Learn, Laugh, and Escape With These Shows on Stitcher Premium in May
It’s a new month and that means there are new shows to dive into on Stitcher Premium! We rounded up a handful that we are excited about and think you should give a listen.
Wondery + Stitcher Premium
We’re thrilled to bring you hundreds of hours of ad-free shows from Wondery! Shows such as Dirty John, Dr. Death, and the Inside series are available ad-free only on Stitcher Premium.
Earwolf fans will know this hilarious show hosted by Lauren Lapkus. If you don’t know her, she’s an improviser who frequently appears on Comedy Bang! Bang! and is part of the podcast, Threedom! New episodes are finally coming, and they will be exclusively available on Stitcher Premium. Each episode Lauren turns the tables and becomes the guest (always playing a different character) and the guest becomes the host. What ensues is insanity and hilarious moments.
The Wokest — Coming 5/20
The Wokest is a satirical podcast hosted by Edgar Momplaisir. Edgar is an improviser and writer. He’s currently a writer on the Fox comedy show What Just Happened With Fred Savage.
On The Wokest, he’s portraying “The Wokest Man in the World,” in which he invites guests on to talk about a specific cause, charity, or social topic they wish to give visibility to. It’s been described as ‘The Colbert Report’ but for performative “wokeness.”
The pilot episode is out for free on the Earwolf Presents feed, and people are loving it! Give it a listen and if you like it, you can look for it on Stitcher Premium starting May 20th.
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Only 2 episodes remain for the second season of our Marvel audio drama starring Richard Armitage. This is such an immersive show with amazing sound design, and voice acting. Season 1 was just awarded a Webby for best original music too!
“I was so engrossed in this podcast during my commute that I almost missed my exit. The story is interesting, original, and fits perfectly within the Wolverine canon.”
Review from MollyKL
This comedy podcast is based off a book of the same name from humor author Mike Sacks.
“If you don’t know who Mike Sacks is, well, you should. His writing is funnier than just about anyone’s…” — David Sedaris
The concept of the show is this: Mike Sacks finds an audio memoir collection of CDs at a garage about a random 30-something from Maryland. The podcast is this audio memoir. “It’s time to experience the randy-dandy life, my friend.”
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