Weekly Update: ‘Secret Lives of Black Women’ and bad video games

Hopefully “Game of Thrones” or “Avengers: Endgame” kept you on your toes this weekend. Here are some great new shows that are launching soon.

Let’s talk and get you involved.

Brand New Shows

Secret Lives of Black Women
Two long-time friends discuss their perspectives as young, black women living in America. Comedian Charla Lauriston and her co-host, director Lauren Domino, will share the mic with guests like Sasheer Zamata (“Saturday Night Live”). The first 12-episode season begins July 25. RIYL: “The Read,” “Call Your Girlfriend.”

How Did This Get Played
Co-hosts Nick Wiger from “Doughboys” and comedy writer Heather Campbell (“Saturday Night Live”) dive into video games that make no sense. It’s a sister show to our beloved podcast, “How Did This Get Made,” and we expect a passionate audience following the show on its launch. Starts June 26.


In the ever changing landscape of Canadian politics, host Jesse Brown brings on guests to dive deep into all of the news of the week. An absolute must for any client looking for a presence in Canada.

Perennial Favorites

You Are Not So Smart

One of our longest running partners, Dave McRaney, hosts a show all about psychology and the way we think we “know it all.” Dave’s show has been a consistent performer with direct response advertiser plans. For clients looking at a highly educated audience, this is a great option.

Fantasy Footballers

While football season is over, the fantasy season is just starting with the NFL Draft. This year-round show is ready to prepare its massive listenership headed into the summer. It’s a must add show to all media plans aimed at a high earning, male audience.

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