A podcast hosted by Melissa Rivers where she shares her thoughts on whatever she and her friends are texting about. This includes everything from fashion on the Red Carpet, to the annoying number of “reboots”, to being an empty nester and so much more. If you want to hear the unvarnished truth from some of the funniest and best in the business, you won’t want to miss this!
State of Comedy with Adam Carolla
Melissa continues the state of comedy conversation with comedian, author, and podcaster Adam Carolla. Tune in to hear his unapologetic thoughts on cancel culture, emotional support animals and his new book.
Murder in House Two
Filmmaker Michael Epstein joins us to discuss his podcast, "Murder in House Two." It is the story of what really happened in the Haditha Massacre of November 2005, when 24 unarmed Iraqi civilians – including women and young children – were shot multiple times by a US Marines group. Tune in to hear this incredible story and how Michael Epstein got unprecedented access at the trial.
New Year, New You! - Bonus
Celebrity health and fitness guru Harley Pasternak, gives us his no nonsense, easy to follow rules for making 2021 your fittest year yet!
New Year, New You!
Beauty experts Kimberly Snyder and Cassandra Bankson teach us how to jumpstart our beauty, health, and skincare regimen in 2021. Be beautiful inside and out!
Biggest Stories of 2020
Melissa breaks down and offers perspective on the important events of 2020 with political journalist Elex Michaelson and "King of Lists" Ranker CEO Clark Benson.
What to Binge-Watch!
TCM resident film expert Dave Karger breaks down the newest movies to watch over the holiday break and which movies are getting early Oscar buzz! Later we're joined by Ranker CEO Clark Benson, who talks about his new app, Watchworthy, which will create a personal watchlist just for you.
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This was a great fact based, logical conversation with Dr. Drew. When is comes to Covid and the media you don’t find too many out there. Most interviews focus on the negative and what we’re doing wrong and encourage fear.
I enjoy Melissa’s podcast. Her guests are always interesting and from such different walks of life.
If you enjoy commentary from the ultimate Karen then I guess this is the podcast for you. How do you manage to create such a vapid, judgmental podcast when you literally have a famous parent setting you up for success? And how narcissistic do you have to be to believe people actually care enough about your insight to make a whole podcast about it? I wish I could get back the 55 minutes I spent listening to the first episode, which would have been better spent listening to audio of war criminals being water boarded.
I think Drew Pinsky is always on the wrong side of whatever issue. Saying most people catch Covid in their homes I just had to shut this off. Sorry, love you Melissa!