"case 63" It has three seasons and 30 episodes in total (Photo: Spotify)

“Case 63″ became a overall success since it came out a couple of years ago. After three seasons on the air, the podcast about travels in the time is over. However, the latest episode has also opened up a universe of possibilities.

The Chilean audio series, created by Julio Roja, was launched on November 12, 2020 in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Since then, it has had an unpredictable impact on the population, managing to position itself among the most listened to on the Spotify platform.

In addition, it has been adapted in countries such as Brazil, India and the United States. In the latter, well-known Hollywood actors such as Julianne Moore and Oscar Isaac were used as the leading voices.

On October 18 of this year, they broadcast the last episode of “Case 63”. However, in honor of the important date of November 24 in history, they have released a special chapter.

Below, we’ll tell you what the podcast is about, and if it catches your eye, we’ll explain how you can listen to it.

“Case 63” has three seasons and 30 episodes in total (Photo: Spotify)


“Case 63″ tells the story of Pedro Roiter (Néstor Cantillana), a man who appeared in the city of Santiago de Chile suddenly and is disoriented. The psychiatrist Elisa Aldunate (Antonia Zegers) treats him and he tells her that he is a time traveler from the year 2062. She assures that he is trying to prevent a vortex-type event that will have catastrophic consequences worldwide.

Inspired by the COVID-19 pandemicJulio Rojas created this when he began to meditate on how big events were caused by small actions like a purchase in a market in Wuhan, China.

Within fiction, the virus is known as “Pegasus”. The series is narrated in different time lines, since “Case 63″ tends to play with the minds of the listeners.


“Case 63″ is an original podcast on Spotify, so it can be heard exclusively through this platform. If you are interested in learning about this intricate history, you can access through .

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