Phil Rosenthalthe creator of “Everyone Loves Raymond” on CBS and host of “Someone Feed Phil” on Netflix, is going to strip – metaphorically – for his first podcast.
Rosenthal is teaming up with SiriusXM Embroidery the podcast department is launching a weekly talk show “Naked Lunch,” which he hosts alongside his friend and longtime Rolling Stone journalist David Wilde. The show’s premiere is scheduled for this spring, available on all major podcast platforms.
Rosenthal and Wilde will be joined in the show by a special guest who will talk about what is happening in their lives, not just about recent roles in movies, books or special projects. According to Sticher, episodes will often be recorded at Rosenthal’s home in Los Angeles, and lunch ordered at some of his favorite local eateries. According to the company, the show will be an “informal meeting of minds, minds and hearts.”
“I’ve had dinner with David for many years, and we often bring other friends with us: great musicians, actors, comedians, chefs, all types,” Rosenthal said in a statement. “We always eat and laugh a lot. And we invariably say we should write it down. And now we are. “
Stitcher will support the production of “Naked Lunch”, and SXM Media, a joint sales group of SiriusXM, has the exclusive rights to sell global advertising on the show.
The executive producers of the series will be Chris Bannon (“Freakonomics”, “Conan O’Brien needs a friend”), Josephine Martarano (“Reading Levar Burton”, “Rules of Science! With Bill Nye”) and Matt Gurley (Conan O. “Brian needs a friend”). friend ”,“ Superego ”).
“We’re excited to help Phil and David bring“ Naked Lunch ”to life,” said Daniel Osit, Stitcher’s chief operating officer. “As everyone who watches“ Someone Feed Phil ”knows, Phil wants to talk well. With him and David in the center of a table filled with interesting guests, listeners will have to drown a lot.
Rosenthal created the CBS hit comedy “Everyone Loves Raymond” and was a showrunner and executive producer during all nine years of the show from 1996 to 2005. In 2011, he wrote, directed and starred in his first feature film, Export of Raymond, a true story about an attempt to turn a TV show into a Russian sitcom. In the fall of 2015, PBS hosted the premiere of Rosenthal’s first travel series, “I’ll Have What Phil Has.”
Rosenthal lives in Los Angeles with his wife, actress Monica Horan (who played Amy in “Everyone Loves Raymond”).