5 episodes

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, 417 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
417 Ratings

417 Ratings

MelC. ,

Love two men hashing out love

You guys are sweet to listen to. You want more from life and to get deeper with your emotions. I want to know what Michael is doing that is sabotaging his love life! I listen to both podcasts now on a regular basis and share them often with my husband too. Keep it up!!

gh68393 ,

Promising new show overall

The premise of this show is interesting, and seems like it could be even better depending on the guests and pairs of guests they invite. The Seth Green/Clare Wolf interview was a real highlight; they did a great job of sharing stories that illustrated how their relationship ticks, without trying to analyze themselves in a way that seems navel-gazey - a trend that seems all too frequent in celebrity podcasts.

As on his other podcast (Inside of You), Rosenbaum does a nice job of opening dialogue with his guests, and Sullivan is a solid partner who generally helps drive the conversation back towards guests. However, both hosts do have a tendency to wallow in their own issues in ways that can lead guests to pull back or lose a chance to respond.

I’m grateful that the hosts strive to make each podcast a real conversation, but as the show develops, it might help for the editors to consider how many stories or gripes are repeated, such as Rosey’s repeated critiques of his mom’s narcissism and dad’s academic critiques. It’s great he’s open to sharing, but with TWO podcasts in tow, it seems especially worth thinking about listener fatigue. I do look forward to more episodes, though, and am grateful for the effort the team has put in to taking on another show.

fatsiepants ,

In love

Because of you I am now in love with me

Top Podcasts In Arts

Listeners Also Subscribed To