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POPSUGAR’S podcast for the pop culture obsessed. Our hosts, Becky Kirsch and Zareen Siddiqui, break down the biggest moments in celebrity and entertainment news, providing the kind of in-depth analysis, banter, and theories that take over your group texts and happy-hour conversations.

20 Episodes
We all have that one friend who is resistant to the seemingly irresistible pull of Marvel movies (or maybe you are that friend). With Loki out on Disney+, movie theaters opening up again, and phase 4 of Marvel about to begin, it feels like there's no better time to get on the MCU train if you aren't already. In this week's episode of Not Over It, we're having a good old-fashioned debate about whether or not Marvel movies are worth the hype. Pick a side! Learn more about your ad-choices at
Bo Burnham has been on a hiatus from performing stand-up comedy since 2016, but he recently went back to his roots with the surprise release of his new Netflix special, Inside. The 90-minute one-man performance is both hilarious and heart-wrenching, and we've been talking about it pretty much nonstop since we watched it. On this week's episode, we're diving into the incredibly catchy songs and the deeper conversations that Burnham has sparked with Inside. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Every summer comes with a soundtrack, usually made up of the latest and greatest pop songs that keep us blowing out our speakers from the car to the beach all season long. But there's something about the summer jams of the '90s that will always hold a special place in hearts. On this week's episode, we're revisiting our favorite summer songs that defined the '90s, so close your eyes and queue up your Will Smith playlist, because it's summer, summer, summertime. Learn more about your ad-choices at
When it comes to TV, summer means we can expect the return of some of the most wild reality dating shows, like Love Island, Too Hot to Handle, and Bachelor in Paradise. But it took decades to get us from The Dating Game to Love Is Blind, and in this week's episode , we're discussing some of the most memorable — and messy — reality shows we've watched (and cringed at) over the years. Learn more about your ad-choices at
When Friends went off the air in 2004, we truly had no idea that we'd still be talking about the sitcom 17 years later, but here we are. On this week's episode, we're gearing up for the Friends reunion special by re-visiting some of our all-time favorite guest stars, one-liners, and episodes of the show. (It was extremely hard to narrow it down without Monica's level of organization, but we tried.) Learn more about your ad-choices at
The Return of Bennifer

The Return of Bennifer


If the past few weeks have taught us anything, it's that the world is truly not over Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez as a couple. On this week's episode, we're breaking down all the latest developments of Ben and Jen's reunion — their trip to Montana, Alex Rodriguez's "response," and of course, what Ben's BFF Matt Damon has to say about all this. Plus, we dig deep into why we're all still so invested in this couple 17 years after they called off their engagement and broke up. Learn more about your ad-choices at
The year 2011 was good to us — it gave us Game of Thrones, Drake's "Take Care," and three Ryan Gosling movies, so naturally it was a memorable year for pop culture. On this week's episode, we're checking in to see where some of the biggest "rising stars" of 2011 landed since getting their big break 10 years ago. While some turned into household names, superheroes, and Oscar winners, others hit their peak just a little earlier than we all predicted.  Learn more about your ad-choices at
In an age where there seems to be a bottomless pit of TV shows to watch, why do we find ourselves sticking with series that have gotten worse with time (or never were good to begin with)? In this week's episode of Not Over It, we're digging into the art of hate-watching: why we do it, when we know it's time to quit, and how complaining about shows like Riverdale and Emily in Paris can actually bring us closer together. Learn more about your ad-choices at
California, here we come — on this week's episode we're going back to The OC with two of the stars from the show that became a phenomenon. Rachel Bilson and Melinda Clarke (aka Summer Roberts and Julie Cooper) join us to re-visit some of the show's most iconic episodes (The fashion! The drama! The Spider-Man kiss!), the pop culture moments they're personally not over, and what we can expect from their new podcast, Welcome to the OC, Bitches. Learn more about your ad-choices at
This year’s strange (and mostly virtual) award season wraps up with the Oscars on April 25, and on this week's episode of Not Over It, we're giving you a taste of what's in store. Plus, our predictions for who will be thanking the Academy (via Zoom or otherwise), the movies you need to see beforehand, and our favorite moments from Oscars past — roll the clip of the infamous La La Land vs. Moonlight mix-up. Learn more about your ad-choices at
When Regé-Jean Page announced that he wouldn't be returning for the second season of Bridgerton, fans collectively lost their minds at the thought of the show continuing without Netflix's newest heartthrob. Page is hardly the first actor to build a huge fan base after hitting Netflix though, and on this week's episode, we're digging into the trope of the "Netflix boyfriend"— how actors like Noah Centineo skyrocket to stardom, what they do with their newfound fame, and why we can't seem to resist their onscreen personas. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Reality TV Showdown

Reality TV Showdown


From The Challenge to Love Island and back again, this week's episode of Not Over It is all about the wild world of reality TV. We're diving into the shows we love (if you're not watching Real Housewives of Potomoc, you're missing out!), the ones we just can't quit (that's you, Siesta Key), and the underrated gems that are just waiting to take over your entire weekend with drama. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Pete Davidson might be dating Bridgerton's Phoebe Dynevor, Saweetie and Quavo are no more, and truly no one really knows what's happening with Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez. On this week's episode, we break down the latest in the world of celebrity couples, pondering questions like, "What if Harry Styles was your stepdad?" and, "How exactly did Machine Gun Kelly get that necklace of Megan Fox's blood?". Learn more about your ad-choices at
Because we never get tired of talking about Fyre Festival — and more importantly, the two documentaries that followed — this week's episode of Not Over It is all about famous scams and the entertainment we've reaped from them. We discuss the latest con to get the Netflix treatment in Operation Varsity Blues, then revisit some of our favorite documentaries and docuseries about the scammers who nearly tricked their way to the top. Learn more about your ad-choices at
We needed a full week to process Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's revealing sit-down interview with Oprah — and all that ensued in the days after. In this week's episode, we examine some of the biggest revelations with the help of special guest and royals aficionado Allie Merriam, who answers all of our questions about "the Firm" and more.  Learn more about your ad-choices at
The year was 2005. George W. Bush was president, we listened to music on iPods, and Netflix was still a DVD-rental-by-mail service. It was also the year that marked the beginning of an era in primetime television: the premiere of Grey's Anatomy. On this episode of Not Over It, we're revisiting some of the show's most iconic moments (for better or for worse), storylines we still can't get over, and the show's most heart-wrenching character departures. Join us as we try to remember all 17 seasons of ups, downs, and close encounters in the elevator at the hospital formerly known as Seattle Grace. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Remember back in the olden days when we saw movies in theaters? The year 2020 hit the movie industry hard, and the term "home box office" never felt so literal. As a result, many studios are releasing even their biggest blockbusters on streaming platforms, and there are a lot of films we'll be able to watch on our couches this year. On this week's episode, we dig into the movies we can't wait to see — Mortal Kombat, Don't Look Up, and In the Heights all made the cut, because we deserve the best of all genres! Learn more about your ad-choices at
Sex and the City is getting a reboot, and Becky and Zareen attempt to answer all of your questions: How will it go on without Samantha? Will Carrie and the gang still eat every meal at Cafeteria? Will anyone actually call this show by its new name, And Just Like That...? Probably not, but we’ll still be watching every episode. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Welcome to Not Over It! In our first episode, we break down some of the craziest moments of 2020 (who could forget that "Imagine" video), get nostalgic about shows we're still thinking about like The O.C. and re-evaluate everything we thought we knew about Justin Timberlake. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Tune in to “Not Over It,” a new podcast for the pop-culture obsessed. Join POPSUGAR Editors Becky Kirsch and Zareen Siddiqui each week as they break down the latest and greatest in entertainment Learn more about your ad-choices at
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Andi-Roo Libecap

I honestly thought Ben Affleck was getting back together with Jennifer Garner, which I thought was sweet. I'm kinda bummed it's JLo. Not like, SUPER bummed, because I don't quite care enough to work up that much enthusiasm one way or the other. But just like, huh, bummer, oh well, anyways...

May 25th
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