27 episodes

“Junction” is an LGBTQA audio webseries/audio drama (with a healthy dose of comedy) about four girls and a mystery in the desert… Co-created and produced by Dylan Hysen and Mel Moyer, written by Moyer and directed by Hysen, this series takes you through the tumultuous and drama-filled final high school summer for four friends as they try to podcast their way through the case of a girl gone missing in the shadow of a legendary mountain. But personal relationships and blossoming romantic tensions begin to overshadow their goals.

Junction Series Dylan Hysen & Mel Moyer

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    • 4.3, 20 Ratings

“Junction” is an LGBTQA audio webseries/audio drama (with a healthy dose of comedy) about four girls and a mystery in the desert… Co-created and produced by Dylan Hysen and Mel Moyer, written by Moyer and directed by Hysen, this series takes you through the tumultuous and drama-filled final high school summer for four friends as they try to podcast their way through the case of a girl gone missing in the shadow of a legendary mountain. But personal relationships and blossoming romantic tensions begin to overshadow their goals.

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

ezgo22 ,

Really good start

4 girls try to discover what happened to a missing friend. Along the way, they get distracted by dating each other. I'm always on the look out for lesbian centric audio dramas and this is one of the rare good ones. It manages to strike that balance of good acting, interesting characters, and a pace that allows for character progression but isn't glacial. I'm particularly impressed by how none of the romance feels forced. Believe you me, from listening to way too many audio dramas and especially LGBTQ audio dramas, the restraint and patience to build a believable romance on display here is far too rare.

geepow79 ,

🤬

I’m a little tired of podcasts that quit in the middle of a story. I feel that, if you’re going to start something with the obvious goal of getting listeners to invest in your story, give it an ending! This could have been wrapped up with one or two more episodes.
That said, however, it’s a well made, engaging podcast. If it was completed, I would rate it 4-5 stars. It can be confusing trying to figure out who is speaking at any given time but, other than that, it had me hooked.

Telekenis man ,

Freaking Awesome

I think the plot is super good and the voicing for these characters are great. They all seem very natural, I feel as though I'm just a guest on a actual phone call just on mute. Love the character interactions between them all. Can't wait to see what's coming next in future podcast , keep it up def will recommend.

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