Podcast (Narrative) 25 minutes
Coming Home
Genres: Drama
Content Warnings: Mild Language
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It’s 1968. Martin Luther King has just been assassinated and the world has gone mad. In Beverly Hills, Janice Walker sits at her husband’s funeral. Once rich and prosperous, her husband left Janet and her daughter flat broke. With everything she owns repossessed, Janice must return home to a small town in Utah to restart her life. But that means living with her alcoholic mother, GRANDMA BEA, who could intimidate Hitler, and whom Janice despises.
Perspectives: Women
Studio: Dramafy
From: United States
Writers: Elizabeth Hansen
Lead Actors: Dianna GrahamBarta HeinerScout SmithScott Christopher
Supporting Actors: James ArringtonColleen BaumPeter Reid LambertCecily Ellis-Bills

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