20 episodes

Enter The Cromwell Chronicles: a world of rain, pine trees, and magic. It is a story where a rejection from your crush is just as important as a power-hungry demon. This is a show born from a love of the Pacific Northwest and melodramatic teen dramas, and the desire to tell the stories that don’t often get told in popular media. Through the messy metaphor of monsterhood, our young adults explore themes of identity and community. Maybe along the way, we'll find the magic within ourselves.

The Cromwell Chronicles Midnight Ceremonies Media

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    • 5.0 • 5 Ratings

Enter The Cromwell Chronicles: a world of rain, pine trees, and magic. It is a story where a rejection from your crush is just as important as a power-hungry demon. This is a show born from a love of the Pacific Northwest and melodramatic teen dramas, and the desire to tell the stories that don’t often get told in popular media. Through the messy metaphor of monsterhood, our young adults explore themes of identity and community. Maybe along the way, we'll find the magic within ourselves.

    Love Wins

    Love Wins

    Memories resurface and long overdue conversations are had leading up to the Battle of the Bands in the final episode of The Cromwell Chronicles.



    CW: Mentions of death, grief, vampirism/turning, drowning, and amnesia. Brief discussion of cheating.

    • 2 hr 47 min
    Hopeful

    Hopeful

    David makes a pivotal choice while Ximena confronts the aftermath of his. Palace of the Dead holds their first practice, and things begin wrapping up as we enter the epilogue.



    CW: Mentions of drowning, death, and dead bodies. Discussion of divorce/inconsistent parental figures. Smoking (marijuana). Brief mentions of physical violence, bullying. Mild player character conflict.



    Links to the episode transcript and full credits can be found at midnightceremoniesmedia.com

    • 2 hr 33 min
    Like Normal People

    Like Normal People

    The gang meets for a picnic lunch in the park and finally discuss plans for band practice.



    CW: Mentions of drowning, existentialism, and death. Descriptions of characters eating food. Discussion of grief and the death of a loved one.



    Links to the episode transcript and full credits can be found at midnightceremoniesmedia.com

    • 2 hr 31 min
    Welcome Home

    Welcome Home

    The gang deals with an irrational gnome. Ximena shows Daisy Mae her magic and Ro comes to terms with the world around him.



    CW: Physical violence and injury. Player character conflict. Discussion of death and grief. Mention of smoking.



    Links to the episode transcript and full credits can be found at midnightceremoniesmedia.com

    • 2 hr 40 min
    What Monsters Look Like

    What Monsters Look Like

    Everyone is worried when police cars show up on campus. Wrenn investigates.



    CW: Description of a dead body/skeleton. Mentions of vampiric hypnosis and feeding. Death. Police activity (investigation of a crime scene). Mild player character conflict.



    Links to the episode transcript and full credits can be found at midnightceremoniesmedia.com.

    • 2 hr 30 min
    Not A Person, But A Story

    Not A Person, But A Story

    Vignettes of what Daisy Mae and Ro got up to on the afternoon of November 7th.



    CW: Description of vampire attack/feeding, mentions of hypnosis/supernaturally induced memory loss, brief mentions of murder.



    Links to the episode transcript and full credits can be found at midnightceremoniesmedia.com.

    • 1 hr 27 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Blooming Bee ,

Compelling Storytelling

I quite enjoyed the start of this new series and look forward to hearing more! Highly recommended for fans of teen drama, supernatural tales, imaginative role play, and/or anyone looking for a new story to follow.

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