1. Good Mythical Morning
The show is hosted by Rhett McLaughlin and Charles Lincoln Neal III, better known as Rhett and Link, a comedy duo that are the soul of the show. “Good Mythical Morning” consists of talking about topics like food, telling stories, and doing challenges. Although viewers are entertained by the multiple challenges they do, trying and ranking food from around the world seems to be a fan favorite. Their uploads are pretty consistent, which is what I believe makes a good podcast. Many of their thumbnails are eye catching and feature images of funny facial expressions. Overall, this is a show I highly recommend for when you eat, are bored, or even sad, as the pair never fails to make you laugh. I rate this podcast a 9/10.
This podcast is hosted by YouTuber Logan Paul. “Impaulsive” consists of him interviewing celebrities on what they do and drama that is going on. His podcast is also consistent with it’s uploads, which is just what you need as you are getting more content to watch and hear from. His podcast mostly targets a Gen Z audience that is interested in hearing about YouTubers’ life and drama that fans are anxious to hear get addressed. The podcast has many funny moments, which makes the podcast more interesting to watch. Overall, I recommend this podcast to people that enjoy watching celebrities or artists talk about their life. I rate this podcast a 8/10.
3. Joe Rogan Experience
Joe Rogan is a comedian and actor, though he’s best known for his podcast “Joe Rogan Experience”. Most of the content on Joe Rogan’s podcast is pretty straightforward and consists of interviewing celebrities or other important figures on their lives, likes and dislikes, as well as their achievements. Have you ever wondered what Elon Musk does and how he became successful? Well Elon Musk answers all those questions in a 4 hour and 37 minute episode. The two videos are 2 hours long, which is a lot of time spent. Most people don’t like long podcasts, but if you’re one of those people that like watching YouTube for long periods of time, this podcast is for you. Rogan’s podcast varies; some episodes are only an hour while episodes like Elon Musk’s are four. Overall, I’d recommend this podcast for audiences 16 and up, since it can be pretty mature. I rate this podcast a 7/10.