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  • EPISODE 1:

    THOSE FAMILIAR SPIRITS

    Written by Gabriel Urbina

    Directed by Sarah Shachat

     

    Starring Zach Libresco & Ariela Rotenberg

    1722. In the American colonies, a naive priest has his world turned upside down when a woman comes into his church, claiming to be a witch and in possession of knowledge about the imminent end of the world.

     

    Be advised: this episode contains discussion of witchcraft and religious persecution.

  • EPISODE 2:

    WORLD ENOUGH

    Written by Sarah Shachat

    Directed by Gabriel Urbina

     

    Starring Tom Crowley & Felix Trench

    1821. In the dangerous waters of the South Atlantic Ocean, an experienced sailor encounters an explorer optimistic about the opportunities which will arise from a lucrative new discovery.

     

    Be advised: this episode contains explicit language, gunshots, mentions of survival at sea, and the dangers of exposure.

  • EPISODE 3:

    BITTERS

    Written by Sarah Shachat

    Directed by Gabriel Urbina

     

    Starring Noah Masur & Ellen Winter

    1920. Shortly before Prohibition goes into effect, two soon-to-be-unemployed bartenders in New York City find their friendship tested when one presents a dangerous proposition to the other.

     

    Be advised: this episode contains hateful language, gun violence, and mentions of mob activity.

  • EPISODE 4:

    WHAT HAPPENS WHEN

    THE BEAT DROPS

    Written and Directed by Gabriel Urbina

    Starring Briggon Snow & Cecilia Lynn-Jacobs

    2019. In present-day Palo Alto, a negotiator must talk down a young man who is taking drastic and dangerous measures to fix what he sees as the soon-to-be-irreparable trouble with the world.

     

     

    Be advised: this episode contains explicit language, a tense, menacing situation, and discussions of hate groups, online harassment, and persecution.

  • EPISODE 5:

    YOU'LL KNOW WHEN

    Written by Sarah Shachat

    Directed by Zach Valenti

    Starring Kristen DiMercurio & Jordan Cobb

    2118. A couple weighs the pros and cons of a “miracle drug” that could enhance their ability to love... at the risk of discovering that they may not be compatible after all.

     

    Be advised: this episode contains explicit language.

  • EPISODE 6:

    THE SKY IS FALLING

    Written by Zach Valenti & Gabriel Urbina

    Story by Zach Valenti

    Directed by Sarah Shachat

    Starring Mike Schubert & Zach Valenti

    2217. In a floating city above the clouds, a young researcher must convince a figure of authority to end his current research project, even though it may hold the solution to an imminent crisis.

     

    Be advised: this episode contains mentions of body horror and human experimentation.

  • EPISODE 7:

    A MATTER OF TIME

    Written and Directed by Gabriel Urbina

    Starring Emma Sherr-Ziarko

    2316. In the wake of the death of the last human being and with the imminent destruction of the Earth upon them, two mysterious, beings consider both the dying world and their unique relationship with one another - as well as the question of, “What comes next?”

     

    Be advised: this episode contains a depiction of a natural disaster and discussions of death.

  • Zero Hours was created by Gabriel Urbina, Sarah Shachat, and Zach Valenti, and it is an original production by Long Story Short Productions.

     

    All pre-existing sound effects used in the show are in the public domain, have been filed under Creative Commons License 0, or have been licensed for use through Pond5 or Sound Snap. If you believe that your material has been used improperly at some point in the show, please contact us immediately.

     

    The typeface used in the Zero Hours logo is Ailerons, created by Adilson Gonzales. Visit their website to see more of their designs and original creations.

     

    New York studio recording work for Zero Hours was handled by Jared Paul and James Schoen. UK recording for Zero Hours was handled by Andy Goddard. Visit their websites to learn more about them and listen to some of their other work.