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In a world full of cynicism, sarcasm and irony; Michael Rosenbaum (Smallville) and Chris Sullivan (This is Us) discuss the things in their lives that bring them joy, fulfillment and gratitude. They invite their audience and their guests to do the same. In Love… with Michael Rosenbaum and Chris Sullivan is the upbeat antidote to everything that’s bringing you down and hopefully through the process, we will all become better people, friends and lovers. What are you in love with?

IN LOVE... with Michael Rosenbaum & Chris Sullivan Michael Rosenbaum & Chris Sullivan

    • Arts
    • 4.9, 745 Ratings

In a world full of cynicism, sarcasm and irony; Michael Rosenbaum (Smallville) and Chris Sullivan (This is Us) discuss the things in their lives that bring them joy, fulfillment and gratitude. They invite their audience and their guests to do the same. In Love… with Michael Rosenbaum and Chris Sullivan is the upbeat antidote to everything that’s bringing you down and hopefully through the process, we will all become better people, friends and lovers. What are you in love with?

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
745 Ratings

745 Ratings

Haltom99 ,

Elan and Molly

This episode was absolutely fantastic. Loved every minute of it. Elan and Molly should get a podcast together themselves. They are captivating. I could listen for hours . I love every episode that Rosie and Sully have put out. But this one is a top tier for me. It’s made me really think about life , in a better way

Lilredlpn4 ,

Life Changing

This podcast with Sully and Rosey is so eye opening and life changing for me. The things Rosey says is like it’s from my brain, his take on things, his energy, his insecurities just everything. Having Sully bounce back with Rosey from a married mans take is genius.

Drea R ,

ELAN GALE & MOLLY QUINN

I love this PodCast. I truly do. Today's though, Michael was just being "extra". His guests & Chris were trying to speak and he was just acting like he was on one. Not everyone has to have the same opinion, and that is what I love about this show, but come on. Acknowledge and then move on, don't ham it up. It comes across as if you don't care and then no one takes you seriously. Truly grateful this show exists.

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