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The Greer siblings have a lot on their plate- stressful jobs, southern heat, small town politics AND Cryptids with personal problems. Remember, normal is what you get used to. Harbor is an audio drama intended for mature audiences with instances of language, violence and implied sexual situations. Listener discretion is advised.
 
A band of porcine musicians have entered an international competition with the hopes of changing the world's unflattering prejudices concerning their species. An unknown opponent works behind the scenes, however, to sabotage the event. As pranks turn bloody, the swine find that more than their reputation is on the line. If they fail to help local authority capture their enemy, their very lives may be in danger.
 
Flight Risk is a Star Wars Actual Play Crime Dramedy, using the FFG Star Wars ruleset, set during the Old Republic Era. Join Flight Risk, an eccentric group of mercenaries, as they are thrust into the dark and violent world of organized crime. As agents of an enigmatic Count, they traverse the Outer Rim in an attempt to not only survive but to realize their destiny without losing their souls. Flight Risk is hosted by DeWayne Feenstra with players Joe, Velvet, Nemoy, and Kyle joined by additi ...
 
The Unofficial ManCave of Internet Radio is here! Tune in for an entertaining and motivational radio show hosted by Eric Capehart the 33 year Founder and CEO at All The King's Men, Inc. and the often underrated DeMarcus Rogers, a 22 year old Professional Boxer and Motivational Speaker for All The King's Men.
 
It's the 90's, Sam is an awkward, poor white-trash teen. Fate had him end up in a predominantly rich magnet school ‘S.K. Gayle Middle School’ an ‘all nerd school’, if you will. Sam played the Alto Sax since fourth grade, and now he was to join Advanced Band. A Strength in Gaming Production, in association with Hollow9ine Network, and Terror Firma Artist Union. Advanced Band is created by Samson Lancaster Featuring Performances by: Laura Lockwood as Sam & Andy Dave Maresca as Royce & Johnny S ...
 
Horror 'dramedy' podcast. Siblings Andrea and Wren discuss what they're so scared of, and feature all things horror, from true crime to medical mysteries to horror pop culture. The podcast is also interactive in that fans are free to email with their own horror stories for the siblings to discuss in select episodes.
 
A Million Little Stories is a podcast hosted by DJ Nash, creator and Executive Producer of ABC's dramedy "A Million Little Things" featuring behind the scene interviews, show secrets, and other fun facts about the making of the series. It also includes interviews with people DJ has met through the show and in his years writing for TV and doing stand up comedy all across the country. We hope you enjoy it and we hope it inspires you.
 
It's been twenty years since the premiere of HBO's "Six Feet Under." The five-season dramedy about the Fisher family is among host Sam Dingman's most beloved works of art - and co-host Adrien Behn is watching it for the first time. Join them for weekly (re)considerations of America's favorite show about death, and the ways it continues to shape our life.
 
How would you fight a Yeti in hand to hand combat? Would you attempt to sell your soul to the devil in the interest of science? How can you prepare for a zombie apocalypse? Find out all of this and more every week on the Weird Things podcast, where your hosts, Andrew Mayne, Justin Robert Young and Brian Brushwood probe the most challenging questions about the paranormal, supernatural and fringe.
 
A dramedy podcast that explores the highs, lows, and everything in between of divorce, sex, confidence, and dating. Amber and Tina strive to bring awareness to all struggles women face in toxic marriages, singlehood, and navigating the dating world. We’ll explore a huge variety of topics ranging from heartbreaking to pee-your-pants hilarious. We want to share our stories in hopes of helping women recognize their worth and realize they are not alone!
 
When a seance goes awry, Rob finds herself stuck with Azrael, a hilarious wise cracking entity from a realm beyond our own. Azrael and Rob, along with Azrael's former partner, Lydia, form an unlikely trio that must work together to correct a terrible imbalance that has been wrought upon our world. Minefire is a full cast, serialized Audio Dramedy brought to you by TeaWig Productions.
 
Tales of Swordfall is an LGBTQIA+ Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition Actual Play Podcast where groups of players get together and love, learn, and play TTRPGs! We offer character driven storytelling in our Dark, Epic, Romantic Dramedy. Come join many diverse adventurers as they traverse the homebrew world of Swordfall, where one decision by one group and impact the quest of another. Fortune, Romance, Fame, Failure, Folly, and Disasters is always a dice roll away. Support this podcast: https: ...
 
Welcome to the wonderful world of Hex'd: A Charmed Podcast where we, Alex and Kirby, discuss the hit cult 90s TV show with 8 seasons (10 if you count the comic books) from a witchy perspective, being that we kinda practice it a bit. Well..."discuss" is generous. More like "rambles about an old TV dramedy while trying to make jokes and rants about what they did right and wrong about witchcraft". Either way it should be entertaining.
 
Selects is the podcast for people looking to listen to something new, where you can hear great short pieces submitted by independent producers and from up-and-coming podcasts. Each episode features a curated set of short pieces (less than 10 minutes) and provides links to the producers podcast so you can easily subscribe to the ones you liked.
 
Welcome to BOYS vs THE WORLD - a brand new podcast brought to you by the cast of BOYS vs. GIRLS! As they work to conqur the romantic dramedy genre, so will they attempt to conquer the podcast world! Each week Freddy, Rob, Scott and Clint share stories of their crazy TV and film careers (some funny, some sad, some just outrightly unbelievable), interview their actor friends, all the while trying to just figure things out in front of you very eyes... er ears.
 
With Caulk and Candles is a supernatural dramedy about Garrett Lochlan after he receives a fake spell book as a gag gift. He soon finds out that any spell he tries (whether it be from the fake book, silly websites, or even from tv shows) work for him even when they shouldn't. This catches the attention of the local coven and they start the process of seeing what strange powers are at play. Follow us on twitter @CaulkAndCandles - https://twitter.com/CaulkandCandles Merch: https://www.teepubli ...
 
Jim Carrey's back in a big way! Or is he Mr. Pickles? Let's find out on Kidding! The dramedy and dichotomy of Mr Pickles on camera and private life will be guiding us through the show, and what better way to enjoy it than to talk about it weekly? With the KIDDING AFTERBUZZ TV AFTER SHOW, our panelists discuss the newest episodes each week and break down their opinions on the plot points, predictions, and talk to special guests. Tune in each week for news and gossip and more! Subscribe, share ...
 
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Welcome to the fantastical planet of Weik where the science of Star Wars meets the fantasy of Dungeons & Dragons. A village has gone silent and it is up to three unlikely heroes to discover the cause. Heroes of the Hydian Way’s Kristine Chester leads Victoria Rogers of The Broadswords, DeWayne Feenstra of the Aero-Girl Adventures, and Marie Claire …
 
On today's What to Watch: Selena Gomez, Steve Martin, and Martin Short are partners in true-crime in the Hulu dramedy Only Murders in the Building; after helping viewers tidy up, now Marie Kondo is Sparking Joy on her new Netflix series; and unsuspecting homeowners have a chance to win $25,000 on Jason Biggs' Cash at Your Door. DC's Stargirl star A…
 
On today's What to Watch: Netflix's Britney vs. Spears doc further examines the singer's controversial conservatorship; the new sci-fi drama La Brea — about a huge sink hole opening up in the middle of Los Angeles — debuts on NBC; Rob Lowe hosts the Netflix special Attack of the Hollywood Clichés, where actors, directors, critics, and more break do…
 
Finger-pointing and cloaks and daggers around the origin of COVID as new whistle-blower documents show earlier understanding (and possible cover-up) of COVID than we understood. We’re discovering a large variety of conflicts of interest in our pandemic response. Also, over-building has lead to bespoke ghost towns and demolitions around the world. W…
 
On today's What to Watch: Netflix unveils a ton of first looks at returning favorites including Ozark, Bridgerton, and Stranger Things. The Good Doctor celebrates Shaun and Lea's engagement; Darcey and Stacey prepare for plastic surgery in Turkey; the first celeb goes home on season 30 of Dancing With the Stars. Goliath star Billy Bob Thornton tell…
 
On this weekend's What to Watch: Netflix debuts the new suspense-filled series Midnight Mass, from the Haunting of Hill House creator Mike Flanagan, who tells us why this story is so personal to him. Billy Bob Thornton previews the final season of his drama Goliath, which takes on big pharma and the opioid crisis. Melissa McCarthy stars in the new …
 
Release date 9/24/21 In the episode I talk with comedy and podcasting legend, Kevin Allison. We talk about navigating the uncertain waters of pandemic life, the formation and disillusion of the STATE at MTV and learning to get comfortable with being very uncomfortable. We also talk about the creation of his hit podcast, RISK!, where people tell tru…
 
On today's What to Watch: Law & Order: SVU returns for its 23rd season with a two-hour premiere and tease of an Olivia/Stabler romance; The Other Two wraps up season 2 with two episodes; and Doom Patrol is back for season 3, where Madame Rouge arrives in a time machine. Ashley Zukerman, star of Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol, tells us what he's watchi…
 
On today's What to Watch: EW's Dalton Ross previews the changes, twists, and turns of Survivor 41; Dear White People wraps up its run with a musical season; One Chicago is back, picking up where some of those finale cliffhangers left off. As part of EW's Celebrating Latinx Art series, Hacks star Johnny Sibilly tells us what she's watching. Plus, en…
 
Igor and David decided to talk about age and it's affects on comedy; is it important at what age you start, is there an optimal time to become a comic, and what are some pluses and minuses of starting early vs starting late. Donations We do this podcast for the love of comedy (and our own voices), but we do have certain expenses in terms of equipme…
 
On today's What to Watch: The Resident is checking in for its fifth season on Fox, but star Emily VanCamp is checking out; Fox debuts the new series Our Kind of People, starring Yaya DaCosta as a single mother trying to learn more about secrets she recently uncovered about her family; and Dick Wolf expands his FBI universe with a third series, FBI:…
 
The longest gets longester! Penguins attacked by what? Jupiter caught one to the face and SpaceX did their own space tourism last week! Got something weird? Email neshcom@gmail.com, subject line “Weird Things.” Picks: Andrew: You Only Live Twice and Mustard on YouTube Justin: Heels Bryce: Evangelion: 3.0+1.01 Thrice Upon a Time Support Weird Things…
 
On today's What to Watch: The Crown, Ted Lasso, Hacks, and Mare of Easttown were big winners at the Emmy Awards. Ariana Grande makes her debut as a new coach on NBC's The Voice; Dancing With the Stars returns for its 30th season; and The Big Leap, a drama with a reality dance show twist, debuts on Fox. Lady of the Manor star Melanie Lynskey tells u…
 
On this weekend's What to Watch: EW TV critic and The Awardist podcast co-host Kristen Baldwin joins Gerrad Hall to give her final predictions for some of the biggest categories at this year's Emmy Awards; Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon are back for season 2 of The Morning Show, and Hasan Minhaj tells us about his audition for a big song-an…
 
Release Date 9/17/21 Paula Fontenelle was a noted journalist, a published author, and public relations professional working with high profile politicians and organizations across Brazil when her father took his life in 2005. Her search for meaning in the face of such tragedy led her to make a radical career change, and today Fontenelle is a psychoa…
 
In celebration of International podcasting Month here is a special game of Mutants in the Night DeWayne and velvet played in 2019This is a Mutants in the Night one shot for International Podcast month!CONTENT WARNINGThere are content warnings for fire, violence, and mentions of forced medical procedures.Featuring:Cole Burkhardt on Twitter: @kingcol…
 
On today's What to Watch: Looking back on the legacy of Brooklyn Nine-Nine with EW Sr. Writer Dan Snierson, as we prepare for it's series finale — again; Robert Langdon is back, this time on the small screen in Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol; and Netflix debuts the new animated series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. Steve Lemme and Kevin Heffe…
 
Episode 16 brings another debatable topic; the amount of truth in stand-up material. Two very experienced comics; David and Igor, have quite polarized approach when it comes to this one. Listen to find out which one is a storytelling purist, and which one is just full of bull.Donations We do this podcast for the love of comedy (and our own voices),…
 
On today's What to Watch: Netflix's Nailed It! returns for its sixth season of baking challenges, this time with 30 Rock alum Jack McBrayer as a contestant; Erika reveals a robbery and Tom's house that confuses her Beverly Hills housewives; and America's Got Talent crowns a new winner. Charlamagne Tha God, whose new late-night show debuts Friday, t…
 
Fake Wal-Mart and litecoin rumors. Firefly Alpha launches a big, bright explosion machine. What’s in the latest Mars rock samples? Got something weird? Email neshcom@gmail.com, subject line “Weird Things.” After Things is off this week and will be back next week! Picks: Andrew: What If…? Justin: Anarchy, State, and Utopia Brian: Oathbringer Bryce: …
 
On today's What to Watch: Netflix announces Luther movie starring Idris Elba, Days of Our Lives is reviving its iconic demonic possession story line, and Jeff Bridges reveals his cancer is in remission. Bear Grylls stars in the new interactive movie You vs. Wild: Out Cold; Linda Tripp learns who Monica Lewinsky is having an affair with on the lates…
 
On today's What to Watch: We recap the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, where RuPaul, Maya Rudolph, and Bo Burnham were big winners. The long-delayed Y: The Last Man finally debuts on FX on Hulu; Daisy Haggard's Back to Life returns for its second season; and Gordon Ramsay crowns a winner on Hell's Kitchen: Young Guns. The Eyes of Tammy Faye star Andrew …
 
On this weekend's What to Watch: The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City is back for season 2, which will eventually include Jen Shah's arrest on fraud and money laundering charges; Lucifer is back for its final season; Mary Elizabeth Winstead stars as an assassin with 24 hours to live after being poisoned; Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain star in Sc…
 
Release Date 9/10/21 In this episode I talk with Melissa C. Water, host of the Bag System Podcast. We talk about Tourette's syndrome, common misconceptions about Dissociative Identity Disorder (formerly called multiple personality disorder) and developing a fondness for ones Headmates. Listen on Apple podcasts https://apple.co/3lblMRb or anywhere p…
 
On today's What to Watch: Find out who will be competing on season 30 of Dancing With the Stars. Netflix goes inside the rise and fall of Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali's friendship; Jon Stewart is part of the group trying to help ailing first responders to the 9/11 attacks in the documentary No Responders Left Behind; and the Top Chef franchise gets b…
 
On today's What to Watch: Season 3 of Netflix's social experiment The Circle debuts, and with it some new twists; the Doogie Howser M.D. reboot Doogie Kamealoha M.D. debuts, this time with a 16-year-old female doctor at the lead and set in Hawaii; Wu-Tang: An American Saga returns for its second season on Hulu, as the guys face some uphill battles …
 
On today's What to Watch: Paying tribute to The Wire and Lovecraft Country Michael K. Williams, who has died at 54. Impeachment: American Crime Story debuts and star Annaleigh Ashford tells us about its relevance more than 20 yaers later; Julie Delpy writes and stars in the Netflix series On the Verge, about four Los Angeles women going through mid…
 
On today's What to Watch: EW TV critic Kristen Baldwin and Executive Editor Patrick Gomez join host Gerrad Hall to talk about some of this year's nominees and what you should watch befor the Emmys, including dramas The Crown and Pose, comedies Ted Lasso and Hacks, and limited series Mare of Easttown, The Queen's Gambit, and I May Destroy You. Plus,…
 
On this weekend's What to Watch: Money Heist's fifth season debuts, and the tense action quickly turns into a war; Camila Cabello and Billy Porter star in the new Cinderella musical movie; Billie Eilish performs her latest album from beginning to end in the concert film Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles; Billions returns to finish its…
 
Release Date: 09/03/2021 SEASON FOUR PREMIERE | EPISODE# 101! Today on the show I talk with musician and record maker extraordinaire, Andy Reed. We talk about his first foray in the music business with Power Pop trio, The Haskels, working with Brendan Benson, and the ups and downs of being the bassist for the Verve Pipe. We also talk about the beau…
 
On today's What to Watch: Eureka, Ra'Jah O'Hara, Kylie Sonique Love, and Ginger Minj battle it out for the crown on the RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars 6 finale; Sean Hayes, Wanda Sykes, Laurie Metcalfe, David Harbour, and more star on Netflix's animated gay spy comedy Q-Force; What We Do in the Shadows is back for its third season. Million Dollar Lis…
 
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