Life is too serious. Take an hour and just laugh with the “Who’s Got Next Podcast.”
— Who’s Got Next Podcast (@WhosGotNextPod) July 16, 2022
There are times to be serious, and there are times to have fun. Sometimes, a podcast needs to investigate serious issues and have its audience walk away with a new perspective and a lot to think about. The “Who’s Got Next” Podcast, which premieres on August 3rd, is none of that and nothing more than the must-needed distraction you need.
I have always been the football guy for those who know me. Since 2017 I have hosted a football show on my YouTube page and, over the last year, launched a podcast called Dear Pats Nation. I would cover all the stories surrounding the New England Patriots and the NFL. Frankly, I am sick of being the football guy. I’m sick of being unable to sit down and watch a game like a fan on Sunday. I’m sick of dedicating hours of my life talking about football.
Who’s Got Next? premieres August 3rd. Here's some clips from our pilot… No category, just four buds having fun & taking $H!+ @dpn_ray @Producer_MikeN @Hashtag2Point0 @ConorCommentary @DBlundellNet @ItsDeanBlundell pic.twitter.com/A21M4Dh81f
— Who’s Got Next Podcast (@WhosGotNextPod) July 15, 2022
Last Sunday, on a whim, I sent out a group text to my three buddies who have been a part of the Dear Pats Nation podcast, one way or the other. I asked if they wanted to start a brand new show about nothing. They all said yes, and the Who’s Got Next podcast was born.
In the video below, we put together a three-minute montage of the highlights of our pilot episode. We think it captured the nothingness and the stupidity of what this podcast is going to be.
If you’re somebody who likes to have fun and laugh, I can’t recommend the Who’s Got Next podcast enough.
I know this sounds like a shameless plug, and in one way, it is. But I have never been this excited about a project in my life. I had an idea about how this show would work, and the pilot episode turned out exactly as I imagined.
I’m not asking you to subscribe; I’m not asking you to be a regular listener. All I’m asking is that you take three minutes and watch the video and decide whether or not this podcast is for you.