12 episodes

HBO’s Band of Brothers Podcast celebrates the 20th anniversary of one of the most iconic miniseries in television history. A show that honors an America which saved the world with selflessness, courage and everyday heroism. This 12-part podcast series will explore these themes via emotionally-rich, highly-researched interviews with individual cast members, revisiting the Emmy® and Golden Globe® award-winning epic episode by episode.

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    • TV & Film
    • 4.9 • 1.1K Ratings

HBO’s Band of Brothers Podcast celebrates the 20th anniversary of one of the most iconic miniseries in television history. A show that honors an America which saved the world with selflessness, courage and everyday heroism. This 12-part podcast series will explore these themes via emotionally-rich, highly-researched interviews with individual cast members, revisiting the Emmy® and Golden Globe® award-winning epic episode by episode.

    Episode 10: Points (with Damian Lewis)

    Episode 10: Points (with Damian Lewis)

    Damian Lewis - the Emmy® and Golden Globe® award-winning actor - whose portrayal of Major Dick Winters is the centrifugal force of Band of Brothers - joins host Roger Bennett to reflect on why a classically-trained, well-heeled Englishman was cast as a salt-of-the-earth American war hero, and why two decades later, Band of Brothers remains more than just a job. 

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    • 47 min
    Episode 9: Why We Fight (with Ross McCall & John Orloff)

    Episode 9: Why We Fight (with Ross McCall & John Orloff)

    Ross McCall, who portrays Technician Fifth Grade Joseph D. Liebgott, Jr., and the episode’s writer, John Orloff, join host Roger Bennett to discuss this sobering, powerful installment of the series, which depicts the liberation of a Nazi concentration camp. McCall and Orloff reveal the unrelenting weight and responsibility they felt while creating the episode, and its enduring legacy some 20 years on.

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    • 1 hr
    Episode 8: The Last Patrol (with Scott Grimes)

    Episode 8: The Last Patrol (with Scott Grimes)

    Scott Grimes, the actor who plays Tech Sergeant Donald Malarkey, discusses a pivotal installment in the series, where after a daring night patrol, the men of Easy Company begin to believe that surviving the war may actually be possible. Grimes reflects on how on “Band of Brothers” helped the real Donald Malarkey open up about the experiences he had kept bottled up for so long, and the profound impact Malarkey’s transformation had on Grimes as an actor and human being. 

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    • 48 min
    Episode 7: The Breaking Point (with Donnie Wahlberg)

    Episode 7: The Breaking Point (with Donnie Wahlberg)

    Donnie Wahlberg, the actor who portrays soulful Second Lieutenant Carwood Lipton, joins host Roger Bennett to discuss the episode in which the spotlight shines brightly on him during Easy Company’s darkest days in the Battle of the Bulge. He also describes the emotional bonds forged during the creation of “Band of Brothers.”

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    • 43 min
    Episode 6: Bastogne (with Shane Taylor)

    Episode 6: Bastogne (with Shane Taylor)

    Shane Taylor, the actor responsible for one of the tenderest performances of the series as medic Eugene Roe, joins host Roger Bennett to talk the contradiction of being tasked with preserving life in a warzone. Plus, how the Englishman developed his Cajun accent, and Roe’s relationship with Belgian nurse Renée Lemaire.

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    • 44 min
    Episode 5: Crossroads (with Erik Jendresen)

    Episode 5: Crossroads (with Erik Jendresen)

    Supervising Producer and lead writer Erik Jendresen joins host Roger Bennett to break down one of the series’ most emotionally complex episodes, which leaves them on the brink of the Battle of the Bulge. Plus, Jendresen’s experience sitting in the real Dick Winters’ Easy Company inner sanctum while researching the project. 

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    • 44 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
1.1K Ratings

1.1K Ratings

Yoel C. KB ,

Respect for humanity

Band of Brothers is the paradigm of human drama displayed on film. War, because of it’s inherent nature of conflict, it’s adrenaline, strategy and it’s shifting narrative is the ideal backdrop. WW2 is the best war to capture human drama on film because it is close enough in time and relatable to to the masses in its clarity of differentiation between good and evil. The men of Easy Company seem to have been ordained for this role. Hanks, Spielberg and the entire staff accept their roles in history, to display history, with enough determination and humility that they succeed in truly honoring humanity. They do so through the kaleidoscope of honoring the men of Easy Company but that is not their ultimate goal, a goal they do accomplish.

Leafryan ,

Great

Wow didn’t know this even existed.. I’m
Happy it does

Bulldogbass ,

Outstanding

This podcast is amazing. Absolutely well done in every aspect. I love hearing the stories of the men depicting these incredible heroes. Roger is clearly passionate about the material and I love how immersive the whole experience of reliving “Band of Brothers” has become through listening intently. I am sad that there isn’t more of this phenomenal podcast. Thank you to everyone involved with this.

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