Amazon’s compelling documentary series LuLaRich effectively tells the story of the multi-level marketing company LuLaRoe. But the podcast The Dream is even better at exploring MLMs.
I have three nonfiction, reality-focused podcasts to recommend to you: Anything for Selena, Twenty Thousand Hertz, and Still Processing.
Four podcast recommendations: Two game shows that can be interactive listens (Factorious and The Great American Pop Culture Quiz Show), and two in which people just read to you (LeVar Burton Reads and Phoebe Reads a Mystery).
Three recommendations for wonderful podcasts to listen to—perhaps this Thanksgiving weekend, while you travel or when you need to listen to something other than your family and friends.
An interview with The Fix’s showrunners, Liz Craft and Sarah Fain, from the reality shows they watch and love to what it’s like being a writing team in Hollywood.
The Good Place: The Podcast is a riveting nonfiction look at one of the best fictional pieces of popular culture from the past few years. But watch season one first.
I was interviewed by Challenge alum Susie Meister for her podcast, and by Bachelor/ette spoiler Reality Steve for his podcast. Enjoy!