TOMORROW, THE VOID

a science fiction podcast

Light-years away from a dying Earth, humanity’s last hope rides aboard the Dellingr, a ship on course to a distant planet to start life anew. Follow the five crew members on board, far away from all they knew and loved, tasked with a mission that is falling apart in unexpected, strange, and horrific ways. Are all the classic sci-fi’s wrong? Is love really the answer to everything? Or was this all doomed from the start?

Season one features eight 20-30 minute episodes released bi-weekly with mini-sodes in-between. Each episode adds clues to the mystery and ramps up the existential horror.

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season one

Teaser

This is not a love story. I wish it was. There is a scream that began when the universe did. And it won’t end until the universe rips itself apart. Tomorrow, the Void. A new science fiction podcast by Andrew Santoro and Kelsey Henry. Coming soon.

For Tomorrow, from today

Earth Archive File 1-001: Advertisement seeking new investors for Xenoa’s space colonization efforts. Year unknown.

Tomorrow, the Void. Episode One Coming Soon.

Created by Andrew Santoro and Kelsey Henry. Cover art by Robert James Algeo. Voices: Charlie Van Stee, Charles Hubbell. Original music by Charlie Van Stee.

Meet the crew

Earth Archive File 1-002: Meet the crew members of the Dellingr, the first of nineteen colonization ships to depart the solar system.

Tomorrow, the Void. Episode One coming soon.

Created by Andrew Santoro and Kelsey Henry. Cover art by Robert James Algeo. Original music by Charlie Van Stee.

Voices: Charlie Van Stee as the Spokesperson; Ro Cornell as Captain Calloway; Yasin Elabdi as XO; Lee Fillingsness as Fyodor; Kelsey Henry as Argus; Andrew Santoro as David; Charles Hubbell as Milton.