Not your traditional RPG podcast, this show is an interesting look into what goes on behind the scenes in games. It goes into the motivations, relationships, and difficulties characters have to face.
I love the style of following the camera. It makes the podcast feel like you'd be watching a movie, with the requisite twists and turns. No one moment feels unimportant.
Jeremiah, Alix, Victor, Aleister, and Silk are well fleshed out characters with their own strong personalities. The player's know that they don't need to be friends to get the job done, which leads to fun moments when they are forced to interact. The MC also does a great job in keeping the story flowing well, despite rarely having the party all together. Scene changes are handled smoothly, and the editing and sound work is extremely well done.
If you're looking for a game that plays the politics of gaming masterfully, give Shadows of St. Fleur a listen!