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Sh**ged.Married.Annoyed. Renewed

Chris and Rosie Ramsey — the UK’s most popular married couple — will continue as part of the Acast Creator Network

Acast, the world’s leading independent podcast company, today announces a multi-year extension of its relationship with hugely popular British podcast Sh**ged.Married. Annoyed. Hosts Chris and Rosie Ramsey have captured the hearts and ears of podcast listeners everywhere with their hilarious podcast about married life, parenting and everything in between. Produced by Avalon, who also represent Chris and Rosie Ramsey, Sh**ged.Married.Annoyed. will continue as part of the Acast Creator Network, with Acast hosting, distributing, monetizing and growing the show globally.

Sh**ged.Married.Annoyed. is nothing short of a phenomenon. With 150 episodes under its belt, a record-breaking live arena tour (selling out London’s O2 Arena and Wembley SSE Arena in London alone), a Sunday Times №1 best-selling book and an upcoming BBC TV show, the Ramseys are genuine podcast superstars.

The episodes are full of relatable stories about their relationship and family, and hysterical listener questions — and its popularity has resulted in more than 93 million episode downloads to date.

As part of the Acast Creator Network, Sh**ged.Married.Annoyed. is supported by Acast’s range of monetization and growth options — which include premium ad products available exclusively via the Acast Marketplace, such as sponsorship, branded content, and direct listener support through Acast+ subscriptions.

Sh**ged.Married.Annoyed. will also continue to benefit from Acast’s commitment to open podcasting, ensuring the podcast remains available across all podcast listening platforms, and bringing the show to new audiences across the globe.

Chris and Rosie said: “We love working with Acast. The podcast has turned our life upside down and has given us a platform to share our relationship and our stories with millions of people — which, perhaps surprisingly, we still think is a good idea. We can’t wait to continue collaborating with Acast and reaching podcast listeners around the world, thanks to its support for open podcasting.”

Veronika Taylor, SVP of Acast Creator Network said: “Sh**ged.Married.Annoyed is a podcasting masterpiece, but it’s so much more than that for Chris, Rosie and their millions of fans — you just have to look at their UK-wide tour and sell-out live shows at Wembley Arena and the O2 to see how much people love this podcast and everything that goes along with it. When we speak to new creators, advertisers and audiences, this show is consistently named as a firm favourite — but we know there’s much more we can do together, and we’re looking forward to building on their incredible success.”

Richard Allen Turner, Executive Producer at Avalon, said: “Acast have been an excellent partner on this exciting journey for the show, and we’re all delighted to be continuing the relationship with their talented team into the future.”

Acast hosts more than 35,000 podcasts worldwide, offering growth support and monetisation to global smash hits including The Guilty Feminist, Fearne Cotton’s Happy Place, Taskmaster The Podcast and Katherine Ryan’s Telling Everybody Everything, as well as podcasts from major publishers including the Guardian, The Times and the BBC. Acast pioneered true dynamic ad insertion technology in podcasting, which allows for the delivery of timely, contextualised podcast ads specific to listeners across any device or platform.

Sh**ged.Married.Annoyed. is available on every podcast listening platform, including Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music and Spotify.

For brands and advertisers looking to work with the show, opportunities are available exclusively through the Acast Marketplace. Get in touch via uksales@acast.com.

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