Start with episode 01. Dr. Bright provides therapy for the strange and unusual; their sessions have been recorded for research purposes. Visit www.thebrightsessions.com for more information and additional content. Created by Lauren Shippen
Guest Trailer - IN STRANGE WOODS
Subscribe now by searching "In Strange Woods" in your podcast app. Today, we're bringing you a show that we think you'll love! In Strange Woods is a new musical audio drama from Atypical Artists. It was Executive Produced by by Jeff Luppino-Esposito, Brett Ryback, Matt Sav, Lauren Shippen, and Briggon Snow. Coming December 14th. For more information, please visit instrangewoods.com
The College Tapes - NEW SPINOFF TRAILER
From the creator of The Bright Sessions, comes an all-new Luminary Original Podcast called The College Tapes. Listen to the adventure in real time starting September 30th, only on Luminary.
GUEST EPISODE - NEXT STOP from Multitude
Our friends over at Multitude have released their first scripted fiction podcast, NEXT STOP! Here is the first episode of this wonderful audio sitcom. For more, be sure to subscribe to NEXT STOP on your podcatcher of choice and go to nextstopshow.com.
The Bright Sides - Patient #1-A-5 (Vanessa)
The Bright Sides | *This episode contains discussion of infant death. Listener discretion advised* Dr. Bright gets a visit from her oldest Atypical friend. Visit luminary.link/archives.
The Bright Sides - Patient #6-C-1 (Niko)
The Bright Sides | Dr. Bright has a session with a patient feeling a little...grey. Written by Aron Brown. Performed by Julia Morizawa & Aron Brown.
The Bright Sides - Patient #2-B-4 (Rory)
The Bright Sides | Dr. Bright finally has a reason to use her fire extinguisher. Written and sound designed by Mischa Stanton. Performed by Julia Morizawa and Sammi Lappin.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Great Pod. Multiple Compelling story lines and characters. Sometimes mindless, sometimes philosophical debate and quantum physics. Always entertaining and commercial free!!
The first couple of seasons were good, but then it devolved into a soap opera all about the character’s relationships and drama, which might be some people’s cup of tea, but it’s not mine. I hung on hoping it would get better again, but after episode 50 (the musical episode) I just had to stop. Also, as others have said...Sam is really annoying :|
Good idea, but disappointing writing and acting
This podcast definitely had promise. The concept is really interesting and I like the way the story initially progressed through different therapy sessions. But once it moved out of the sessions and into regular dialogue between friends, the writing and acting became unbelievable - not in a good way. People don’t talk the way these characters do. The content is very repetitive, and there are long segments of dialogue that are probably meant to bring out the relationships, but do absolutely nothing to move the story forward. The dialogue gets overly dramatic and unrealistic, and the way the actors read it sounds too scripted, and not very natural. It feels like listening to a high school play, and I have a feeling many of the high reviews come from teenagers.