10 episodes

POPSUGAR’S podcast for the pop culture obsessed. Our hosts, Becky Kirsch and Zareen Siddiqui, break down the biggest moments in celebrity and entertainment news, providing the kind of in-depth analysis, banter, and theories that take over your group texts and happy-hour conversations.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 41 Ratings

POPSUGAR’S podcast for the pop culture obsessed. Our hosts, Becky Kirsch and Zareen Siddiqui, break down the biggest moments in celebrity and entertainment news, providing the kind of in-depth analysis, banter, and theories that take over your group texts and happy-hour conversations.

    Regé-Jean Page and the Phenomenon of the "Netflix Boyfriend"

    Regé-Jean Page and the Phenomenon of the "Netflix Boyfriend"

    When Regé-Jean Page announced that he wouldn't be returning for the second season of Bridgerton, fans collectively lost their minds at the thought of the show continuing without Netflix's newest heartthrob. Page is hardly the first actor to build a huge fan base after hitting Netflix though, and on this week's episode, we're digging into the trope of the "Netflix boyfriend"— how actors like Noah Centineo skyrocket to stardom, what they do with their newfound fame, and why we can't seem to resist their onscreen personas.
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    • 53 min
    Reality TV Showdown

    Reality TV Showdown

    From The Challenge to Love Island and back again, this week's episode of Not Over It is all about the wild world of reality TV. We're diving into the shows we love (if you're not watching Real Housewives of Potomoc, you're missing out!), the ones we just can't quit (that's you, Siesta Key), and the underrated gems that are just waiting to take over your entire weekend with drama.
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    • 47 min
    Celebrity Couples Lightning Round

    Celebrity Couples Lightning Round

    Pete Davidson might be dating Bridgerton's Phoebe Dynevor, Saweetie and Quavo are no more, and truly no one really knows what's happening with Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez. On this week's episode, we break down the latest in the world of celebrity couples, pondering questions like, "What if Harry Styles was your stepdad?" and, "How exactly did Machine Gun Kelly get that necklace of Megan Fox's blood?".
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    • 52 min
    Are Scam Docs the New Murder Docs?

    Are Scam Docs the New Murder Docs?

    Because we never get tired of talking about Fyre Festival — and more importantly, the two documentaries that followed — this week's episode of Not Over It is all about famous scams and the entertainment we've reaped from them. We discuss the latest con to get the Netflix treatment in Operation Varsity Blues, then revisit some of our favorite documentaries and docuseries about the scammers who nearly tricked their way to the top.
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    • 42 min
    Breaking Down Meghan and Harry's Tell-All

    Breaking Down Meghan and Harry's Tell-All

    We needed a full week to process Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's revealing sit-down interview with Oprah — and all that ensued in the days after. In this week's episode, we examine some of the biggest revelations with the help of special guest and royals aficionado Allie Merriam, who answers all of our questions about "the Firm" and more. 
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    • 56 min
    Why We Can’t Stop Watching Grey’s Anatomy

    Why We Can’t Stop Watching Grey’s Anatomy

    The year was 2005. George W. Bush was president, we listened to music on iPods, and Netflix was still a DVD-rental-by-mail service. It was also the year that marked the beginning of an era in primetime television: the premiere of Grey's Anatomy. On this episode of Not Over It, we're revisiting some of the show's most iconic moments (for better or for worse), storylines we still can't get over, and the show's most heart-wrenching character departures. Join us as we try to remember all 17 seasons of ups, downs, and close encounters in the elevator at the hospital formerly known as Seattle Grace.
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    • 53 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
41 Ratings

41 Ratings

patosoong ,

Hilarious Hosts & informative for my binge-watching needs

Love these two, they’re hilarious, quick-witted and I find myself immediately scrolling through Roku to look for whatever movie or show they both seem to love so I can get hooked on whatever Becky & Zareen are into.

Clammy m ,

Immature

I wanted to love this show, they even covered a couple a series I really enjoyed, but I felt like the analysis was immature and under researched. In the Greys episode there were so many factual mistakes, and in the “new sex and the city” episode I was disappointed that they couldn’t get behind a show that would explore the sexuality of women in their 50s (even going so far as to say “there won’t be much sex in this series....”). I am close in age to the hosts and I just found it disappointing how underdeveloped their analysis was. Maybe I’m wrong

Jabrill0 ,

Love the casual conversation

New favorite podcast! Every time a new episode drops I immediately declare ‘Perfect can’t wait—see you there’.

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