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Please note: This content is not for kids. It is for mature audiences only. This audio comedy features sexual content, adult language and themes, and some violence. It is approved for ages 18 to 41 and ages 43 and up.

From the Emmy-winning creators at Conan O’Brien’s production company Team Coco, A Total Switch Show is an outrageous comedy starring real-life mother and daughter Lea Thompson (Back to the Future) and Zoey Deutch (The Politician) playing a mother and daughter who switch bodies. This NSFW nod to classic films like Freaky Friday gets extra freaky twist after twist, episode after episode. And it boasts an all-star cast, featuring Bradley Whitford, Giancarlo Esposito, Bobby Moynihan, Judy Greer, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Sasheer Zamata, Mitra Jouhari, and more.

Gripped by a global body-swap phenomenon, Emma (Deutch), a go-nowhere daughter, and Lisa (Thompson), a micro-managing mom, wake one morning to see they’ve switched bodies. Already at each other’s throats, this dysfunctional duo desperately tries to find their way back into their own bodies.

Along the way, they manage to screw up each other’s lives while taking the family - a bumbling dad (Whitford) and weirdo little brother (Moynihan) as well as Emma’s sword-obsessed boyfriend (Mintz-Plasse)—along for the ride. Hold tight as they get caught up in an anti-Switchie riot, star in a trashy reality show, and much more. The only people who can help them seem to be the mysterious federal agents at the Switchie Protection Program. When the switch hits the fan, listen to see who can be trusted and who’s got a dirty secret in this maniacal mother-daughter rivalry.

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  • Max Ocklind
  • 28-05-21

Not funny

Good production and acting, but it was not fun listening to sad and angry people arguing and yelling at each other most of the time every episode. Attempts at humor is sprinkled throughout, but most jokes fall flat. I was expecting a comedy, but got a boring plot with boring characters.

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  • Karl Williams
  • 25-05-21

Hilarious & engaging

This was hugely enjoyable fun, hope they follow it up with another series, I'd love to hear more. In short, I hope it comes back, in the future...

N.B. Lea Thompson is still hot stuff!

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  • Pete
  • 22-05-21

original story

enjoyable story but finishes without an ending, I'm left wondering whether there will there be a second season

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  • Cate
  • 13-09-21

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Interesting concept but struggled to finish as the music was excruciating and totally far fetched

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  • Anonymous User
  • 04-08-21

great show that gets you invested

the show gets you invested from first chapter. performance was first rate and fun.

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  • Grey Dingo
  • 24-07-21

Brilliant

Absolutely brilliant. Laugh out loud fun and pure silliness. Loved every single freaking minute.

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  • Justin W.
  • 08-05-21

Fun and over the top

Well crafted radio play. Two episodes in. Amusing and well done. Plot is a chance to play with well known trope and they do it with panache.