14 episodes

In the early 20th century, a mysterious woman tutors a young girl in the arts of mind reading and clairvoyance. From the creator of The Control Group comes a story that is both a bittersweet coming-of-age story and a diabolical revenge thriller, bound together by cinematic sound design and an intoxicating tapestry of original and traditional music, providing a kaleidoscopic tour from street-corner medicine shows to vaudeville amusement halls of the era.

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    • Drama
    • 4.2 • 296 Ratings

In the early 20th century, a mysterious woman tutors a young girl in the arts of mind reading and clairvoyance. From the creator of The Control Group comes a story that is both a bittersweet coming-of-age story and a diabolical revenge thriller, bound together by cinematic sound design and an intoxicating tapestry of original and traditional music, providing a kaleidoscopic tour from street-corner medicine shows to vaudeville amusement halls of the era.

    The Original Soundtrack

    The Original Soundtrack

    One of The Seventh Daughter's distinguishing features is its music, and this episode presents a selection of original and adapted music created for the podcast by Rob Gal. Featuring performances by Minka Wiltz and Flournoy Holmes.
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    • 32 min
    Deleted Scenes 2

    Deleted Scenes 2

    Series creator Bret Wood presents more scenes that were removed from The Seventh Daughter prior to its release.
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    • 25 min
    Deleted Scenes 1

    Deleted Scenes 1

    Series creator Bret Wood shares a selection of scenes that were removed from The Seventh Daughter prior to its release.
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    • 26 min
    The Grave

    The Grave

    Pearl (Elizabeth Hunter) confronts Corbeau (Kevin Godley); Rose’s (Minka Wiltz) truths are finally revealed.
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    • 45 min
    The Loving Cup

    The Loving Cup

    In an elaborate occult ceremony, Pearl (Elizabeth Hunter) is introduced to the followers of Corbeau (Kevin Godley), and forms an unlikely friendship with Bax (Rachel Frawley). Acting on Pearl’s behalf, Albert (Tim McDonough) searches for Rose (Minka Wiltz) in an East Coast dime museum.
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    • 42 min
    The Scientist

    The Scientist

    Having tasted power and earned the confidence of Albert von Schrenck-Notzing (Tim McDonough), Pearl (Elizabeth Hunter) attempts to break free of Rose’s (Minka Wiltz) control, bringing herself one step closer to Corbeau.
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    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
296 Ratings

296 Ratings

Nickeldoglover ,

Fantastic immersive series

This is a wonderful, original, immersive series. I binged the entire season over two days and I sincerely hope a season 2 is in the works. I listen to a lot of podcasts and this is one of the best from the idea, to the actors, to the music; it’s all top notch.

El Duque of ATL ,

Fiendishly Clever & Captivating

A pleasantly surprising tale about the stories people and tell and the characters they play to get by in a world where the odds are stacked perilously against them. Wicked details paint a vivid picture in this audiodrama that would make for one helluva movie or tv series of the right people were in charge of it.

True Crime Listener 4 ,

Mediocre at best

The story premise had great potential to be captivating and intriguing. However, the voice acting of the lead Pearl was terrible. Her voice had no character or emotion. It was flat and mostly monotone. At first I was unsure if it was intentional and part of the portrayal. But, in the scenes where Pearl was supposed to be showing great emotion and range, it just failed. It sounded like a high schooler reading out loud in a classroom.

Rose, on the other hand, had voice acting that was well done. The quality of her voice acting probably made the subpar performance of Pearls stand out more.

A couple of other voices weren’t so great, such as Sister Evangaline. Her voice sounded to modern with accent and tone, and not matched for the time period this was set.

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