As you may have heard, Midroll and Stitcher are officially part of the SiriusXM/Pandora family, joining forces with the leading audio entertainment company. Read the press release. We’re so excited to see what the future holds. In the meantime, we still have tons of exciting new shows to report! Contact your seller or email email@example.com to secure your inventory.
On Purpose—With over 35 million followers across social media, best-selling author and former monk Jay Shetty has a knack for making wisdom go viral. Every week on his podcast, “On Purpose,” he holds fascinating conversations with insightful guests like Kloe Kardashian, Alicia Keys and Malcom Gladwell, and offers thoughtful advice to help guide his educated, millennial listenership through life’s difficult questions. Available 2021.
I Saw What You Did—Author and creator of the viral ‘feminist Ryan Gosling’ meme Danielle Henderson (“Difficult People”) has joined forces with film historian and co-creator of “TCM Underground” Millie De Chirico for a new Exactly Right podcast called “I Saw What You Did.” Each week, these film enthusiasts will program a double-feature of their favorite movies for a diverse audience of entertainment fanatics.
Celebrity Book Club—Behind the headlines and click-bait, all of our favorite female starlets have experienced career obstacles, broken relationships and incredible triumphs—just like everyone else. In her new weekly podcast, “Celebrity Book Club,” writer and comedian Chelsea Devantez (ABC’s “Bless This Mess”) will recap and celebrate the memoirs of celebrity womxn for a diverse, millennial audience.
The Walking Dead Cast—With Halloween fast approaching, it’s no surprise that listeners are tuning in to longtime favorites like “The Walking Dead ‘Cast.” Every week hosts Jason Cabassi and Karen Koppett analyze each episode of the hit AMC show in-depth, cover news and listener feedback and interview the top “Walking Dead” actors and creative talent.
Buffering the Vampire Slayer—Another fan-favorite show that’s been getting some extra attention this spooky season—”Buffering the Vampire Slayer” is a weekly podcast in which professional musician Jenny Owen Youngs and professional writer Kristin Russo discuss “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” one episode at a time for an audience of highly-educated women.
Fake the Nation—This year, politics have been pretty all-consuming. Thankfully, “Fake the Nation” promises to focus on all the comedy in politics without any of the politics in politics. Every week, Negin Farsad and a cast of her funniest, smartest and most astute friends gather at the political roundtable to break down the news, make you laugh and deliver a gut-punch to the American political system.
Spanish Aquí Presents—Earwolf’s first Latinx comedy podcast. Each week, hosts Raiza, Tony, Oscar and Carlos deliver an improv set that’s muy fuego and bring their millennial, Latinx audience the best of the best of lo mejor, of Latinx comedy. Past guests have included comedy titans like Bowen Yang (“SNL”) and Lauren Lapkus (“Orange Is The New Black”).