Episode Reviewed: "Radiationships", Season 1, Episode: 1.
The show began to take form in the summer of 2016, while Tavius felt like his world was crumbling around him. This caused him to think about a world where it didn’t just /feel/ like it was the end of the world, but it was, in fact, the actual Apocalypse. He pitched the idea to several people close to him and after about a year of testing and production work, the show was born.
Show Runner(s): Tavius Marshall - Producer
Released on: 2018
Genre: Comedy, Call-in Radio, Post-Apocalypse
Reviewers: Keith Riley, Lisa Watson, Max Baskin, Morgan Hazelwood, Scooter Mann
Post Production: David Allen
- Tell me about how your show started?
- Spooning in the Apocalypse is a passion project/another desperate creative attempt by established Nashville artist, Tavius Marshall. In the summer of 2016 the weird idea, and concept seedlings started sprouting in his brain while his real life was falling apart. Tavius and his wife Ashley Litchford-Marshall, are multi-racial artists who having already started the podcast The Mixer: Legal to Brew a show about multi-racial issues, Tavius wanted to take podcasting to even weirder places. Making a universe where not only does it all feel like the Apocalypse, but it, in actual fact, is; and we are just trying to work through it. Pitching this to chosen persons close to him, Nathan Connor joined as “Radd Flink” and Head Writer/Co-Story Creator , Drew Collins joined as “Shaum Defroyen” and Head Sound Designer/Sound Producer/Music Composer/Audio Tsar, and Ashley Litchford-Marshall joined as the voice of “The Spoon”, Media Designer and Photographer. A year of concept testing and pre-production later, the first episode of Spooning in the Apocalypse was born, the rest is the future.