Siblings Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson are chatting about family dynamics, delving into the human mind, and highlighting universal siblings’ stories on their biweekly podcast, “Sibling Revelry.” In episodes, Kate and Oliver will speak with other siblings and experts about their interests and dive into free-flowing conversations about life. They’ll share some laughs and hope to inspire listeners with conversations on connection and more.
Since 2019, “Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson” has released over 90 episodes and counting. Now in season 2, Kate and Oliver are sharing how their relationship changed over time, what’s new with their families, and more. Episodes run less than 90 minutes on average.
Jon and Andy Favreau stopped by a recent episode to discuss their sibling bond and growing up as well-behaved children. Jon shared his experience working at the White House, and Andy talked about his journey to acting after studying criminal justice. Jon’s podcast, “Offline with Jon Favreau,” interviews guests about the internet’s influence over life, politics, culture, work, interactions, and how to take back control in a chaotic world. The series returned with new episodes this March.
On this season of “Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson,” we learned that Nina and Alex Dobrev hated each other as kids. The Dobrevs emigrated from Bulgaria, and the siblings shared how traveling brought them closer together.
Kate and Oliver’s guests are not limited to siblings, since they also welcome only children (like Meena Harris) and parents to share their experiences. The author and Founder of Phenomenal Media discussed her unique upbringing, getting raised by her teenage mom, and the importance of strong women in her family. Meena unpacked only-children stereotypes, healthy debate fun, and more. Recently, Ron and Clint Howard shared about acting and writing a memoir together, The Boys: A Memoir of Hollywood and Family.
Several episodes in season 1 featured Oliver and his wife Erinn. In 2021, we also heard from Paris Hilton and Nicky Hilton Rothschild, Jessica and Josh Alba, and Maddie and Mackenzie Ziegler among dozens of other outstanding celeb siblings. Also, Kourtney Kardashian stopped by an episode with Kendall Jenner in 2020.
There are episodes with experts and doctors on issues impacting families. Psychotherapist Dr. Mark Epstein joined the hosts to explore “how to get over yourself.” There was an episode with CNN host and author Fareed Zakaria about post-pandemic lessons to learn. Neuroscientist Lisa Genova explored the science of memory and why we forget certain things. On “The Family Estrangement Episode,” Dr. Karl Pillemer explained statistics, the stigma, causes, possible steps to reconcile, and more.
Tune in biweekly for new episodes of “Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson” wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts.