7 episodes

The Earth has been destroyed. For the crew of the Exodus, the planet Sumeria may be their last hope. This action-packed serial podcast is presented in 3-D, binaural sound. This is Sumeria.

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    • Fiction
    • 4.8 • 11 Ratings

The Earth has been destroyed. For the crew of the Exodus, the planet Sumeria may be their last hope. This action-packed serial podcast is presented in 3-D, binaural sound. This is Sumeria.

    007. You, Me & Everyone (Season Finale)

    007. You, Me & Everyone (Season Finale)

    A harrowing encounter leads to a showdown between the crew of the Exodus and a previously unforeseen foe.

    • 20 min
    006. Revelations

    006. Revelations

    An expedition into uncharted areas of Sumeria leads to unsettling discoveries.

    • 25 min
    005. Armed and Dangerous

    005. Armed and Dangerous

    The search begins for a missing member of the crew.

    • 30 min
    004. A Dark Mystery

    004. A Dark Mystery

    Captain and Corey return to the docking station to check the status of the Exodus.

    • 31 min
    003. Time to Fly

    003. Time to Fly

    Annika leads the crew to unexplored areas of Sumeria.

    • 30 min
    002. New Planet, New Life

    002. New Planet, New Life

    The crew settles into their new home but Annika has unanswered questions.

    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Ladieinwaiting ,

Representation matters

I love everything about this podcast!! it really allows the imagination To roam free, with being care free and black . It’s Truly great acting plus a amazing delivery in really pushing the imagination and tapping into all the senses. The writing is spot on with narration that is so needed in this world. Please keep going I’m a true fan

nospammers2010 ,

Great characters and action

It's a really enjoyable story with relatable characters. My only problem is the implication that skin-based prejudice will still exist--and increase--in the future. I think the fringe idiots are becoming increasingly marginalized, and would have loved for this story to base the contention on something else.

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