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Banterly is a fun, conversational-style podcast that dissects contemporary films and TV shows to explore the many exciting, thought-provoking….and sometimes problematic elements of pop culture that many of us binge on a daily basis. Featuring two Gen Z co-hosts, this podcast is not just reviewing your next movie or TV show recommendation. We’re diving into them, discussing their nuances, and grappling with the trends of present-day media—all through a comedic lens.



  • Executive Producer & Editorial Review: Saadia Khan

  • Producer: Shei Yu

  • Hosts: Aditi Misra and Aidan Taylor

  • Content Writers: Michaela Strauther, Aditi Misra, Aidan Taylor

  • Sound Design & Content Editor: Steve Martin & Ben Alleman

  • Theme Music: Simon Hutchinson

  • Other Music: Epidemic Sound

  • Cover Art Design: Josephine Chai



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This week on Banterly, we're talking about hot rodent boyfriends, elections, and Veep! Aidan and Suha bond over one of their favorite shows, discussing two highly-rated episodes: "Helsinki" (Season 2, Episode 5) and "Kissing Your Sister" (Season 5, Episode 9). They explore Veep's brilliance through its offhanded one-liners, mock delivery, and character development, drawing parallels between Selina Meyer and our current VP, Kamala Harris. It's a hilarious episode packed with Veep's trademark satire and humor. Don't miss out! Check out Immigrantly Media's new elections podcast, Nationly, now available on all streaming platforms. __ Hosted by: Suha Musa & Aidan Taylor Producer: Shei Yu | Content Writers: Suha Musa & Aidan Taylor I Editorial Review: Saadia Khan I Sound Designer & Editor: Ben Alleman I Immigrantly Theme Music: Simon Hutchinson | Other Music: Epidemic Sound | Cover art design: Josephine Chai | Executive Producer: Saadia Khan Please share the love and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify to help more people find us!  If you want to share your thoughts about this or other episodes, reach out at banterly@immigrantlypod.com Banterly is an Immigrantly Media Production. Episodes are released weekly every Wednesday. For advertising inquiries, you can contact us at info@immigrantlypod.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Back to Bridgerton

Back to Bridgerton

2024-06-1236:01

Season 3, Part 2 of Bridgerton drops tomorrow, June 13th, and we’ve got something special lined up! Our favorite guest host, Maya Shetty, is back to chat with Suha about the latest buzz surrounding Bridgerton. They dive into Part 1 of the new season, discussing all the major plot twists and courtship drama, especially the focus on Penelope Featherington and Colin Bridgerton (aka Polin). They also tackle some serious topics like racism (or the lack of it), sexism, colorism, and body positivity in the show. Bonding over their love for the amazing Irish actor and activist Nicola Coughlan, Suha and Maya chat about the strong female role models on the show, including Penelope and Kate Sharma. Don’t miss out on their fun banter and bold predictions before the release tomorrow! __ Hosted by: Suha Musa & Maya Shetty Producer: Shei Yu | Content Writers: Suha Musa & Maya Shetty I Editorial Review: Saadia Khan I Sound Designer & Editor: Ben Alleman I Immigrantly Theme Music: Simon Hutchinson | Other Music: Epidemic Sound | Cover art design: Josephine Chai | Executive Producer: Saadia Khan Please share the love and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify to help more people find us!  If you want to share your thoughts about this or other episodes, reach out at banterly@immigrantlypod.com Banterly is an Immigrantly Media Production. Episodes are released weekly every Wednesday. For advertising inquiries, you can contact us at info@immigrantlypod.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Songs of the Summer

Songs of the Summer

2024-06-0533:05

In this week's episode of Banterly, Suha and Aidan dive into the world of summer anthems, exploring what makes a song the ultimate summer hit. They discuss the key elements that make these tracks unforgettable and reminisce over memorable summer hits like "Despacito," "Flowers," and "Blinding Lights." Tune in for a lively discussion filled with fun summer jams, and stick around till the end to hear the hosts reveal their picks for their top 5 songs of the summer. __ Hosted by: Suha Musa & Aidan Taylor Producer: Shei Yu | Content Writers: Suha Musa & Aidan Taylor I Editorial Review: Saadia Khan I Sound Designer & Editor: Ben Alleman I Immigrantly Theme Music: Simon Hutchinson | Other Music: Epidemic Sound | Cover art design: Josephine Chai | Executive Producer: Saadia Khan Please share the love and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify to help more people find us!  If you want to share your thoughts about this or other episodes, reach out at banterly@immigrantlypod.com Banterly is an Immigrantly Media Production. Episodes are released weekly every Wednesday. For advertising inquiries, you can contact us at info@immigrantlypod.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week's episode, co-hosts Aidan and Suha share their thoughts on the concept of "home," as a generation accustomed to flux and change. What is home? How do you make a place feel like home? And how do media representations shape our view of home? Aidan shares his experience growing up in St. Louis near Ferguson. He discusses the impact of the documentary What Killed Michael Brown? and its role in the birth of the Black Lives Matter movement. Suha shares her experiences in Albuquerque, the setting for High School Musical and Breaking Bad. What does home mean to you? Let us know at banterly@immigrantlypod.com __ Hosted by: Suha Musa & Aidan Taylor Producer: Shei Yu | Content Writers: Suha Musa & Aidan Taylor I Editorial Review: Saadia Khan I Sound Designer & Editor: Ben Alleman I Immigrantly Theme Music: Simon Hutchinson | Other Music: Epidemic Sound | Cover art design: Josephine Chai | Executive Producer: Saadia Khan Please share the love and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify to help more people find us!  If you want to share your thoughts about this or other episodes, reach out at banterly@immigrantlypod.com Banterly is an Immigrantly Media Production. Episodes are released weekly every Wednesday. For advertising inquiries, you can contact us at info@immigrantlypod.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of Banterly, we are thrilled to welcome our new cohost, Suha Musa! Suha joins Aidan to discuss the captivating world of Netflix's hit show, Baby Reindeer. Together, they explore the intricate balance of using personal trauma in storytelling, questioning whether it is exploitative in the same way true crime documentaries can be. The conversation takes a critical turn as Suha and Aidan discuss the importance of protecting privacy against the pervasive threat of internet doxxing. They also examine the real-life backlash that can follow such personal revelations, offering a thoughtful analysis of the repercussions that creators and individuals often face. TW: Episode mentions of stalking and sexual assault. __ Hosted by: Suha Musa & Aidan Taylor Producer: Shei Yu | Content Writers: Suha Musa & Aidan Taylor I Editorial Review: Saadia Khan I Sound Designer & Editor: Ben Alleman I Immigrantly Theme Music: Simon Hutchinson | Other Music: Epidemic Sound | Cover art design: Josephine Chai | Executive Producer: Saadia Khan Please share the love and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify to help more people find us!  If you want to share your thoughts about this or other episodes, reach out at banterly@immigrantlypod.com Banterly is an Immigrantly Media Production. Episodes are released weekly every Wednesday. For advertising inquiries, you can contact us at info@immigrantlypod.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode is all about competition, ranging from the rap feud between Kendrick Lamar and Drake to the intense on-screen matches in Challengers. Aditi and Aidan unravel the drama and tangled love triangle between Tashi (Zendaya), Art (Mike Faist), and Patrick (Josh O’Connor), navigating the complexities of their threesome dynamic through the game of tennis. At the end of the episode, one of our co-host announces some bittersweet news–stay tuned! __ Hosted by: Aditi Misra & Aidan Taylor Producer: Shei Yu | Content Writers: Aditi Misra & Aidan Taylor I Editorial Review: Saadia Khan I Sound Designer & Editor: Ben Alleman I Immigrantly Theme Music: Simon Hutchinson | Other Music: Epidemic Sound | Cover art design: Josephine Chai | Executive Producer: Saadia Khan Please share the love and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify to help more people find us!  If you want to share your thoughts about this or other episodes, reach out at banterly@immigrantlypod.com Banterly is an Immigrantly Media Production. Episodes are released weekly every Wednesday. For advertising inquiries, you can contact us at info@immigrantlypod.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Myth of Monkey Man

The Myth of Monkey Man

2024-05-0837:31

In this week's episode, Banterly welcomes back guest host Maya Shetty (#Cancelled) to the studio! Our hosts discuss Dev Patel’s directorial debut Monkey Man, debating its surface narrative and political undertones. They unravel its rich tapestry of Hindu mythology and its commentary on prevailing political and censorship issues in India. Tune in for an insightful discussion on religion, politics, and mythology! __ Hosted by: Maya Shetty & Aidan Taylor Producer: Shei Yu | Content Writers: Maya Shetty & Aidan Taylor I Editorial Review: Saadia Khan I Sound Designer & Editor: Ben Alleman I Immigrantly Theme Music: Simon Hutchinson | Other Music: Epidemic Sound | Cover art design: Josephine Chai | Executive Producer: Saadia Khan Please share the love and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify to help more people find us!  If you want to share your thoughts about this or other episodes, reach out at banterly@immigrantlypod.com Banterly is an Immigrantly Media Production. Episodes are released weekly every Wednesday. For advertising inquiries, you can contact us at info@immigrantlypod.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hey Banterly listeners! We're taking a short break to work on some exciting content. Check back next week for our episode on Dev Patel's directorial debut, Monkey Man. In the meantime, listen to one of our favorite episodes so far: The Age of the Reboot. ___ Hosted by: Aditi Misra & Aidan Taylor Producer: Shei Yu | Content Writers: Aditi Misra & Aidan Taylor I Editorial Review: Saadia Khan I Sound Designer & Editor: Ben Alleman I Immigrantly Theme Music: Simon Hutchinson | Other Music: Epidemic Sound | Cover art design: Josephine Chai | Executive Producer: Saadia Khan Please share the love and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify to help more people find us!  If you want to share your thoughts about this or other episodes, reach out at banterly@immigrantlypod.com Banterly is an Immigrantly Media Production. Episodes are released weekly every Wednesday. For advertising inquiries, you can contact us at info@immigrantlypod.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join Aidan and Aditi in this special episode where they take a break from their usual pop culture explorations to give you a glimpse behind the scenes. They share their thoughts on hosting the podcast so far, reflecting on their favorite moments and challenges. Stay tuned to the end of the episode as our hosts share their favorite New York City spots. Aidan recommends his go-to thrift stores while Aditi shares the music venues she loves for discovering NYC's underground electronic scene. So, whether you're a longtime listener or tuning in for the first time, sit back, relax, and enjoy this episode filled with banter, personal stories, and a touch of New York charm __ Hosted by: Aditi Misra & Aidan Taylor Producer: Shei Yu | Content Writers: Aditi Misra & Aidan Taylor I Editorial Review: Saadia Khan I Sound Designer & Editor: Ben Alleman I Immigrantly Theme Music: Simon Hutchinson | Other Music: Epidemic Sound | Cover art design: Josephine Chai | Executive Producer: Saadia Khan Please share the love and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify to help more people find us!  If you want to share your thoughts about this or other episodes, reach out at banterly@immigrantlypod.com Banterly is an Immigrantly Media Production. Episodes are released weekly every Wednesday. For advertising inquiries, you can contact us at info@immigrantlypod.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this week’s episode, Aidan and Aditi explore the innovative film Boyhood (2014), shot over 12 years to authentically capture a boy named Mason's journey from childhood to adulthood. They discuss director Richard Linklater's unique narrative approach and relate it to their own childhood experiences, sharing personal stories and excerpts from Aditi’s childhood diary. Our hosts discuss aging and adulthood, particularly through the lens of post-college life. They explore how Gen Z's views on "growing up" are shaped by the daunting conditions of modern society, including the looming threat of a climate apocalypse. __ Hosted by: Aditi Misra & Aidan Taylor Producer: Shei Yu | Content Writers: Aditi Misra & Aidan Taylor I Editorial Review: Saadia Khan I Sound Designer & Editor: Ben Alleman I Immigrantly Theme Music: Simon Hutchinson | Other Music: Epidemic Sound | Cover art design: Josephine Chai | Executive Producer: Saadia Khan Please share the love and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify to help more people find us!  If you want to share your thoughts about this or other episodes, reach out at banterly@immigrantlypod.com Banterly is an Immigrantly Media Production. Episodes are released weekly every Wednesday. For advertising inquiries, you can contact us at info@immigrantlypod.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this week's episode, Aidan and Aditi explore the fascinating concept of past lives, delving into the Oscar-nominated film "Past Lives" (2023). The movie tells the story of Nora and Hae Sung, two childhood friends whose bond transcends time and space. As Aidan and Aditi analyze the film's emotional impact, they share their insights into the complex psychology of the main characters and relate to the nuanced experience of straddling different cultural identities. The hosts also discuss the challenges of maintaining long-distance friendships and offer practical tips for staying connected with loved ones. Through their lighthearted discussion, Aidan and Aditi provide a unique perspective on the movie and its themes, inviting listeners to explore their beliefs and experiences around the concept of past lives. Do you believe in past lives? Let us know at banterly@immigrantlypod.com! __ Hosted by: Aditi Misra & Aidan Taylor Producer: Shei Yu | Content Writers: Aditi Misra & Aidan Taylor I Editorial Review: Saadia Khan I Sound Designer & Editor: Ben Alleman I Immigrantly Theme Music: Simon Hutchinson | Other Music: Epidemic Sound | Cover art design: Josephine Chai | Executive Producer: Saadia Khan Please share the love and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify to help more people find us!  If you want to share your thoughts about this or other episodes, reach out at banterly@immigrantlypod.com Banterly is an Immigrantly Media Production. Episodes are released weekly every Wednesday. For advertising inquiries, you can contact us at info@immigrantlypod.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It’s 2008, and vampires are having their big moment. With the release of the first Twilight movie, Stephanie Meyer forever changed our conceptions of creatures of the night by making them...sparkly. Whether you were a die-hard fan who read all the books or just got dragged to see Breaking Dawn Part Two in theaters, you definitely have some thoughts on the Twilight Saga — as do our Gen Z hosts Aidan and Aditi.  In our latest Banterly episode, we delve into the enduring legacy of the Twilight series, offering not only a glimpse into its impact but also a quick dive into the history of vampires. Plus, we unearth lesser-known tidbits about the first Twilight film's director, Catherine Hardwicke, whose artistic vision gave birth to the iconic sepia-filtered world of Twilight.  __ Hosted by: Aditi Misra & Aidan Taylor Producer: Shei Yu | Content Writers: Aditi Misra & Aidan Taylor I Editorial Review: Saadia Khan I Sound Designer & Editor: Ben Alleman I Immigrantly Theme Music: Simon Hutchinson | Other Music: Epidemic Sound | Cover art design: Josephine Chai | Executive Producer: Saadia Khan Please share the love and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify to help more people find us!  If you want to share your thoughts about this or other episodes, reach out at banterly@immigrantlypod.com Banterly is an Immigrantly Media Production. Episodes are released weekly every Wednesday. For advertising inquiries, you can contact us at info@immigrantlypod.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Music Wrapped

Music Wrapped

2024-03-2734:04

This episode is a treasure trove of music recommendations, personal anecdotes, and pure passion as Aditi and Aidan delve into the music they can't get enough of. Don't miss out on discovering the title of Aidan's original track and understanding Aditi's nuanced take on Kanye post-cancellation. Going through their Spotify Wrapped and Apple Music Replay, our Gen Z hosts share their favorite artists, reminiscing about unforgettable concerts, and revealing what's on repeat in their playlists. Listen along on this week's episode playlist. __ Hosted by: Aditi Misra & Aidan Taylor Producer: Shei Yu | Content Writers: Aditi Misra & Aidan Taylor I Editorial Review: Saadia Khan I Sound Designer & Editor: Steve Martin I Immigrantly Theme Music: Simon Hutchinson | Other Music: Epidemic Sound | Cover art design: Josephine Chai | Executive Producer: Saadia Khan Please share the love and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify to help more people find us!  If you want to share your thoughts about this or other episodes, reach out at banterly@immigrantlypod.com Banterly is an Immigrantly Media Production. Episodes are released weekly every Wednesday. For advertising inquiries, you can contact us at info@immigrantlypod.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Maybe One Day

Maybe One Day

2024-03-2043:06

In this week's episode of Banterly, the hosts delve into the concept of believing in soulmates, examining the unique connection shared between Dexter and Emma in the popular Netflix show, One Day. Aidan and Aditi banter over Dexter's attachment style and discuss the differences between short-term and long-term life planning. Tune Are you a planner like Emma? Or do you wing it one day at a time like Dexter? The episode wraps with our hosts sharing personal stories about a time they've been rejected, exploring how rejection can foster growth and resilience. In the wise words of Aditi, "the worse someone can say is no, so YOLO." __ Hosted by: Aditi Misra & Aidan Taylor Producer: Shei Yu | Content Writers: Aditi Misra & Aidan Taylor I Editorial Review: Saadia Khan I Sound Designer & Editor: Steve Martin I Immigrantly Theme Music: Simon Hutchinson | Other Music: Epidemic Sound | Cover art design: Josephine Chai | Executive Producer: Saadia Khan Please share the love and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify to help more people find us!  If you want to share your thoughts about this or other episodes, reach out at banterly@immigrantlypod.com Banterly is an Immigrantly Media Production. Episodes are released weekly every Wednesday. For advertising inquiries, you can contact us at info@immigrantlypod.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Generation Glee

Generation Glee

2024-03-1334:43

Glee (2009-2015) blazed trails in queer representation with its catchy musical numbers, intricate storylines, and iconic LGBTQ+ characters like Kurt Hummel and Santana Rivera. This week, Aidan and Aditi reflect on Glee's influence while drawing parallels to Heartstopper (2022-), a fresh series spotlighting young LGBTQ romance. Listen to the full episode to find out Aidan's St. Louis celebrity connections! __ Hosted by: Aditi Misra & Aidan Taylor Producer: Shei Yu | Content Writers: Aditi Misra & Aidan Taylor I Editorial Review: Saadia Khan I Sound Designer & Editor: Steve Martin I Immigrantly Theme Music: Simon Hutchinson | Other Music: Epidemic Sound | Cover art design: Josephine Chai | Executive Producer: Saadia Khan Please share the love and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify to help more people find us!  If you want to share your thoughts about this or other episodes, reach out at banterly@immigrantlypod.com Banterly is an Immigrantly Media Production. Episodes are released weekly every Wednesday. For advertising inquiries, you can contact us at info@immigrantlypod.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Oscars are this Sunday, March 10 and Aditi and Aidan sit down to discuss three of the Best Picture nominees: the Holdovers, Poor Things, and Oppenheimer. This episode, they explore the question of “What makes something Oscar-worthy?” and examine the role of the Academy in determining a film’s merit. Follow along as they exchange thoughts on the dichotomy between highbrow and lowbrow art, as well as the culture of shaming present in art criticism.  __ Hosted by: Aditi Misra & Aidan Taylor Producer: Shei Yu | Editorial Review & Executive Producer: Saadia Khan I Sound Designer & Editor: Steve Martin I Immigrantly Theme Music: Simon Hutchinson | Other Music: Epidemic Sound | Cover art design: Josephine Chai Please share the love and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify to help more people find us!  If you want to share your thoughts about this or other episodes, reach out at banterly@immigrantlypod.com Banterly is an Immigrantly Media Production. Episodes are released weekly every Wednesday. For advertising inquiries, you can contact us at info@immigrantlypod.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#Cancelled

#Cancelled

2024-02-2837:35

Meet Banterly's first Gen Z guest host! Comedy fan Maya Shetty joins Aidan and Aditi as they delve into the controversial realm of cancel culture in comedy. This episode focuses on pivotal moments, such as Dave Chapelle's commentary on J.K. Rowling and the trans community, Hasan Minhaj’s New Yorker scandal, along with Bo Burnham's introspective approach and Shane Gillis' recent hosting gig on SNL. Tune in for a discussion on the intersection of humor, social critique, and accountability. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Grown is a podcast about the in-between: the nebulous, the liminal, the just plain weird time between those awkward teenage years and full-on adulthood. Join co-hosts Aleeza Kazmi and Alfonso “Fonzo” Lacayo as they present true stories that deal with the challenges and joys of growing up. Episodes drop every two weeks! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Age of the Reboot

The Age of the Reboot

2024-02-2138:29

This week's episode of Banterly is all about nostalgia. We're talking about pre-quarantine TikTok trends, Wizards of Waverly Place, and two of our favorite reboots of all time: BH90210 (2019) and Dynasty (2017).  Hosted by: Aditi Misra & Aidan Taylor Producer: Shei Yu | Editorial Review & Executive Producer: Saadia Khan I Sound Designer & Editor: Steve Martin I Immigrantly Theme Music: Simon Hutchinson | Other Music: Epidemic Sound | Cover art design: Josephine Chai Please share the love and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify to help more people find us!  If you want to share your thoughts about this or other episodes, reach out at banterly@immigrantlypod.com Banterly is an Immigrantly Media Production. Episodes are released weekly every Wednesday. For advertising inquiries, you can contact us at info@immigrantlypod.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Happy Valentine's Day! Aditi and Aidan discuss their love languages, share their favorite rom-coms, and contemplate Gen Z's views on love. This week's episode features When Harry Met Sally, Anyone But You, La La Land, and Holding The Man. Stay tuned to the end of the episode for a musical treat! Love languages quiz: https://5lovelanguages.com/quizzes/love-language Hosted by: Aditi Misra & Aidan Taylor Producer: Shei Yu | Editorial Review & Executive Producer: Saadia Khan I Sound Designer & Editor: Steve Martin I Immigrantly Theme Music: Simon Hutchinson | Other Music: Epidemic Sound | Cover art design: Josephine Chai Please share the love and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify to help more people find us!  If you want to share your thoughts about this or other episodes, reach out at banterly@immigrantlypod.com Banterly is an Immigrantly Media Production. Episodes are released weekly every Wednesday. For advertising inquiries, you can contact us at info@immigrantlypod.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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