Step aside, bros. Women are dominating comedy podcasts! While there are so many podcasts to choose from, less than three minutes listening to these oh-my-god funny women and you’ll be smirking at the floor and accidentally smiling at strangers in the subway. The women behind these podcasts are so talented and hilarious, and if you haven’t listened to them yet, you’re about to be hooked.
1. 2 Dope Queens
Stand-up queens Jessica Williams of The Daily Show and Phoebe Robinson of Broad City bring their live show directly to you ears! 2 Dope Queens is a monthly stand-up and storytelling show hosted by Williams and Robinson where they invite their friends to tell their funniest jokes, stories, discuss the best ways to sneak Rosé into a Billy Joel concert and dad bods. Guests have included Michelle Buteau, Naomi Ekperigan and Beth Stelling. It debuted this past Monday, April 4th and it’s already the number one podcast on iTunes. YAS QUEENS!!!
2 Dope Queens airs every week and is available on iTunes.
2. Mouth Time with Reductress
The creators of the satirical website Reductress have created an am-eeezing podcast that parodies the way the media speaks to women. Fictional Reductress editors “Quenn” (Nicole Silverberg) and “Div” (Anna Drezen) host each episode with segments such as, “Can I Ask Your Advice About Something Real Quick?” “Pregnancy Pact Week” and get to the bottom of who has the hottest soul. Each week, Quenn and Div interview fictional guests, such as a psychic nutritionist “Dr. Gayla,” “Bratney,” the star of Drunk Little Teen as well as real people. Their lastest episode featured Rachel Bloom of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, who joined Quenn and Div for a game of “King-Barn-Shmarf,” rather than Fuck-Marry-Kill. This podcast is an absolute MUST!
Mouth Time with Reductress airs every Wednesday and is available on iTunes.
3. Ronna and Beverly
Fictional hosts “Ronna Glickman” (Jessica Chafin) and “Beverly Ginsberg” (Jamie Denbo), co-authors of the, also fictional, best-selling book, “You’ll Do A Little Better Next Time: A Guide To Marriage and Re-Marriage for Jewish Singles” is a bi-weekly podcast including interviews, live shows and advice. Ronna and Beverly two fifty-something best friends from Marblehead, Massachusetts, excuse me. Ronna is very put together and knowledgeable while Beverly is more of a loose cannon and obsessed with babies. They interview a wide range of professionals, and previous guests have included Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer before Broad City made it to Comedy Central, Tavi Gevinson of Rookie Mag and Ellie Kemper of Unbreakable Kimmy Shmidt.
Ronna and Beverly airs every other Friday and are available on iTunes.
4. Blue Woman Group
Stand-up comedians and depressives Jacqueline Novak, author of How To Weep In Public and Aparna Nancherla writer on Late Night With Seth Meyers help you maintain balance with a comedic spin. Each episode helps you, the depressed, tackle seemingly impossible challenges life throws your way, such as crying in the office and how to deal with social media. In their latest episode, Aparna and Jacqueline’s soothing voices give you step-by-step instructions to get out of bed by “giving yourself another little hug.”
Blue Woman Group is available on howl.
5. Guys We F@#ked
Co-hosted by comedians Corrine Fisher and Krystyna Hutchinson, Guys We F@#ked is the anti-slut-shaming podcast you need to listen to. Each week, Corrine and Krystyna discuss their sex lives (surprise! Women have sexual urges and act on them!), interview the men they’ve slept with and share stories that are as ridiculous as they are funny.
Guys We F@#ked airs every week and is available on iTunes.
6. Put Your Hands Together with Cameron Esposito
Comedians Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher co-host this super funny weekly stand-up podcast. Put Your Hands Together is Esposito’s weekly live show at UCB where she invites her friends to share their best bits and stories so that you may listen and try your hardest not to spit your coffee all over yourself. In the latest episode, feminist business ideas are pitched to a live audience.
Put Your Hands Together with Cameron Esposito airs weekly and is available on iTunes.
7. Not Too Deep with Grace Helbig
Comedian and Youtube personality Grace Helbig hosts very silly podcast, Not Too Deep. Within each episode, Grace interviews one of her Youtube friends and brings her charm and humor to our earbuds. Not Too Deep is unique in that it’s very interactive, and segments of every episode are available as video content as well as audio! This week, Grace interviews DIY master Luren Riihimaki who discusses making a fake arm for her grandmother.
Not Too Deep with Grace Helbig airs every Thursday and is available on iTunes.
Listen, enjoy, and try not to pee. Have I left any out? Feel free to mention your favorite in the comment section below!
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