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Netflix Podcasts explore the world of Netflix through audio. We go behind the scenes of series and films, dig deeper with your favorite stars, and explore the most exciting projects on the platform. We also develop in-world content and other supplemental audio programs to help fans discover new favorites and learn more about the shows and films they already love.


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Because I Watched

The stories we watch on television and at the movies can impact the stories of our own lives. Each week we’ll hear stories from real people all over the world about the ways their favorite tv and movies have shaped them. Featuring the voices of Helena Bonham Carter, Cara Buono, Bobby Berk and more.

Behind the Irishman

Go behind the scenes of Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman with this official companion podcast from Netflix. Hosted by comedian and The Irishman co-star Sebastian Maniscalco (“Crazy Joe” Gallo), this three-part series features interviews with cast and crew, including Martin Scorsese, Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci. Hear the story of Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran from the man he chose to tell it—and how Scorsese and De Niro fought for years to bring that story to the screen. Plus, learn about the brand-new technology the visual effects wizards at Industrial Light and Magic built to bring this epic tale to life. This podcast was produced by Netflix with FannieCo and Crossroad Productions.

Behind the Scenes: The Witcher

Geralt of Rivia. Yennefer of Vengerberg. Cirilla the Lion Cub of Cintra. These three iconic characters were born out of Andrzej Sapkowski’s best selling books and are the center of the new Netflix Original series, The Witcher. So how did the writers, cast, and crew take almost 3,000 pages of original material and bring this fantastical world to life? After you fulfill your destiny of watching The Witcher, host Brandon Jenkins (Mogul, There’s Something About Dolemite) takes you through the adaptation process, from the writers room all the way to your screen.

The Call Sheet with Chris Tapley

A weekly show that dives deep into the craft of your favorite Netflix films and series with some of the most talented artists and artisans in the game.

The Crown: The Official Podcast

A new and exclusive podcast to accompany the launch of Season 3 of The Crown on November 17th. Hosted by Edith Bowman, the podcast follows the show episode by episode, diving deep into the stories and taking listeners behind the scenes with insights from many of the people involved in the show, including showrunner, writer and creator Peter Morgan and members of the brand new cast.

I Hate Talking About Myself

Get to know your favorite Netflix stars as they face their toughest interviewer yet– themselves. It's Netflix stars like you've never heard them before. We provide the questions, toss them in a bowl, and let the guest do the rest.

I’m Obsessed With This

What’s everyone talking about on Netflix? Our recurring host Bobby Finger (Who Weekly, Jezebel) will invite guests — fans, critics, or some combination of the above — to discuss the most-discussed titles of the moment.

The Only Podcast Left: Daybreak

It's post-apocalyptic Glendale. The Jocks, Cheermazons, STEM Punks, Disciples of Kardashia, and more are battling for dominance in the valley. And after you tear through Daybreak Season 1, you'll want to meet the A.V. Club. They’re a group of kids who survived the apocalypse by using their skills to rig cameras and spy on warring tribes all over the valley. And now they’re making a show about it, while juggling their own personal drama and trying to stay alive as mutant pugs, ghoulies, and a mysterious new tribe all try to kill their vibe. It's The Only Podcast Left.

Present Company

A lively and interesting conversation with talent and filmmakers as well as occasional notables outside but related to industry and pop culture. Hosted by Krista Smith.


The Prism feed will be our LGBTQ+ focused podcast space moving forward. Season 1 (Tales of Your City) tells stories queer place and community, produced and told by queer people from those locations.

Strong Black Lead

Tracy Clayton (Another Round) interviews some of the foundational people in black pop culture who’ve yet to get their due. Instead of waiting too long and only celebrating the legends of the culture after they pass, this podcast will explore their lives and legacy with them present.

Watching With…

Working with NetflixFilms, a Director’s Commentary style podcast that dives deeper into our most popular and interesting films. Our goal is to integrate this into the product experience on films.

We Are Netflix

Work & life at Netflix as told through original interviews with employees from every corner of the company.

You Can't Make This Up

A recurring slate of hosts tackle dig into the real stories behind Netflix’s true crime films and series. If it’s about crime, cults or conspiracy, we cover it here with interviews with the creators and subjects, behind the scenes moments and more.
Netflix’s growing portfolio of branded podcasts, occasionally surprising and savvy as they are, is so intriguing.


Just because you’ve finished binge-watching all of Stranger Things season 3 doesn’t mean you’re out of new Stranger Things content to consume. Netflix is here to keep on providing you with even more Stranger Things, this time in the form of a podcast.


Hopefully, Netflix will continue to release these episodes with their original films, to give cinephiles some additional insight into what went into making them.

The Verge

The goal is to emulate the sort of water-cooler chatter that buzzy streaming shows typically receive. “It’s kind of like a book club, but instead of reading books, you’re watching Netflix original shows and films that are all surprisingly true.”


Rae Votta

Rae Votta

Platform Lead

Obsessed with obsession, Rae has found a lot to obsess over at Netflix. After helming social media projects for Our Planet, Making a Murderer and Icarus, she’s leading Netflix’s foray into the podcast space, producing 9 shows and counting— including Behind The Scenes: Stranger Things and You Can’t Make This Up, which was nominated for the iHeartRadio Podcast Award. In her spare time, Rae co-owns a board game design company.