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Bad Romance Podcast

By Jourdain Searles and Bronwyn Isaac

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Comedians Jourdain Searles and Bronwyn Isaac skewer Hollywood's worst romantic films.

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Exactly what I’ve been looking for!

I’m always excited to get the new episode notification for Bad Romance! It’s so satisfying to hear spot-on, funny critiques of terrible romantic films from people who actually love and understand the genre—without the misogyny and condescension many other “bad movie” podcasts too often fall into. Jourdain and Bronwyn also have great banter that I often find myself mentally yelling along with as someone who has also seen too many romcoms.

This podcast is great!

This podcast jumps to the top of my listening list every time an episode drops! I really appreciate the research into who made the movie and what roles the stars have previously been in. Jourdain and Bronwyn are great to listen to! They bring up wonderful points about rom-com trends and what works and what does not. Highly recommended!


So much this podcast. I have no one to rant about rom-coms with (despite having a soft spot for them), and having a consitent podcast about stuff like this is so cathartic.
Definitely give a listen if you either want to learn more about rom-coms or just have a laugh at the/be infuriated with the ridiculous premises of some of them. It's also nice that they engage with the racism, misogyny, and troubling world views deeply apparent in some of these films. They obviously actually care about the genre, which shines through in their criticisms.

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