A podcast season is a way of separating your content into smaller self-contained blocks. For example, each season might focus on a different topic, or you might break it up into batches.
Breaking your show into seasons can be a great way to take some of the pressure off to make sure you’re delivering episodes on time and sounding their best.
Instead of uploading an episode every week, you can release a season of 5, 10, or 20 episodes. Just give your audience as much information as possible, so they know when a new episode doesn’t turn up in their feed, you haven’t disappeared entirely; you’re just on a break.
If you break your show into seasons, you can look at what’s coming up and plan out your episodes according to what’s best for the show and your audience.