Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist Soundtrack: Every Song In Season 1

Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist season 1 features 70+ songs performed by the cast in each episode. Here's every track and which character sings them.

Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist Soundtrack: Every Song In Season 1

Here is every song in Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist season 1 and which character(s) perform them. Created by Austin Winsberg, Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist is an NBC musical comedy/drama series starring Jane Levy as Zoey Clarke, a brilliant computer coder who magically gains the power to hear other people's deepest desires - but performed as pop songs.

Described by Zoey herself as "X-Men meets The Voice", Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist season 1 features over 70 tracks -which are called "heart songs" in the series - all performed by the show's extraordinarily talented cast. As she adjusts to her inexplicable new powers, Zoey realizes it's now her job to help whoever is singing to her with whatever life issue they're going through. Whether it's dealing with her eclectic co-workers at the tech company SPRQPoint, where Zoey manages a team of coders which includes her best friend Max (Skylar Astin), her crush Simon (John Clarence Stewart), and her demanding boss Joan (Lauren Graham), or coping with her dying father Mitch (Peter Gallagher) alongside her angelic mother Maggie (Mary Steenburgen) and her older brother David (Andrew Leeds), Zoey's suddenly musical life grows increasingly complicated. Luckily, Zoey has her wise, genderfluid neighbor Mo (Alex Newell) to straighten her out.

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Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist's musical performances comprise both singing and elaborate dance numbers choreographed by Mandy Moore, who is also a producer. Each heart song explores the innermost feelings of the characters and it's a gimmick that works extraordinarily well thanks to each actor going all-in with gusto. With a soundtrack tailor-made to become every fan's new favorite Spotify list, here's Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist season 1's entire song catalog, episode-by-episode, along with which character sings which heart song.

Episode 1 - "Pilot"

  • "Angel of the Morning" by Juice Newton (Mo)
  • "Wake Me Up Before You Go Go" by Wham! (Mo)
  • "Morning Has Broken" by Eleanor Farjeon (Mo)
  • "Good Morning" by Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed (Mo)
  • "All By Myself" by Eric Carmen (Lonely Woman)
  • "Whatta Man" by Salt-N-Pepa (Three Oogling Women)
  • "Help!" by The Beatles (San Francisco Crowd)
  • "Lean On Me" by Alex Withers (Mo)
  • "Mad World" by Tears For Fears (Simon)
  • "All I Do Is Win" by DJ Khalid (Lief)
  • "True Colors" by Cyndi Lauper (Mitch)
  • "I Think I Love You" by The Partridge Family (Max)

Episode 2 - "Zoey's Extraordinary Best Friend"

  • "I've Got The Music In Me" by Kiki Dee (Zoey)
  • "Sucker" by The Jonas Brothers (Max)
  • "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)" by Whitney Houston (Crowd)
  • "Moondance" by Van Morrison (Mitch)

Episode 3 - "Zoey's Extraordinary Boss"

  • "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" by The Rolling Stones (Joan)
  • "How Can You Mend A Broken Heart" by The Bee Gees (Maggie)
  • "Superstar" from Jesus Christ Superstar (Coders)
  • "NO" by Meghan Trainor (Simon)
  • "Roar" by Katy Perry (Joan)

Episode 4 - "Zoey's Extraordinary Neighbor"

  • "Great Pretender" by The Platters (Mo)
  • "Margaritaville" by Jimmy Buffett (Bonnie)
  • "Kokomo" by The Beach Boys (Bonnie)
  • "Wrecking Ball" by Miley Cyrus (Joan)
  • "This Little Light of Mine" by Harry Dixon Loes (Mo)

Episode 5 - "Zoey's Extraordinary Failure"

  • "Just Give Me A Reason" by Pink (featuring Nate Ruess) (David and Emily)
  • "(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party!)" by the Beastie Boys (David)
  • "Everybody Hurts" by R.E.M. (Lief)
  • "It's Your Thing" by The Isley Brothers (Mitch)
  • "Should I Stay Or Should I Go" by The Clash (Simon)

Episode 6 - "Zoey's Extraordinary Night Out"

  • "You Give Love A Bad Name" by Bon Jovi (Autumn)
  • "Tik Tok" by Ke$ha (Joan)
  • "Say My Name" by Destiny's Child (Jessica)
  • "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" by The Proclaimers (Max)

Episode 7 - "Zoey's Extraordinary Confession"

  • "A Little Less Conversation" by Elvis Presley (Maggie)
  • "If I Can't Have You" by Shawn Mendes (Max)
  • "Don't Speak" by No Doubt (Tobin)
  • "Bailamos" by Enrique Iglesias (Mo and Eddie)
  • "I Put a Spell On You" by Screamin' Jay Hawkins (Lief)

Episode 8 - "Zoey's Extraordinary Glitch"(Every Song Sung By Zoey)

  • "Crazy" by Gnarls Barkley
  • "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" by Jimmy Boyd
  • "Pressure" by Billy Joel
  • "I'm Yours" by Jason Mraz
  • "I Want You To Want Me" by Cheap Trick
  • "How Do I Live?" by LeAnn Rimes

Episode 9 - "Zoey's Extraordinary Silence"

  • "The Sound of Silence" by Simon and Garfunkel (Howie and Mitch)
  • "Buttons" by The Pussycat Dolls (Emily)
  • "Fight Song" by Rachel Platten (Abigail)
  • "The Trouble With Love Is" by Kelly Clarkson (Mo)
  • "Happier" by Marshmello (featuring Bastille) (Simon and Jessica)

Episode 10 - "Zoey's Extraordinary Outburst"

  • "Here I Go Again On My Own" by Whitesnake (Simon and Max)
  • "Let's Stay Together" by Al Green (Lief)
  • "Mad World" by Tears For Fears (Simon)
  • "The Boy Is Mine" by Brandy & Monica (Joan and Ava)
  • "Perfect" by Ed Sheeran (Maggie and Mitch)

Episode 11 - "Zoey's Extraordinary Mother"

  • "We Gotta Get Out Of This Place" by The Animals (Maggie, David, and crowd)
  • "Feeling Good" by Nina Simone (Deb)
  • "All Out of Love" by Air Supply/"Bye Bye Bye" by *NSYNC (Lief and Max)
  • "Issues" by Julia Michaels (Mo)
  • "Get Together" by The Youngbloods (Joan and Ava)

Episode 12 - "Zoey's Extraordinary Dad"

  • "Bad Moon Rising" by Credence Clearwater Revival (Zoey)
  • "Jealous" by Nick Jonas (Simon)
  • "I Will Follow Him" by Peggy March (Mo)
  • "All Of Me" by John Legend (Max)
  • "I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)" by Pitbull (Max)
  • "Lullaby (Goodnight My Angel)" by Billy Joel (Mitch and David)
  • "Dream A Little Dream Of Me" (Maggie)
  • "American Pie" by Don McLean (The cast of Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist)

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Infinity War’s Biggest Question Is What Endgame DIDN’T Show

The MCU hasn't addressed what actually happened to the victims of Thanos' snap in Infinity War, with the possibility that none of them actually died.

Infinity War’s Biggest Question Is What Endgame DIDN’T Show

Both and avoided answering a big question: what specifically happened to the victims of Thanos’ (Josh Brolin) Snap? At the end of Avengers: Infinity War, Thanos manages to achieve his goal, assembling the Infinity Stones and snapping his fingers while wearing the Infinity Gauntlet. The Avengers watch in horror as many of them crumble into dust, realizing that this is happening to half of everyone living in the universe. But what exactly happened to his victims?

Avengers: Endgame picks up immediately after the remaining Avengers' defeat, and with the help of Captain Marvel (Brie Larson), they find and kill Thanos in the film's opening sequence. Avengers: Endgame's five-year time-jump skips to the resounding emotional aftermath of half the universe being dusted out of existence, but after the Time Heist and Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) snaps half the universe back into existence, the film doesn't explore what happened to them. 

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The obvious answer is that the victims of the Snap in Infinity War all died, but there’s little detail given for the specifics of what that means. Add in what people who came back in the Blip have said, and it paints an unclear picture of what happened. There are some details that suggest no one actually died in the Snap, which has a surprising amount of credibility and only makes a deeper mystery of what happened to the Snap victims.

Roughly the first third of Avengers: Endgame is about the aftermath of the Snap from the perspective of the survivors. Support groups are formed, and the world is plunged into a gray depression, as the remaining Avengers struggle to maintain order and reckon with their failure. Once Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) pitches the Time Heist, and the Avengers succeed in bringing all of the Infinity Stones back from other timelines, Hulk snaps his fingers, and everyone who was dusted in the Snap returns.

Instead of exploring what happened to everyone, the returning heroes fight Thanos from an alternate timeline. The only lines of dialogue given to experiencing the Snap by one of its victims comes from Spider-Man (Tom Holland) who tells Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) that he "got all dusty, and I must've passed out because I woke up, and you were gone." His description of experiencing the Snap sets the stage for what other characters describe in the next MCU movie.

picks up where Endgame left off, addressing more of what happened to everyone. Students talk about “the Blip” over shots of high school band members dusting away and then reappearing on the same basketball court. Five years after everyone disappeared, when the survivors had moved on with their lives, suddenly everyone was back, which treats the event as something between a notable historical event and a joke. The movie mines it for a lot of humor, from Flash Thompson (Tony Revolori) getting shut down buying alcohol to Brad Davis going from little kid to classmate of the main characters. Even May Parker (Marisa Tomei) humorously describes popping back into her apartment just to find that someone else is living there now. While some of the humor is , the full consequences of the Blip are more macabre than the film's tone might imply.

Related: Avengers: Infinity War Theory - Each Infinity Stone’s Role In Thanos’ Snap

May’s description raises some questions about what happened. From her description, it sounds like she was there one moment, gone the next, then right back where she was before with no time passing from her perspective, even though she was gone for five years. Taken literally, that suggests that there’s no afterlife in the MCU, or that if there is one, then none of the characters experienced one. That doesn’t match with other movies in the MCU that show an afterlife. In , Thor (Chris Hemsworth) communicates with Odin (Anthony Hopkins) in Valhalla, and . If the Snap didn’t actually kill anyone, the characters not experiencing an afterlife would make sense.

There already are a lot of consequences of the Snap for everyone who survived in the MCU. Phase 4 of the MCU will offer more opportunities to deal with exactly what happened to victims of the Snap. , , and the third MCU Spider-Man movie all star characters who disappeared in the Snap, with others likely to appear in the other movies. This gives the MCU plenty of time to dig into other characters' descriptions of being snapped out of existence.

These movies are likely to deal with the Snap more because they're not just Far From Home’s light-hearted palate-cleanser following the heaviness of Endgame. Particularly,  provides a unique opportunity to explore the mechanics of the Snap because not only was Strange blipped out of existence, but as Sorcerer Supreme, he has a much deeper knowledge of other realms and the different possible versions of the afterlife. It’s also set to have a horror tinge to it, which matches perfectly with that kind of universal-scale trauma. What is more, Eternals has an extended timeline that will cover time periods before and after the Snap, and given the characters' potential relationship to Thanos, it is likely that they will also shed more light on the Snap's consequences and effects.

While Thanos successfully snapped away half of all life in the universe in Avengers: Infinity War, exactly what happened to them isn’t clear. There’s been a limited time so far to explore just what the victims of the Snap experienced during those five years or if absolutely nothing happened to them. It’s a mystery hiding in the margins of the MCU, which Phase 4 gives them the opportunity to really explore.

Next: Marvel’s Phase 4 Will Make Or Break The MCU

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