Earwolf adds three shows to its podcasting network

Los Angeles-based comedy content provider Earwolf announced last night that it is adding three new shows to its podcasting network, completing a regular weekday rotation of comedy talk shows.

The first new addition, ‚ÄúWho Charted? with Howard Kremer,‚Äù debuted today. Kremer, aka Dragon Boy Suede, hosts a look at the week's best-selling charts from music, television, movies, video games and more to jump-start discussions on pop culture with his guests, who will include ‚Äúkeeper of the charts‚Äù Kulap Vilaysack. The debut episode features Steve Agee as a guest.

‚ÄúGlitter In The Garbage with Drew Droege‚Äù will fill in the Thursday slot, as Groundling and UCB regular Droege hosts a free-form podcast. Each week's episode begins with a story, then evolves with improvised sketches with characters and guests. The debut episode features Nicol Paone and Tom Lenk as guests.

And on a biweekly basis, comedian Paul Scheer and his guests will examine a piece of pop culture work and ask: ‚ÄúHow Did THIS Get Made?‚Äù Earwolf plans to release an ‚ÄúEpisode Zero‚Äù this week, during which Paul Scheer will reveal the first work to be dissected, thereby giving listeners a chance to know the topic beforehand.

Sean L. McCarthy

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