Not Too Deep with Grace Helbig
Not Too Deep is a podcast with youtuber Grace Helbig, where she asks the most bizarre and random questions. I absolutely love it for a great laugh and just a great pick me up. She has an amazing sense of humour and basically loves to have fun with her guests. She also gets a bunch of questions from her guest's audiences which is perfect for learning about some new inside jokes. Some of my favourite episodes that are great for a laugh include ones with Mitchell Davis and Mamrie Hart.
Ear Biscuits is a podcast done by duo Rhett and Link. They are the most genuine people and have some great conversations with their guest. Unlike Not Too Deep, they get real deep here. The podcast basically explains and gives us an insight into the peoples lives that they are interviewing. It gets very deep, sometimes emotional but it's great to learn more about what these people were doing before they got to where they are today.
Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness
Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness is the most interesting and educational podcast that I absolutely love. Jonathan gets together with a new person every week to learn more about what they do and the stories they love to tell. I love how he’s so willing to learn about everyone and everything and he’s not scared to ask the questions that we are thinking. If you are wanting to learn something new about a culture, religion or just want to listen to something interesting, this is definitely worth your time.
Popcorn! with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry
Popcorn is a great review podcast on movies that we all loved as a kid which are discussed by Jack Ferry and Mitchell Davis. Usually, another guest is also invited to the show to talk about and discuss the movies they all love. If you love film, this is definitely a great podcast to get into. They talk a lot about backstories, the people who were part of the film and everything great about it.
Reasonable Beef is another great film review podcast that is hosted by Tim E. Kish. He is often joined with Tom Fera as a partner on the podcast. They also once again talk about and review movies to a very great extent with their guests. They often like to review more Oscar-worthy and modern movies which is great to listen. They love to talk about the different views they may also have between the movies and what critics are saying. So, they often understand why people can both love and hate a movie.