One More Turn Renewed for Season 10


Owner, Civilized Communication
Oct 24, 2000
Ontario, Canada

The dramedy podcast One More Turn (OMT), about geeks dealing with non-geeky problems both personal and professional, has been renewed for a tenth season. Having recently concluded its ninth season and now up to one-hundred-and-twenty-three episodes, one can follow the show on Twitter and check out its YouTube channel for caption capability. Season 10 is to feature 13 episodes and at least begun to be published in 2024.

Whether towards the court of law, through the court of public opinion or on the campaign of the political sphere, One More Turn is a story set in a small town in the near future. It combines comedy and drama to bear witness to ever-changing relationships that intersect family, friend and foe. The personalities of its characters are influenced by their pasts, driven by their performances in the present and are affected by their ambitions for the future. Computer turn-based strategy gamers or not, their success -- or lack thereof -- in and/or out-of-game that is what makes or breaks them.

Begun in 2014, One More Turn's latest season features more than forty music selections by composer Kevin MacLeod across almost two hours of original writing and voiceover work. The show was one of ten nominees in the "Storyteller & Drama" category of both the 2019 and 2022 Podcast Awards.

OMT's Season 9 Commentary is scheduled for release on December 26th, 2022.
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