Our Readers Vote: Top 5 Podcasts of 2018
Since we’re at the end of 2018, we had a poll where our readers voted for their favorites of 2018 – between movies, television, albums, podcasts and more, readers voted on each category (or wrote in their favorites)! We received hundreds of responses, and have listed the top 5 podcasts that our readers have voted on below!
5. Will You Accept This Rose
Coming in at #5 is Will You Accept This Rose, hosted by Arden Myrin. Myrin also has special guests join in, as they discuss everything The Bachelor related. The podcast is hilarious and addicting to listen to! Find out more here!
4. The Angel of Vine
The Angel of Vine podcast comes in at #4 on our readers favorite podcasts! It’s a scripted, true crime podcast that features some familiar voices – Joe Manganiello, Constance Zimmer, Misha Collins, Alan Tudyk and more. Find out more here!
3. Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum is one of our favorite podcasts to really emerge in 2018. Michael takes his listeners on a journey as he interviews some of the biggest names in entertainment. One of the best things about this podcast is that Michael often gets them to open up about real issues – things you’ve never heard them speak about before, and many things that people struggle with like anxiety, depression, and life and it’s hardships overall. Find out more here!
2. My Favorite Murder
My Favorite Murder, a podcast that is continuously at the top of the iTunes must listen charts, is a true crime comedy podcast hosted by Georgia Hardstark and Karen Kilgariff that somehow brings levity to really horrible situations, all the while making you feel like they’re your best friends. SSDGM! Find out more here!
1. The Wayward Podcast
Coming in at #1 is Kim Rhodes and Briana Buckmaster’s The Wayward Podcast. The duo, who started the podcast towards the end of the year, are incredibly easy to listen to and are just… real. It’s refreshing to listen to their stories and experiences, and they don’t shy away from things society has told us we should be ashamed to talk about. It’s definitely a podcast we on staff cannot stop listening to and anticipate it’s arrival every Monday. Find out more here!