According to Jeff Probst, Rob Cesternino is “the smartest player to never win Survivor.” You might recognize Rob from the two times he competed on Survivor. Instead, he’s now winning in the podcast space for reality TV content and pop culture coverage on “Rob Has a Podcast,” a daily series geared toward fans of competition favorites like Survivor, Amazing Race, and Big Brother.
Rob started podcasting in 2009 and has successfully created an online community for fans to unite, hear all about their favorite shows, and keep the conversation going. The series has released over 140 episodes and has over 4.5K rave reviews on Apple Podcasts.
Rob’s additional podcasts cover 90 Day Fiancé, dish out all kinds of commentary on “Rob and Akiva Need a Podcast,” share outrageous updates on “News AF,” and more. There are a slew of podcasts under Rob’s podcasting umbrella called “RHAP-ups” covering shows like RuPaul’s Drag Race, Bachelor Nation, and Temptation Island – just to name a few.
In the “Rob Has a Podcast” feed, you’ll also find episodes from Rob’s more specific shows like “Nothing But Netflix” all about the streaming platform’s must-watch shows and films with co-host Chappell. Of course, they could not wait to discuss Bad Vegan. Another recent episode dug into the true crime documentary, Trust No One: The Hunt for the Crypto King.
This documentary shares how a group of investors turned into sleuths and tried to solve the sketchy circumstances around cryptocurrency multimillionaire Gerry Cotten’s death. The investors believe Cotten stole $250 million dollars from them. At the time of his death, he was allegedly the only person with the crypto keys (the passcode needed to access funds). The podcast “Exit Scam” also chronicled this story.
If you’re a fan of pop culture and love to hear from others who share your same level of reality tv fanaticism, check out “Rob Has a Podcast.”