New: ‘Office Ladies’ w/ Jenna Fischer & Angela Kinsey; ‘Reset’ from Recode & Vox

Did You Hear About “Office Ladies” and “Reset?”

Earwolf is releasing the ultimate re-watch podcast, hosted by two stars of the original show. Plus we have an awesome tech news show from Vox and Recode. Read on for all the data on these shows, and more.

❗️❗️ New Shows ❗️❗️

Lost at the Smithsonian – Get “Lost at the Smithsonian” with actor and comedian Aasif Mandvi as he explores the little-known stories of iconic collectibles at the National Museum of American History. Out now!

Office Ladies – Best friends and former co-stars from “The Office” Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey are doing the ultimate re-watch show. Each week they break down an episode and give exclusive behind-the-scenes stories. Starts Oct. 15.

Reset – From Recode and Vox, three times a week host Arielle Duhaime-Ross helps us understand how every story is a tech story, in a world where algorithms drive our interests, scientists are re-engineering our food supply, and a robot may be your next boss. Launches Oct. 15.

You Must Remember This – Joining Stitcher and Midroll for a new season beginning Oct. 22, this award-winning storytelling podcast from Karina Longworth explores the secret and forgotten histories of Hollywood’s first century.

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Get Rich Nick – Vulture praises Nick Turner’s and Nick Vatterott’s new Earwolf show about the gig economy, saying “[h]idden in the humor, however, is a helpful tip[.]” Advertise now to reach a gender balanced Gen Z and Millennial audience, 18 – 34.


🌟🌟 Perennial Favorites 🌟🌟

The Ringer NBA Show – With the NBA pre-season ready to kick off soon, now is the time to get your campaign in front of the loyal, affluent (46% HHI of $100k) men who listen to this show every week.

Today, Explained – Host Sean Rameswaram tells the Washintonian that ““Today, Explained’ is like the smart friend you call when you don’t understand the news, who’s aware of everything and will tell it to you in a way that feels human[.]” Plus his ad reads are best-in-class, with 100% share-of-voice per episode.

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