the internet? This comedy caper takes 100% real concepts, like the seven keys to the internet, cyber police, relay calls, photocopier black boxes, 419 scams, and more, and turn it into an anthology of nerdy crime stories tied together by a global plan to end the internet. it's a series of heists ranging from hijacking top secret military satellites, to stealing a dude's pants. Features 73 actors from all over the world, including Paul F. Tompkins, Felicia Day, Jemaine Clement, Samm Levine, Amy Stoch and more!
Little Data: Zer0 Kn1ghts Before Christmas
The holiday heist that ruined humanity.
Little Data: Patent Troll
While we wait for the next season, we accidentally premiere a hot new track by Bill Denton and Menace of Desiigner Panda/Life of Pablo. Also, a new show intro by David Rheinstrom of Secrets Crimes and Audiotape/Radio Drama Revival.
9: Ends and Means
Season finale! All the computer crimes come to a crital conclusion across the globe. Featuring Amy Stoch (Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure), Samm Levine (Inglorious Basterds), David Cummings (The No Sleep Podcast), Kevin Allison (Risk!) and Cecil Baldwin (Welcome to Night Vale)
8: Call For Backup
A hotel hosts a podcast hijacking in Culpeper, VA. Featuring Felicia Day and Paul F. Tompkins.
7: Because ICANN
All seven keys have been stolen, leading to fire and brimstone in El Segundo, CA. Featuring the cast of Greater Boston.
6: Give Me Space
A signal from beyond the stars reaches Kinlochewe, Scotland. Featuring Felicia Day (Supernatural, Cecil Baldwin (Welcome to Night Vale), Kevin Allison (The State), and a who's who of audio drama.
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a desired kind of chaos
It is chaotic, it is hysterical, and it is a delight of voice-acting and production. You will never be bored throughout Big Data, and I love when in the credits, he explains which parts are TRUE. (There are actual real keys to the internet!) It reminds me a lot of the Coen Brothers sometimes - I *think* my favorite episode is the magician episode. Gosh, it's just so good.
It’s slow, but it picks up
Honestly, it took me until episode 3 to really get into this. But I’m so happy I waited it out because I love this show!
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A funny, over-the-top saga with a great mix of local talent and big names. Estrada aimed high on this project and, in my opinion, really nailed the target. It's a fun listen with a wide range of talent when it comes to comedy, voice acting and music. I went for the casual listen, but the range of each episode works for the binge listener as well. Super fun.