wtf with marc maron
Although, after a few podcasts, constantly listening to Dan yell at Stugotz, one needs a breather because it feels like you're
Besides the fact that stand-up comedy often provides some of the most insightful commentary about American culture, Marc Maron is living proof of the great potential in modern communications technology.
The first Baller-In-Chief is past his prime.
"Are you sitting down?" So began the latest episode of Marc Maron's "WTF" podcast when he revealed the news that next week's
Originally known as a crass, nihilistic comedian, Marc Maron found a remarkable second life for himself in podcasting. And before you stop reading right there, consider that Marc's WTF podcast is the first-ever podcast to be catalogued by the Library of Congress.
No one is more surprised to find Marc Maron sitting securely atop a tidy little media empire than Maron himself. As his self-titled series on the IFC channel, Maron, enters its third season, there's a marked fork in the path between the fortunes of Marc Maron, the TV character, and Marc Maron, the actor who portrays him.
'Maron' Season Two: Marc Maron on Accidental Joke Theft, His Directorial Debut and Finally Getting It Together as a Performer
Maron's eponymous IFC series returns for a second season May 8 at 10 p.m., with guests including Conan O'Brien, Sarah Silverman, Ray Romano, David Cross, Karen Kilgariff, Rob Riggle, Wyatt Cenac, Bill Burr and more.
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Marc Maron is one of the most honest and affecting comedic voices of today. But, for those unfamiliar, don't expect the sensibilities of Jay Leno or Bill Cosby.
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Alex Guarnaschelli drops some truth bombs.
Still, Cave, who went on to pen the 2012 Shia LaBeouf vehicle "Lawless," told Maron he knew the script wouldn't be made, despite
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I am in desperate and ridiculous TV love with Marc Maron, despite the fact that I know he is so wrong for me.
Check out the clip above to see that segment of the interview on HuffPost Live, and click here to see the full 23-minute
Podcaster and comedian Marc Maron joins Ricky on set to discuss why some people decline to be a guest on his 'WTF' podcast.
Every day people who never imagined themselves as inventors, business owners, culture shifters, and reinventors have begun exploring all those unexplored sides of who they are, and what they might become.
AUSTIN, TX -- Marc Maron hosted another live edition of his "WTF" podcast Sunday afternoon at the South By Southwest festival
Exciting news: HuffPost Comedy is going to start covering podcasts. What that means, exactly, is partly up to you. Like many fans of comedy, I have come to rely on podcasts as a valuable and enriching part of my humor diet. I first started listening to Jimmy Pardo's "Never Not Funny" around 2007, and it provided a valuable roadmap for tracing the origin and evolution of comedy podcasting.
Be sure to check out the entire interview, in which Maron discusses his past with Louis C.K. and why he doesn't like for
Marc Maron stopped by "Conan" on Wednesday, and shared a good laugh with Conan and Andy over autoerotic asphyxiation, a staple
Independent label AST Records has made a name for itself releasing comedy albums from mostly L.A. based, so-called "alternative