7 episodes

In the official, fan-driven companion podcast for HBO's The Nevers, join Rooster Teeth's Barbara Dunkelman and Jessica Vasami as they dive into the exciting world and characters of The Nevers. They'll talk about the jaw-dropping moments from each episode, theorize about what might come next, and have fun, in-depth conversations with guests from the show!

The Touch Base: The Official Nevers Podcast HBO

    • TV & Film
    • 3.3 • 134 Ratings

In the official, fan-driven companion podcast for HBO's The Nevers, join Rooster Teeth's Barbara Dunkelman and Jessica Vasami as they dive into the exciting world and characters of The Nevers. They'll talk about the jaw-dropping moments from each episode, theorize about what might come next, and have fun, in-depth conversations with guests from the show!

    “True” with Laura Donnelly and Zackary Momoh

    “True” with Laura Donnelly and Zackary Momoh

    Hosts Barbara Dunkelman and Jessica Vasami tackle the shocking Season One: Part One finale of The Nevers: “True.” They analyze the massive reveals, get excited about what’s to come in Season One: Part Two, and get great insights from special guests Laura Donnelly and Zackary Momoh, who play Amalia True and Horatio Cousens.

    CREDITS

    In Partnership with HBO

    Executive Producer - Jordan Levin

    Producer - Christian Young

    Director - Hannah McCarthy

    Talent - Barbara Dunkelman, Jessica Vasami, Kayla MIlton, Charlotte McGrath, Hannah McCarthy

    Writers - Christian Young, Hannah McCarthy

    Creative Director - Eric Baudour

    Production Manager - Shane Gordon

    Technical Director - Nicholas Vettorel

    Second Unit Technical Directors - Christian Young, Michael Lindblad

    Graphics Designer - Josie Young

    Senior Editor/Post Producer - Peyton McLeod

    Special Thanks - Nadia Elias, Tim Goessling

     

    Thank you to our guests!

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    “Hanged” with Amy Manson

    “Hanged” with Amy Manson

    Hosts Barbara Dunkelman and Jessica Vasami discuss episode five of The Nevers: “Hanged.” They react to the biggest bombshells, wonder what comes next, and talk to special guest Amy Manson, who plays Maladie.

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    “Undertaking” with Elizabeth Berrington and Rochelle Neil

    “Undertaking” with Elizabeth Berrington and Rochelle Neil

    Hosts Barbara Dunkelman and Jessica Vasami dive into episode four of The Nevers: “Undertaking.” They tackle the biggest twists, discuss lingering questions, and talk to special guests Elizabeth Berrington and Rochelle Neil, who play Lucy Best and Bonfire Annie.

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    • 34 min
    “Ignition” with Ben Chaplin

    “Ignition” with Ben Chaplin

    Join hosts Barbara Dunkelman and Jessica Vasami as they talk about episode three of The Nevers: “Ignition.” They react to the most shocking moments from the episode and speak with special guest Ben Chaplin, who plays Frank Mundi.

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    • 29 min
    “Exposure” with Tom Riley and James Norton

    “Exposure” with Tom Riley and James Norton

    Hosts Barbara Dunkelman and Jessica Vasami discuss episode two of The Nevers: “Exposure.” They highlight the most memorable scenes from the episode and get fun insight from special guests Tom Riley and James Norton, who play Augie Bidlow and Hugo Swann.

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    • 28 min
    "Pilot" with Laura Donnelly and Ann Skelly

    "Pilot" with Laura Donnelly and Ann Skelly

    In the first episode of The Touch Base, hosts Barbara Dunkelman and Jessica Vasami discuss episode one of The Nevers: "Pilot." They recap the biggest jaw-dropping moments from the series premiere and talk about everything The Nevers with special guests Laura Donnelly and Ann Skelly, who play Amalia True and Penance Adair.

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    • 35 min

Customer Reviews

3.3 out of 5
134 Ratings

134 Ratings

earthbeauty ,

It’s better if you watch them on YouTube

I agree this podcast is difficult too listen to. However I found them on YouTube where you can “see” them speaking to each other and guests and it’s much better that way. I like how they show clips from the show when they are referring to certain scenes. The unofficial the never podcast has better in-depth content although it drags on for bit too long for my taste.

Trinity1002 ,

I’ve been spoiled

I became a fan of TV show podcasts after listening to David Chen and Joanna Robinson’s, “Decoding WestWorld.” It was clear and extremely enjoyable for the listener to hear just how much work they put into researching behind the scenes of a very complicated show like WestWorld. I guess it’s an issue of personal preference but I prefer a podcast that offers more than the type of general observations that I could make myself. I encourage the current hosts to do a little more homework. Please offer something more than the obvious. Feel free to dive deeper.

Nerisa ,

Nevers

I do like the show and the podcast. It is very nice to listen to the commentary. I do learn things when I listen, especially after I watch the episode right before.

Keep up the good work ;-)

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