FINDING FELICITY IS BACK! But before we get to Season 2 of Felicity (and Keri Russell's haircut!), Teresa is taking a brief looksee at J.J. Abrams' latest offering about a curly-haired, creative young woman making a go of it in New York City.
Little Voice (Apple TV+), created by Abrams, Sara Bareilles, and Jessie Nelson, tells the story of Bess King, a singer/songwriter who isn't quite ready to share her voice with the world. As it seemed like a very Felicity-esque offering, Teresa decided to check it out in a five-part miniseries to see how it stacks up to Felicity, how it stands as a show in its own right, and how accurately it portrays the lives of women in their 20s.
In Part 3, Teresa talks about Episode 7 of Little Voice, Season 1: "Ghost Light."
Due to reasons explained in this episode, there will be TWO more episodes in this miniseries!
Episode 26 drops on Friday, August 21st
Episode 27 drops on Friday, August 28th
Check out the song "Ghost Light" from this episode.
LISTEN to our "HOPEFUL VOICE" playlist on Spotify!
LISTEN to our "ANGRY VOICE" playlist on Spotify!
This week's #LittleQuestion: What's one song you'd put on your CREATIVITY playlist?
This episode leaned hard into Bess’ process, and I know that for so many of us, myself included, music can inspire creativity in artists of all kinds. So, let me know what song you need to have going when you need to get the creative juices flowing. You can send them by:
- Recording a voice message at our new home at Anchor by clicking the "Message" button at the top of the page.
- Answering on Twitter using the hashtag #FelicityPodQ
- Comment on the discussion posts on Facebook and Instagram
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Host/Executive Producer: Teresa Jusino
Produced by: Pomonok Entertainment and Fanbase Press
Recorded at Pomonok Entertainment Headquarters in North Hollywood, CA.
Edited by: Teresa Jusino
Logo design by: Barbra Dillon
Little Voice theme written and performed by Sara Bareilles
Finding Felicity: Because coming of age never seems to stop.