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Calling All Pop Culture Enthusiasts! These Podcasts Are For You

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Whether you can name the entire Kardashian family from oldest to youngest or you barely remember Taylor Swift’s name, you’re allowed to call yourself a pop culture fan.

Being interested in the world of celebrities and entertainment doesn’t mean you have to know everything at all times. 

In fact, podcasts have become so incredibly niche over the years that you can find something perfectly catered to your interests.

From sports to politics to music to the Real Housewives franchise, it is all out there waiting for you. 

So, whether you’re a millennial who is obsessed with the biggest A-list stars in Hollywood or you’re wanting to deep dive on your favorite show, here are some podcasts you should be listening to. 

Tea Time

Brought to you by The Ringer, this podcast is a millennial fever dream. Hosted by Kate Halliwell, Liz Kelly, and Amelia Wedemeyer, this trio discusses everything from Harry Styles’s latest music to which Nicholas Sparks’ movie is truly the worst. 

They also have a segment on their show called “Cringe Mode” where they break down truly cringy movies from the past, including Twilight, the High School Musical franchise, and even Magic Mike.

If you were born in the early ‘90s (or really any decade, let’s be honest) and need something to make you laugh every week, this is the podcast for you.

The Read

Bloggers Kid Fury and Crissel cover everything from hip-hop to the latest goings-on in pop culture every week. 

These two are incredibly hilarious and not afraid to spill a little tea, so check it out just for their banter alone. 

Scrubbing In

Started by former Bachelor star Becca Tilley, Scrubbing In began as a podcast dedicated to Grey’s Anatomy. While Becca and her co-host and BFF Tanya Rad still discuss Grey’s quite often, the podcast has become so much more over the years. 

Tanya, who works in the music industry, shares her struggles with dating and working in a tough business, while Becca gets honest about life post-reality TV.

Yes, this podcast discusses entertainment, but it’s really like listening to your two best friends talk for an hour every week. 

Bitch Sesh

Co-hosted by Happy Endings star Casey Wilson and actress Danielle Schneider, this podcast is all about the Real Housewives franchise.

If you have an opinion on Lisa Rinna’s dancing, Ramona Singer’s insane amount of friends, or wonder if Bethenny Frankel and Carole Radziwill will ever be friends again, this is the podcast for you.

Binge Mode

Also brought to you by The Ringer, Binge Mode is hosted by Mallory Rubin and Jason Concepcion and is for all the fanboys and girls out there.

This duo has seemingly watched every television show and movie on the planet and deep dive into your favorite franchises.

Whether you’re interested in Game of Thrones, Star Wars, Harry Potter, or Marvel, they do in-depth recaps and reviews of it all.

Here to Make Friends

The Bachelor franchise has been going strong for years, so it’s no surprise there are podcasts dedicated to this insanely popular show.

Emma Gray and Claire Fallon host Here to Make Friends, in which they interview guests, discuss the latest episode, and share their controversial feelings. 

Pop Culture Happy Hour

If you’re wanting to catch up on all the latest pop culture news, from movies to music, to television shows, this is the podcast for you. 

The hosts chat for about an hour on everything happening in entertainment, so it’s a great refresher if you feel like you’ve missed out.