Here are the best entertainment podcasts according to our Instagram followers

A few months back, we conducted an Instagram poll asking our followers to share their favorite film and entertainment podcasts. We received a ton of great podcast recommendations! Below are the top five podcasts recs that our Instagram followers and students sent in.

Did you know?

According to the Pew Research Center, the percentage of Americans who have listened to a podcast has also substantially increased over the last decade. As of 2019, 51% of Americans ages 12 or older have ever listened to a podcast, according to Edison Research and Triton Digital survey data, and 32% have listened to a podcast in the past month.


A Little Bit of Everything

Indie Film Hustle

Indie Film Hustle

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Hosted by indie filmmaking veteran Alex Ferrari, the Indie Film Hustle podcast helps to breakdown the film industry for beginners. Listen to hour-long interviews, insider tips and How-To topics like getting a project off the ground and what to do if your film project falls apart.

A24 Podcast

A24 Podcast

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Listen to stories directly from the people behind the A24 films. Each podcast gets right to it and discusses the filmmaking process from A24’s most popular movies.

Dead Meat Podcast

Dead Meat Podcast

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Dead Meat is for the horror-genre junkies. It’s a weekly podcast hosted by Chelsea Rebecca with her co-host partner James Janisse from the Dead Meat YouTube channel. They review horror films, talk about film history and all-things that make your skin crawl.

The Joe Rogan Experience

Joe Rogan Experience

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This was the most suggested podcast via our Instagram poll. It’s no wonder The Joe Rogan Experience is one of the most popular podcasts out there. Joe tackles a wide range of ideological topics and interviews scientists, politicians, entertainers and more!

Show Me the Meaning Podcast

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Show Me the Meaning is brought to you by the creators of Wisecrack. A group of comedians, academics and filmmakers talk about the cultural significance of the most iconic movies of our time.


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