Fiction podcasts are seeing a solid growth. However, it's nothing that new, it's just the medium that's new.
This week's review is WTF with Marc Maron. The comedian is a bit neurotic, a bit manic, but one Hell of an interviewer.
Jay and Dan might be from that far off, exotic locale of "Canada," but their humor and broadcasting abilities translate anywhere.
Rachel Nichols dropped one of those bombs where I thought "Holy crap, it's so simple."
Anyone who's watched ESPN in the last ten years knows the name of this one sounds familiar. Pardon My Take delves into the world of sports, but under the guise of parody and does a pretty good job at it.
Dan Carlin's Hardcore History is not for those with limited time to listen. While each episode is well over three hours, Dan goes deep on his subjects, and its a great listen for a History fan.
A great movie review podcast, which looks at the absurdity of some movies, while also dissecting them. However, they never bash, but try to answer the question of the show's title.
Kevin Smith and Ralph Garman host this funny, crude, and oddly sweet podcast about comics, Batman, and entertainment in general.
Doug Loves Movies is a great listen for fans of movies and comedy. Its a nice blend of improv and game show, but can also be hit or miss.
While pro-wrestling isn't for everyone, this podcast is has one of the best formats for a podcast. Rather than just ramble on about the past, each show focuses on one topic, and delves deep into the whole story.