Great news for podcast fans on summer break: new network Forever Dog is launching eight original shows for you to dive into.
They’ll be premiering podcasts all summer, and they’ve got a lot more than your typical comics-talking-comedy shows on their new release slate. From weekly dissections of pop culture, to ladies talking Star Trek, sisters talking sexual health, and even an entire show focused on the joy and drama of laundry (hosted, of course, by offbeat public access talk show frontman Brett Davis), Forever Dog’s expanding lineup quite literally has something for everyone.
Here are all eight of Forever Dog’s latest programs:
Fresh Batch (out now) hosted by Michelle Collins (The View, Bachelor In Paradise: After Paradise)
The Other Queen of Talk is here! Michelle Collins lets loose on this irreverent television round-up. Get hilarious first impressions, real-deal gossip, behind-the-scenes insight, the funniest breakdowns of your favorite reality show, and more. Bow down.
The Podcast For Laundry (out now) hosted by Brett Davis (The Special without Brett Davis)
A man who loves laundry starts an abrasive and sad niche podcast. Andy Kaufman Award-winner Brett Davis brings us this aggressive, frustrating, brilliant audio project.
Regretsville (premieres July 10th) hosted by Tracy Soren and Jessie Jolles (Above Average, Funny or Die)
Tracy Soren & Jessie Jolles have regrets: hilarious, upsetting, sad, shocking, scary, stupid regrets. And now, in the interest of healing, Tracy and Jessie are ready to spill the beans. Each week, alongside a regret-filled friend, the duo laughs, cries, yells, and preserves through the unforgiving streets of Regretsville.
Relatively Healthy (premieres July 12th) hosted by Dr. Ellen Stolar and Janie Stolar (UCB)
A modern, feminist Loveline: two sisters, a doctor and a comedian, take your calls about sex, health, dating and more. Want your questions answered? Leave the Stolars a message: 844-STOLARX!
Public Intellectual (premieres July 20th) hosted by Jessa Crispin (Bookslut, Why I Am Not A Feminist)
Radical firebrand Jessa Crispin excoriates our culture week in and week out in this no-nonsense corrective to the world of anti-intellectualism.
Treks and the City (premieres July 24th) hosted by Alice Wetterlund (Silicon Valley, People Of Earth) and Veronica Osorio (Hail Caesar)
Move over Nerdbros. Alice and Veronica are bringing a much needed feminist perspective to the sci-fi roundtable, dissecting Star Trek: The Next Generation episode by episode with their famous and hilarious friends.
Turner Masters Memory Hospital (premieres August 16th) written by Catherine Cohen (UCB) and Steven Markow (The New Yorker, Paste)
A Forever Dog Limited Series. A town of rape apologists grieve the loss of a horrible teen named Turner Masters as they make preparations to memorialize/render useless the hospital in which he died.
Undercover Podcast (premieres September 1st) written by Brett Boham
A Forever Dog Limited Series. FBI Agent Dan Riesling has a unique method for catching criminals: create a fake podcast, invite the suspect on as a guest, and trick them into confessing before they even realize they’re being interrogated.
Forever Dog is also the current home of Kids in the Hall alum Kevin McDonald’s “Kevin McDonald Show,” pop-obsessed “Las Culturistas,” the “Fake It Til You Break It” (fake) news show, real news roundtable “Applying it Liberally,” and Kanye West-themed “Book of Ye,” as well as the limited-edition series “Literati” (like a digital book club) and scripted mystery “The Scary Secrets of Stasis PA.”
All of the above shows are (or will be) available on iTunes, and anywhere else your favorite podcasts can be found.