We, like a lot of Vancouverites, can not get enough of Seth Rogen. He’s just so loveable, well-dressed and funny. So when he makes headlines twice in the same week, we’re pretty excited. He recently took to Instagram to show off an unrecognizable new look for his part in the upcoming biographical drama miniseries, Pam & Tommy. Then, news came out that he’s launching a podcast!

First, let’s do a quick rundown on his part in Pam & Tommy, the Hulu miniseries that will do a deep dive into the wild romance between another Canadian, Pamela Anderson, and Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee. Rogen plays the part of Rand Gauthier, Lee’s electrician who stumbled upon and then distributed Lee & Anderson’s infamous sex tape. Interestingly enough, Rogen and his writing and business partner, Evan Goldberg, are producing the series with their own Point Grey Pictures company.


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Now, let’s talk about the podcast! In cooperation with SiriusXM and Stitcher, Rogen’s new podcast will have him chatting to a guest every week. The conversations and stories promise to be harrowing, heartwarming, and hilarious. Very intriguing.

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The show will be available through Stitcher which is a subscription-based podcast app that has some amazingly funny shows on it such as Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend, How Did This Get Made? And Comedy Bang! Bang!.

Again, not a whole lot is known about the show, it doesn’t even have a name yet! But we pray to high-heaven that they won’t be editing out Rogen’s great laugh. Honestly? It would be a travesty if they did.

So, all we can do is await more details, but we’re very excited to see Vancouver’s #1 son out there making more stuff. We’re just unabashed Seth Rogen fans here.

Check out the whole press statement here.