5 Celebrity Interview Series To Binge Watch On YouTube

These days there is a countless amount of content available across the internet, and in recent years YouTube has become one of the most popular and innovative platforms. The website has amassed such a huge following that they have even created their own paid subscription service titled YouTube Originals. However, there is still an abundance of awesome content that you don’t have to pay for. Here are 5 binge-worthy interview shows that featured some of your favorite celebrities.

1. First We Feast – Hot Ones

This YouTube show might be of the most creative ways to interview people ever! The premise of the show is simple- each episode a new celebrity guest is invited and challenged to eat increasingly spicier hot wings with every question they are asked. The questions and conversations are thought-provoking and the guest’s reactions while trying to withstand some of the spiciest hot sauces in the world ensures that no interview is ever boring!

2. Variety – Actors On Actors

Variety’s talk show series brings actors together for a unique interview experience. Instead of being asked questions by a traditional interviewer, the guests get to take turns interviewing each other and are free to carry the conversation where ever they like. Popular episodes have included Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow, Brad Pitt and Adam Sandler, and Shia LaBeouf and Kristen Stewart.

3. Bright Minded: Live With Miley Cyrus

This interview series was created by Miley Cyrus in the midst of quarantine. Cyrus shared that this project felt important to her because it was a way to keep the conversation going during such an unfamiliar time we were all experiencing together. Over the course of her 21 episodes, Cyrus has hosted a massive amount of guests, and some of her most popular episodes have included Reece Witherspoon, Elizabeth Warren, Paris Hilton, and childhood friends Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato.

4. The Hollywood Reporter – Roundtable

The Hollywood Reporter has always focused on creating a conversation about the film, media, and entertainment industry, and over the past decade, their Youtube channel has been an extension of that. Their series titled ‘The Roundtable’ brings together groups of actors, directors, and creatives to talk about past experiences, the climate of the industry, and ideas and anticipations for the future.

5. The Joe Rogan Experience

Joe Rogan is a former comedian, television host, and actor. In 2009, Rogan created his own podcast titled ‘The Joe Rogan Experience’ where he invites a guest to interview each episode. Guests have included various actors, musicians, politicians, presidential candidates, athletes, scientists, and journalists. The podcast has continued to grow in popularity over the course of the decade, and by April 2019 the podcast was being downloaded 190 million times per month.