NEW: Adulting

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In Adulting, a new podcast from WNYC Studios, hosts Michelle Buteau and Jordan Carlos navigate the rough waters of adulthood with the help of hilarious special guests like Phoebe Robinson, Wyatt Cenac, Jim Gaffigan, and Danielle Brooks.


“This show is group therapy on Groupon,” said Carlos, who recently wrapped as a story editor on Season 2 of HBO’s Divorce. “When we get rolling and sharing the ups and downs of adult life and how we are all muddling through, I don’t feel alone. I feel connected to everyone in the room. But that could also be the Bloody Marys talking.”

“I simply cannot wait for this s*** to drop!” said actress/comedian Buteau, who previously hosted WNYC Studios’ Late Night Whenever. 

“It’s been a thrill to work with Michelle Buteau again, who is such a force, and to get to know the incredibly talented Jordan Carlos,” said Paula Szuchman, VP of On-Demand Content, WNYC Studios. “Listening to them together makes me forget all my troubles, and realize I’m not the only one struggling with grown-up things like keeping plants alive.”

Episodes will be released weekly through September 3. The first three episodes feature the following:

Episode 1 | May 21
Naomi Ekperigin, featured in a special on Comedy Central, she’s been on Late Night with Seth Meyers, and 2 Dope Queens. She’s also written for Broad City, Difficult People, and Great News.
Wyatt Cenac from HBO’s Problem Areas and formerly of The Daily Show.
Phoebe Robinson from Sooo Many White Guys and 2 Dope Queens.

Episode 2 | May 28
Chris DiStefano from MTV’s Guy Code and Girl Code and an hour-long special on Comedy Central called Chris Distefano: Size 38 Waist.
Jim Gaffigan from The Jim Gaffigan Show. He has a new comedy special coming out this summer called Noble Ape.

Episode 3 | June 4
Sasheer Zamata, former Saturday Night Live cast member and comedy special called Pizza Mind.
Kate Walsh from Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice.

Adulting is taped in front of a live audience and launches Tuesday, May 21 and will be available on wnyc.org, iTunes, and all other places where podcasts may be downloaded.

Listen to the trailer HERE.

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