Thick skin with jeff ross
Me and Cousin Ed made a rare field trip over to Judd Apatow’s production office. The prolific filmmaker and comedian generously opened up about the loss of his mentor Garry Shandling, filming his new movie on Staten Island with Pete Davidson, and his Grandma Molly who used to play Mojong with my Aunt Bess.
We also tackle some “Touchy Subjects” such as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudueau’s blackface debacle, Sean Spicer’s appearance on “Dancing With The Stars” and the recent Global Climate Strike. It all wraps up with a “Roast In Peace” tribute to the Cars’ Rick Ocasek. Life is hard. Let’s get through it together.
I HAVE TO ASK PODCAST
Judd Apatow is a comedian, writer, director, and producer. He sits down with Isaac Chotiner to discuss his new documentary on the life of Garry Shandling, which comedians are actually “normal” people, and having your friends accused of bad behavior in the age of #MeToo.
the adam carolla show 2
Adam welcomes Judd Apatow to the podcast right at the top of the show. Adam compliments him on his new stand-up special, as well as projects like the film ‘Funny People’ and the HBO series ‘Crashing’. The guys then discuss the powerful new documentary about the life of comedian Garry Shandling, and evolution of comedy. Other topics of conversation include fear of death, being satisfied by your work, and how Garry Shandling changed the sitcom. Adam then asks Judd about his path to success, how he got ‘The 40 Year Old Virgin’ made when Adam was told the idea would never work, and observations he’s made raising two daughters. Before Good Sports, the guys talk a bit more about the process of creating Judd’s standup special, his upcoming projects, and producers who don’t recognize talent.
fitzdog radio 2
Greg and Judd discuss the incredible and complicated life of Garry Shandling.
larry wilmore: black on the air
Larry Wilmore sits down with renowned TV and film producer, writer, and comedian Judd Apatow to discuss each other's heroes and experiences in the world of comedy.
ALL OF the ABOVE WITH NORMAN LEAR
Writer, Director, Producer Judd Apatow joins Norman solo in studio to talk about his upcoming projects, producing The Big Sick, his parents divorce helping influence his comedy, his upcoming stand up special, and how his kids contribute to his humor. Plus, Norman talks about working with Frank Sinatra and Jerry Lewis.
the joe rogan experience
Judd Apatow is a film producer, writer, director, actor, and comedian. Look for him touring all over this summer, and check out his latest film "The Big Sick" opening June 23rd in New York & Los Angeles.
The Bill Simmons Podcast
Bill Simmons is joined by Judd Apatow to discuss the state of American politics (5:00), his attempt to humanize Muslim Americans in The Big Sick(19:00), his return to the stand-up comedy circuit (24:00), the Freaks and Geeks experience in today’s TV landscape (30:30), the binge-watching culture and lack of conversation around shows (38:00), Garry Shandling’s greatest comedic moments (44:00), LeBron’s comedy chops (53:00), the forgotten art of DVD extras (1:02:00), and Ray Romano’s role in The Big Sick(1:09:00).
the fighter and the kid
Judd Apatow joins Brendan and Bryan to discuss his early stand up performances, Louis CK's valuable tips, doing a pilot with Kevin Hart and much more!
You Made it weird
Artie Lange and Judd Apatow make it weird over dinner at Morimoto in Philadelphia!
the adam carolla show
Adam and Bald Bryan welcome Judd Apatow to the podcast, as Gina is out sick today. Adam then talks about enjoying the Super Bowl even though he lost money on the big game. Judd makes his own observations about the game, and talks about the premieres of both ‘Girls’ and ‘Crashing’. The guys also chat about the dynamic that Artie Lange and Pete Holmes have with each other, and Adam compliments Judd on his ability to usher in great comedic talent. Later, Judd describes a moment that made him want to do comedy, and talks about grilling hamburgers as stress relief. The guys also discuss Trump’s lack of a workout regiment, how Trump feels about his approval rating, and why Judd is uncomfortable with the current administration. As the show wraps up, Judd talks about his OCD, and Bald Bryan shares a numbers theory with Adam.
From their new HBO show “Crashing,” Judd Apatow and Pete Holmes talk hell gigs and Garry Shandling.
The Nerdist podcast
Judd Apatow (director, 40 Year Old Virgin, Knocked Up) returns to the Nerdist to chat with Chris, Matt and Jonah about what makes a successful movie in today’s society, how comedy movies have changed since the ’80s, and what it was like working with the late Garry Shandling. Judd also talks about his time working on The Ben Stiller Show, why he started doing stand up again, and how he is juggling stand up with directing!
WTF with MArc Maron
Judd Apatow has a lot going on right now. So when he came over to the garage to talk with Marc about some of his projects, it’s no wonder they kept talking for an hour. Judd and Marc discuss charitable works, the fear of insignificance, and continuing to learn from other funny people. Plus, Marc has a big announcement.