Tired of streaming shows and movies? 10 podcasts you need to listen to before the end of 2022

End of time

Podcasts are at their peak right now. They have enabled the creation of entire media empires. A level of cultural saturation in some shows has been achieved that was previously only seen in movies and television programs.

Given that less years ago only the most savvy internet nerds were interested in a podcast but these days a podcast can be informative and therapeutic for many.

Did you know?

Studies have shown that watching TV and listening to podcasts both stimulate different parts of the brain. This is so that podcast listeners don’t have to be spoon-fed visual accompaniment, but rather use their imaginations.

That being said, finding the most interesting podcasts to listen to can be difficult because there are so many podcasts available. Don’t worry, we’re here to reduce static electricity.

The best podcasts available to stream from 2022 are listed below:

1. The Joe Rogan Experience

Indian Noir Respectfully Disagrees, Here Are 10 Podcasts To Add To Your Queue Before 2022 Ends
Jo

The Joe Rogan Experience became one of the best-known podcasts in the world after Joe Rogan created it in 2009. Anyone interested in 3-hour conversations about politics, UFOs, stand-up comedy, history, psychology, psychedelics or anything else under the sun should check out the podcast.

Joe Rogan has a reputation for being a controversial figure. He made headlines for all the wrong reasons, including inviting guests who spread false information about Covid. Joe tends to be a bit too open-minded, which leads him to occasionally host conspiracy theorists like Alex Jones.

Available on YouTube

2. Dead Eyes: “Tom”

Indian Noir Respectfully Disagrees, Here Are 10 Podcasts To Add To Your Queue Before 2022 Ends
Spotify

It’s rare for a podcast mystery to have a satisfying conclusion, but Dead Eyes delivers one after 30 episodes.

The podcast follows actor and comedian Connor Ratliff as he tries to figure out why he was fired from a small role in the critically acclaimed HBO miniseries Band of Brothers two decades ago – and what that meant. meant that Tom Hanks, executive producer of the series, felt Ratliff had “dead eyes”, which is why he was given the shot.

The podcast debuted in early 2020 as Fun Small Issues, Big Adventures.

Available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts

3. It looks like a cult

Indian Noir Respectfully Disagrees, Here Are 10 Podcasts To Add To Your Queue Before 2022 Ends
Spotify

A good idea can produce a ton of juice, as Amanda Montell and Isabela Medina-Mate demonstrated in this entertaining chat. The idea is surprisingly simple: in each episode, the duo compares a popular cultural phenomenon to the basic elements of a cult. Examples include theater kids, minimalism, Trader Joe’s, etc. The podcast largely continues Montell’s work from his recently published book Cultish: The Language of Fanaticism, which explores how language is central to the development of cult dynamics and how this manipulation of language has been replicated in many stories. other more mundane aspects of our culture, such as corporate life.

Available on Spotify and Apple Podcast

It’s a meeting

Indian Noir Respectfully Disagrees, Here Are 10 Podcasts To Add To Your Queue Before 2022 Ends
Spotify

The podcast sets up four chosen people on blind dates and gives listeners the voyeuristic thrill to watch as they navigate their encounters, with all the grimaces and wonder that entails. For one thing, that’s the obvious hook of the podcast. However, it’s a podcast that applies an interrogative, sentiment-driven perspective to its popular reality TV inspirations.

Available on Spotify and Apple Podcast

4. Let’s do some science fiction

Indian Noir Respectfully Disagrees, Here Are 10 Podcasts To Add To Your Queue Before 2022 Ends
Spotify

Comedians Ryan Beil, Maddy Kelly and Mark Chaves attempt to collaborate on a heartfelt sci-fi storyline while recording a podcast to chronicle their progress. It’s a delightful and enjoyable podcast called Let’s Make a Sci-Fi that takes listeners through the early stages of writing a sci-fi story for film and TV. The show largely straddles the huge universe of available screenwriters and Hollywood industry podcasts in its semi-educational focus.

Available on Spotify and Apple Podcast

(Also Read: Scooby-Doo Fans Support Velma As A Lesbian, Her Own Animated Series Has Voice Actors)

5. Crypto Island

Indian Noir Respectfully Disagrees, Here Are 10 Podcasts To Add To Your Queue Before 2022 Ends
Spotify

The most interesting brand new narrative podcast to debut in a while is Crypto Island. PJ Vogt approaches the crazy world of cryptocurrency with an eye that is both curious and skeptical, sparkling and aesthetically dynamic. He made a return to podcasting after the collapse of Reply All’s Bon Appétit. A show that never really settles on its own is the product of its experimentation with episodic excesses of shapeshifting and storytelling.

Available on Spotify and Apple Podcast

6. BeerBiceps aka Ranveer Allahbadia ‘The Ranveer Show’

Indian Noir Respectfully Disagrees, Here Are 10 Podcasts To Add To Your Queue Before 2022 Ends
Screenshot

Ranveer Allahbadia is co-founder of Monk Entertainment as well as a fitness and motivational influencer. When he launched “The Ranveer Show”, he was already a well-known YouTuber.

BeerBiceps, as Allahbadia is most commonly known, is a self-improvement podcaster. As her podcast features well-known Indian celebrities, it is incredibly enlightening and insightful. It covers a variety of fascinating topics, including spirituality, fitness, and career advice. His video podcast featured several famous people including Priyanka Chopra who discussed mental health, Saif Ali Khan who discussed finance and competition in Bollywood, Gaur Gopal Das who talked about profound life lessons and many ‘others.

Available on Spotify and YouTube

7. The Mythpat Podcast

Indian Noir Respectfully Disagrees, Here Are 10 Podcasts To Add To Your Queue Before 2022 Ends
Screenshot

In the gaming community, Mithilesh Patankar, also known as “Mythpat”, is the creator and host of the Mythpat podcast. This gaming podcast covers everything new in the gaming industry as well as the internet.

Through conversations with top gamers and influencers, he informs and entertains his listeners in weekly episodes. Additionally, he offers tips on becoming a great creative and, through his own experiences, provides insight into the world of an influencer.

Available on Spotify

8. Respectfully disagree with swaddling

Indian Noir Respectfully Disagrees, Here Are 10 Podcasts To Add To Your Queue Before 2022 Ends
swaddle

The Swaddle team’s own podcast, Respectfully Disagree, explores and analyzes various topics in the areas of health, gender, family and culture. Srishti Malhotra hosts this weekly podcast, which covers a variety of topics and is both useful and fun.

Available on Spotify

8. Indian Black

Indian Noir Respectfully Disagrees, Here Are 10 Podcasts To Add To Your Queue Before 2022 Ends
Attach

The third season of Indian Noir’s popular horror podcast Fear FM, which depicts Indian Tantriks facing off against evil demons and is voiced by Commonwealth Short Story Prize winner and voice actor Nikesh Murali, was recently made available.

Telling how he organizes his stories, in an interview with Indulge Express he said: “I come from a traditional writing background, I wrote poetry, I got good, I won awards. The same thing happened with my news. Knowing the basics of storytelling especially helps when it comes to developing descriptions or conflicts. With audio, you need to be able to enhance the imagery of the story without disrupting the theater of the mind. All I do is guide a movie through someone’s head. I can’t have discordant sentence structures or literary gimmicks that can be pulled from novels.

He further stated, “A big part of audio is finding SFX and background music that suits the story, especially in horror and crime, because there’s a particular vibe to it. People have been raised on a diet of SFX-heavy movies and TV shows with high-quality technical expertise, they expect the same standard from an audio product. For example, I just finished a military thriller called Trishul, the content length is 4.15 hours and it took hundreds of hours to produce, so there’s quite a lot of backbreaking work.

Available on Spotify

(To read more such stories related to movies and shows streaming on OTTs, keep reading Indiatimes BINGE)

Back To Top