Can y’all believe it’s already November?!? Well, we’re celebrating all the new podcasts launching this month as well as new seasons of old favorites.
Ahead of Marvel’s new film, check out “Wakanda Forever: The Official Black Panther Podcast” hosted by Ta-Nehisi Coates. Gleeks unite for “And That’s What You REALLY Missed,” a rewatch podcast reminiscing with Glee alum. For more celeb-hosted series, Emily Ratajkowski tackles pop culture and more on “High Low with EmRata.” The Full House alum explores faith and family with guests on “The Cameron Candace Bure Podcast.”
On our list, we’ve also included returning seasons of “Don’t Ask Tig,” “Rolling Stone’s Musicians on Musicians,” and “70 MIllion.” Sports fans won’t want to miss daily episodes of “Baseball Isn’t Boring,” especially during the 2022 World Series. We didn’t forget about the true crime stans out there, with 2 different shows topping our list.
Wakanda Forever: The Official Black Panther Podcast
Starting November 3, host Ta-Nehisi Coates chats with cast and crew on “Wakanda Forever: The Official Black Panther Podcast.” The new film drops on November 11, and the podcast takes listeners behind the scenes, honors the late Chadwick Boseman, the films’ cultural impact, and more. Additional episodes will be posted in January to celebrate the 5-year anniversary of the Black Panther‘s first film.
Baseball Isn’t Boring
Baseball columnist, author, WEEI (WEEI-FM) broadcaster, and podcast host Rob ‘Bradfo’ Bradford delivers sports news, hot topics, and headlines on daily episodes of Audacy’s “Baseball Isn’t Boring.” Bradfo is joined by special guests major league pitcher Joe Kelly to discuss the 2022 Major League Baseball World Series and beyond.
High Low with EmRata
High Low: Talk Back presents the new, weekly series hosted by Emily Ratajkowski, “High Low with EmRata.” Emily is “interested in marrying everything high and low brow by talking pop culture and happenings that may seem frivolous in a way that raises big questions.” Upcoming episodes will unpack philosophy, feminism, politics, sex, relationships, TikTok, and much more.
And That’s What You REALLY Missed
Gleeks unite on iHeartPodcasts’ new series, “And That’s What You REALLY Missed.” Glee alum Kevin McHale (Artie Abrams) and Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina Cohen-Chang) are rewatching all 6 seasons of the TV show. In episodes, they’re reminiscing with creator Ryan Murphy, discussing their favorite moments, sharing stories, and chatting with fellow cast mates, crew, celebrities, and even fans.
The Candace Cameron Bure Podcast
On “The Candace Cameron Bure Podcast,” the Full House and Fuller House alum discusses faith, family, and more on her weekly podcast by AccessMore & Candy Rock. In addition to podcasting and acting roles, Candace is an entrepreneur, the CEO of Candy Rock Entertainment, and a bestselling author.
Rolling Stone’s Musicians on Musicians
Rolling Stone’s Musicians on Musicians is back for season 2 where some of the greats ask other musicians questions. Hear conversations with folks like RM (BTS) and Pharrell Williams, Finneas and Rick Rubin, YUNGBLUD and Roger Daltrey, Karen O. + Michelle Zauner, and more guests in weekly episodes.
A Nation for Thieves
From Lionsgate Sound comes “A Nation for Thieves,” a podcast digging into FBI special agent Debra LaPrevotte’s story. As the creator of the FBI’s kleptocracy department, Debra has gotten back “over $1 billion dollars of dirty money from the world’s most corrupt leaders.” In this series, actor Justin Shenkarow talks to Debra about her work and brings listeners on an international hunt to recover items and cash.
Little America: The Official Podcast
“Little America: The Official Podcast” shares immigrants’ experiences in anthology-style episodes hosted by Kumail Nanjiani. Each episode, tune in for stories that run the gamut of emotions from heart-wrenching events to joyous occasions. The new season of Little America will air this winter on Apple TV.
Lost in Panama
Kast Media’s “Lost in Panama” tells a tragic tale of 2 Dutch friends, Lisanne Froon and Kris Kremers, who disappeared in 2014 during a jungle hike. Their remains were found with their digital camera’s footage that suggested a more sinister story.
From Solid Verbal Media comes “Extra Nuggets,” a fun trivia podcast hosted by Dan Rubenstein and Adam Amin. The duo asks each other questions from old “Jeopardy!” categories and then they converse about the correct answers. A must listen if you’re looking for new facts or ready to boost your bar trivia game.
How We Survive
“How We Survive” is back for a second season, and this time around, Marketplace’s podcast is “Saving Miami,” one of the most “vulnerable coastal cities in the world.” Learn about the climate crisis, the dangers of our rising sea levels, and how melting glaciers on the other side of the world are contributing to this dire situation.
Don’t Ask Tig
“Don’t Ask Tig” started rolling out season 3 in October! Comedian/host Tig Notaro is sharing answers to life’s major questions with guests like Kristen Bell, Mae Martin, Sheryl Lee Ralph, and Sheng Wang in weekly episodes. The podcast is presented by American Public Media.
“70 Million” is an award-winning and Peabody nominated series examining how locals interface with their communities’ jails. In the latest season, reporters trek across America to speak with people affected by jails, document the progress for topics like bail reform, diversion, recidivism, adoption of technology, and more.