With much of the country being advised to social distance this Thanksgiving holiday, and to keep celebrations to just the immediate family, why not curl up on the couch with your headphones on as you listen to the soothing voice of “Days of our Lives” star Eric Martsolf (Brady Black) who takes on the role of Keith, a dangerous con-man who preys on the public under the guise of being a friendly rideshare driver in the action-packed adventure podcast series, “Ride Share.”
Debuting in September, the 10-part series is set to conclude its run on Thursday, December 3. The finale, which promises to reveal a shocking sci-fi twist about Keith that will keep you on the edge of your seat, follows several passengers who enter a strangers car, ordered via an app, in order to get to their next destination. The series asks, “Why are we so trusting with people we don’t know? Should we really be putting our lives in the hands of a stranger?” Based on all the drama that follows Keith everywhere he goes, we’d say the answer is a resounding “No!” (Speaking from a fictional standpoint.)
In addition to the Daytime Emmy Award winner, “Ride Share” also stars Britt Baron (“Glow,” Final Fantasy VII: Remake”), and features guest stars Cooper Barnes (“Henry Danger”), Julie Nathanson (“Avengers Assemble”), Olivia DeLaurentis (“Apocalypse Goals”), Stacey J. Aswad (Must Do Disney), Regan Burns (“Supernatural”) and many other top voice artists.
To listen to the podcast in preparation for the series finale, releasing Thursday, December 3, click here. Visually, you can watch the podcast in all its storyboard glory by clicking here (or clicking the play button below).