Get addicted to these NYC podcasts
We can't wait until Farah Brook becomes America's head of media, censorship and mind control, but until then, we'll get our fix of her strong, confessional voice as she and comic Sean Donnelly discuss questionable film favorites with their funny buddies. Catch episodes like "Frank Liotti defends Jaws 2" and "Matteo Lane defends Hollow Man" for some insightful, curious conversations about enduring cinematic trash.
Giving equal weight and attention to all manner of regrets—from bad subway behavior to scarring family scandals—Tracy Soren and Jessie Jolles give hilarious, thought-provoking and often healing advice to comics looking to get some baggage off their chests. It's a fully-rounded podcast experience.
Delightfully droll duo Erin Leafe and Chelsea White mine the endlessly renewable well of dating and romance stories with help from guest comics like Michelle Collins, Liz Magee, Mark Normand and others. What starts out as a victims’ circle for New Yorkers bruised by bad Tinder dates and after-gig hookups gone wrong soon becomes an hour of honesty on past mistakes, emotional manipulation and relationship fears.
The charming Vanessa Valerio speaks with bar crawlers, subway goons, comedians, performers, sex therapists and experts about the tragedies and triumphs that have befallen their sex and dating histories. Along the way, she collects some truly wild—and often touching—tales of connection and loss.
Queer storytelling pro Tommy O’Malley and salty stand-up Keren Margolis would rather talk weed, politics and pop culture than get hired. Along with a rotating crew of stand-up buddies, O’Malley and Margolis create a world of foul-mouthed, unapologetic dialogue that’s sure to be equal parts vindicating and offensive. Who wouldn’t want to play hookie with these two?
The hilarious power coven of Greta Titelman, Lo Bosworth and Jilly Hendrix dominate your Mondays with merciless words of wisdom on astrology, erectile dysfunction, female entrepreneurship, and other hot topics, with help from comics, professionals and moguls. Submit to their infinite wisdom.
Comedy Outliers’ Brandon Collins and UCB vet Justin Brown bring a deep geek affinity and incisive eye to a wide range of movies—from Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice to Birth of a Nation—in this raw, hilarious take on the Mystery Science Theater 3000 format.
Gavin Mevius and Luis Rendon go deep on the careers, hotness, problematic roles and style of stars like Diego Luna, Charlize Theron and Joan Crawford in this sharp gabfest among best friends.