Hosts Dave Holmes and Matt McConkey grill LGBT celebrities on what they’re loving, and who they’re loving. This queer comedy party celebrates pop culture obsessions and interrogates guests on their personal experiences with dating, sex and love. Looking for the archives? All episodes older than 6 months can be found exclusively on Stitcher Premium, ad-free. Go to stitcher.com/premium and use promo code EARWOLF for 1 month free (and $5 off the annual plan!).
MTV Music Video Award nominated music video director (and Matt’s ex!) Dano Cerny joins Dave and Matt to talk about working with The Chainsmokers, Halsey, Sia and more, his evolution as a filmmaker, and the music videos that inspired him. Also, growing up a child actor, tales from the VMA red carpet, and Dano’s love-hate relationship with his boyfriend’s cat. Plus, Dano and Matt recount their romantic past in a Homophilia first!
This episode is sponsored by Phlur (www.phlur.com/homo).
Actor and comedian Travis Coles (David Makes Man) joins Matt and Dave to chat about watching every episode of Riverdale, top musicals, and all things Jurassic Park. Then, they get into the latest Willow album, Travis’s Spotify search history, and EVERYTHING about their experiences working with Oprah. Plus, Catholic school guilt, looking for a way to feel seen, and coming out (accidentally).
On this Mo’Mophilia, Nia Clark joins Matt & Dave to discuss her work as a National LGBTQ+ Mentor for the Big Brothers and Big Sisters of America Organization. She shares about her journey through foster care, taking autonomy over her body as a trans youth, and viewing people holistically. Then, ally Morgan Walsh explains her role in Gender Nation - a non profit 501c3 she co-founded with Keiko Feldman - which is committed to donating uplifting and inclusive LGBTQ+ affirming books to school libraries. They also discuss We Are The World, The Cher Show on Broadway, and raising a queer child.
Learn more about Gender Nation here - http://gendernation.org/
Actor Tuc Watkins sits down with Dave and Matt to talk about working on the spectacular 50th anniversary revival of The Boys in the Band and the upcoming movie, his first ever speaking roles on Growing Pains and Saved by the Bell, and taking the focus off himself as a dad. Plus, coming out on the Marie Osmond show, the perfect LA Tinder date, and breaking the “one actor per family” rule with his boyfriend and co-star Andrew Rannells.
This episode is sponsored by Mack Weldon (www.mackweldon.com code: HOMO) and Shame On You podcast.
Screenwriters Hannah Pearl Utt and Jen Tullock join Matt and Dave to discuss writing, directing and starring in their new film “Before You Know It,” being raised in fringe communities, and the process of casting co-stars Judith Light and Mandy Patinkin. Plus, perfectly made movies about love, where Hannah and Jen draw their inspiration, emulating “All About Eve,” Sundance romances, and coming out as a theist.
This episode is sponsored by hims (www.forhims.com/homo).
The brilliant comic Erin Foley joins Matt and Dave to talk about why gay cruises are the best crowds, fav couples on Bachelor in Paradise, and her new comedy album “Deep Dive.” Plus, the first joke she told onstage, being in a relationship that makes her want to be the best version of herself, the awkwardness of coming out to a Catholic family, and finding her own personal church in the world of sports.
Check out Erin’s podcast Sports Without Balls here.
This episode is sponsored by Phlur (www.phlur.com/homo) and TodayTix (www.todaytix.com/homo code: HOMO)
The very charismatic stand-up comedian and writer Dewayne Perkins talks with Matt & Dave this week about forcing himself to become a morning person, his first-ever acting jobs, and the incredibly strange timing of getting his writing gig on Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Plus loving Ariana Grande before she was huge, getting fashion dissed and turning off his fandom, finding what works in a LDR, and the most important and sometimes anti-climactic moments of Dewayne’s life.
Actors, improv performers, and podcast hosts Oscar Montoya and Tony Rodriguez join Matt & Dave for this week’s Homophilia! They talk about what’s on their playlists right now, dancing or sitting at concerts, and the attractiveness of Rick Moranis. Oscar divulges about his Are You The One crush, Tony shares his realizations on dating, and what they present on dating apps. Also #HiImTrash, Tinder vs. Grindr, and coffee dates being too business-y.
This episode is sponsored by Mack Weldon (www.mackweldon.com code: HOMO)
First, Roz Drezfalez joins to talk about her new podcast GHOSTED! - which is all about, you guessed it, ghosts! They discuss her own experiences, the difference between a ghost and a succubus, and the fun in believing anything is possible. Plus, they talk Drag Race, Real Housewives, and Lisa Rinna's hustle. Then, author and professor Alexander Chee joins Matt & Dave to discuss his book, HOW TO WRITE AN AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL NOVEL: ESSAYS. They chat about Princess Margaret, X-Men, young summer love, and how Oprah is always right.
Performer and writer Chris Kelly (The Other Two) talks with Matt & Dave this week - discussing sleeping habits, Heidi Rose Robbins the beauty of astrology, and strange psychic readings. Plus male friendships on Love Island and R.I.P Xtuber Josh. Chris shares some background on Justin Theroux’s apartment in The Other Two, the Instagay community’s response to the show, his meet-cute with his boyfriend, and high-school cast parties.
This episode is sponsored by hims (www.forhims.com/homo).
This is a double-interview episode! First, producer and SVP of Music for KIDZ BOP Michael Anderson stops by to talk with Matt and Dave on this week’s Homophilia. They discuss predicting charts, laundering gayness, Judge Judy, and the Kidz Bop tour. He also shares about his relationship with his husband of 15 years, and how they met in an AOL chat room. Then actor and Broadway prodigy Daisy Eagan joins the guys to talk about her and Matt’s time in Jersey Shoresical, the new Aladdin movie, and Dave not seeing any Disney renaissance classics. She describes her relationship with her ex-boyfriend/current partner, as well as the complications of long-distance dating. Plus - Dave asks the tough question of “are you drinking pesto or a smoothie?”
This episode is sponsored by Phlur (www.phlur.com/homo).
Actor, interior designer, and painter Mark Patton joins Matt on this week’s Homophilia to discuss his role in the new documentary Scream, Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street exploring the homoerotic Nightmare on Elm Street 2. They discuss his wonderful relationship with costar Robert Rusler, being gay in Hollywood in the 80s, and how he related to his character Jesse. They also talk about his life in Mexico, why he said goodbye acting, and who are the homophobic gatekeepers in the entertainment industry. Then, co-directors Tyler Jenson and Roman Chimienti join for the second half of the interview to discuss how this documentary came together.
Actor and #1 Helen Hunt fan Scott Evans joins Matt and Dave this week to talk about onscreen nudity, filming the first daytime soap sex scene, his love of short guys and the movie Twister! Plus, Abercrombie bags on his NYU wall, middle + high school girlfriends, and being in his first year-long relationship.
This episode is sponsored by Mack Weldon (www.mackweldon.com code: HOMO) and Away (www.awaytravel.com/homo code: HOMO).
Filmmaker, performer and writer Jordan Firstman joins Dave and Matt this week to talk about being on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, meditation retreats, falling in love with his voice teacher, and dealing with "no". Plus, instacrushes, Washcloth the dog, and meeting his boyfriend / friend of the show, Charles Rogers!
This episode is sponsored by Openfit (text HOMOPHILIA to 303030).
Pop music maker and DJ Bright Light Bright Light joins Matt and Dave this week to talk about opening for Elton John, gross LaCroix flavors and being gorgeously single. Plus, The Cheeky Girls, being on the road for 10 years, and Matt and Dave share their 4th of July earthquake and Big Sur stories!
This episode is sponsored by Phlur (www.phlur.com/homo) and hims (www.forhims.com/homo).
It’s the 100th episode of Homophilia! To celebrate, Dave and Matt welcome Casey Wilson to the studio. She doesn’t technically identify as LGBTQ, but she’s an esteemed ally and a beloved burgeoning gay icon. Casey reflects on her musical theatre roots, her connection to the queer community, and the magic of the right mood stabilizer. Plus, Dave and Matt introduce their spin-off miniseries, coming to Stitcher Premium July 9!
Ultimate big boy of rap, Big Dipper, joins Matt and Dave this week to talk about Topo Chico popsicles, community theater, squeegeeing your body and more! Plus, losing your virginity to a professor, college jerk-offs and Dave breaks down Taylor Swift's "You Need to Calm Down" for Matt.
This episode is sponsored by Mack Weldon (www.mackweldon.com code: HOMO), Harry's (www.harrys.com/HOMO), and Upstart (www.upstart.com/HOMO).
Partners in work (and formerly in life) Nancy Fichman and Jennifer Hoppe (Nurse Jackie, Damages) join Dave and Matt to talk about getting sober, assuming everyone's gay, and still talking to each other like girlfriends. Plus, getting stalked, acting with Steve Buscemi and Diane Keaton impressions.
It's a special double episode of HOMOPHILIA this week with director, screenwriter and actor Silas Howard joining Matt and Dave to discuss Pose and more! Also, it's a special live interview at BuzzFeed with Provincetown Film Festival darling and comedian AB Cassidy. Plus, Dave and Matt talk about their Pride weekends and Dave's foray into dj-ing!
This episode is sponsored by OpenFit (text HOMOPHILIA to 303030) and Talkspace (www.talkspace.com/HOMOPHILIA code: HOMOPHILIA).
Drag queen Nina West joins Dave and Matt live from DragCon 2019 to talk all about the revisionist history amongst the Drag Race girls, Miss Piggy and Miss Yvonne as inspirations and the Nina West Foundation! Plus, surviving extreme homophobia in college, crying at the booth and Dave and Matt take questions from the audience!
This episode is sponsored by Phlur (www.phlur.com code: HOMO), Harry's (www.harrys.com/homophilia), and hims (www.forhims.com/HOMOPHILIA).
Matt Bomer, true star of stage and screen, joins Dave and Matt to talk about his upcoming film Papi Chulo, his Southern Baptist upbringing, riding on Brad Paisley's tour bus and meeting his husband at a very intimate BBQ. Plus, binging all of Game of Thrones with a broken leg, Boys in the Band and Dave's NKOTB experience.
This episode is sponsored by Mack Weldon (www.mackweldon.com code: HOMO), Original Grain (www.originalgrain.com code: HOMO), and Upstart (www.upstart.com/HOMO).
The one and only John Cameron Mitchell joins Dave and Matt to talk about his new rock musical podcast Anthem: Homunculus on Luminary, its origins as a Hedwig and The Angry Inch sequel, finding your tribe, "resting pitch face" and more! Plus, needing a Grindr intern, passing the torch as artist and a revelation about John's first job in the industry.
This episode is brought to you by Original Grain (www.originalgrain.com code: HOMO).
Andrew Scott, star of the new season of Fleabag, joins Dave and Matt to talk about his unintentional positive effect on priest porn, Judge Judy, the term "openly gay," and Dave's monk crush. Plus, taking the advice of Esther Perel, being filthy vs making love, and his burden becoming his gift.
This episode is sponsored by Talkspace (www.talkspace.com/HOMOPHILIA).
Author, professor and cultural critic Karen Tongson joins Dave and Matt this week to talk about "Why Karen Carpenter Matters", norm porn and eating burgers naked on a beach in the South of France. Plus, meeting her wife in an Angelina fashion, being too tired to blow up your life and Dave downloads Matt on Jacob Wohl's hilarious scandal attempt.
This episode is sponsored by ModCloth (www.modcloth.com code: HOMO).
Writer, performer and new author Frank DeCaro, (Drag: Combing Through the Big Wigs of Show Business) joins Dave and Matt this week with his "hublicist" in tow to talk all about parties with Donatella Versace, gossiping with Karl Lagerfeld, having schtick in a long term relationship, and more! Plus working on The Daily Show, living with a human IMDB and loving The Prom on Broadway!
This episode is sponsored by Phlur (www.phlur.com code: HOMO), Upstart (www.upstart.com/HOMO), and hims (www.forhims.com/HOMO).
Actor, singer, dancer and all around amazing human Kevin McHale (Glee) joins Matt and Dave to talk about still listening the radio, sneaking into Hollywood clubs, and being in a boyband. Plus, consciously uncoupling from a long term boyfriend, scoring artist passes to Coachella, and first time butterfly feelings. Also, check out Kevin's new music video HERE!
This episode is sponsored by Mack Weldon (www.mackweldon.com code: HOMO), Robinhood (www.HOMOPHILIA.robinhood.com), and the National Network of Abortion Funds (www.bowlathon.nnaf.org).
Comedian Punkie Johnson joins Dave and Matt this week to get hot about the 90210 reboot, go deep on Grey's Anatomy, talk about meeting her wife in high school, and more! Plus getting your toenails clipped by your spouse, messed up reasons to have a baby, and Dave breaks down all of Coachella for Matt!
This episode is sponsored by ButcherBox (www.butcherbox.com/HOMO code: HOMO), Talkspace (www.talkspace.com code: HOMOPHILIA), and the National Network of Abortion Funds (www.bowlathon.nnaf.org).
Director, writer, producer and now podcaster Charles Rogers (Search Party [tbs.com], The Problem with Charles & Casey) joins Matt and Dave this week to talk about pre-teen boners watching Wild America, growing up on the Mexico / Texas border, gay summer school and more! Plus, the "will they won't they" between Charles and his boyfriend, coming on couches and Dave shares his new favorite Facebook Live obsession.
This episode is sponsored by ModCloth (www.modcloth.com code: HOMO), True Crime Obsessed (www.truecrimeobsessed.com) and the National Network of Abortion Funds (www.bowlathon.nnaf.org).
Actress Jen Landon (As the World Turns) joins Dave and Matt this week to talk soap lines, dreams of joining the WBNA, endearing hypochondria and more! Plus, wanting to make out with Dana Scully, the pressure not to be out, and Matt + Dave get excited for a secret Celine Dion show.
This episode is sponsored by Phlur (www.phlur.com code: HOMO) and the National Network of Abortion Funds (www.bowlathon.nnaf.org).
Singer and cat o' nine tails fashion icon Brian Justin Crum joins Dave and Matt to discuss sewn in weave braids, Léon + Kim Petras and meeting his boyfriend at Gold's Gym. Plus, a boner grab tattoo, channeling Britney and Dave talks about his LA marathon experience!
This episode is sponsored by Mack Weldon (www.mackweldon.com code: HOMO), hims (www.forhims.com/HOMOPHILIA), and Robinhood (www.HOMOPHILIA.robinhood.com).
Comedian Sydnee Washington joins Dave and Matt this week to talk about being a hot crunchy mess, having a whole-ass girlfriend and Bitcoin boobs. Plus, getting your soul taken on a couch, stealing Barbie clothes and digging deep on Rebbie Jackson's "Centipede"!
This episode is sponsored by BlueChew (www.bluechew.com code: HOMO) and EveryPlate (www.everyplate.com code: HOMO6).
Lance Bass (!!!) of *NSYNC fame joins Dave and Matt live from SXSW to talk about the new Lou Pearlman ponzi scheme documentary "The Boy Band Con", Dave and Lance meeting on TRL (on Dave's first day!) and coming out in People Magazine. Plus, Lance's first relationship while still being in the closet, getting a Facebook poke from his now husband, proposal interruptions, a live q&a and so much more!
Writer and prince of gay Twitter Sam Greisman joins Matt and Dave this week to talk about Pete Davidson's attractiveness, tracking Lindsay Lohan, class-wide cocaine problems and more! Plus, gay fraternities, Ariana Grande's BDE and we Skype with Matt in Vancouver to talk about his pilot, the MJ documentary and the passing of Luke Perry.
This episode is sponsored by Phlur (www.phlur.com code: HOMO).
Comedian Liza Treyger sits down with Dave and Matt this week for a late-90s pop throwback chat about her love of the Backstreet Boys, Christina Aguilera, and more! Plus, having an incredible foursome, witchy therapy and Matt calls in from the set of his new pilot in Vancouver!
This episode is sponsored by BlueChew (www.bluechew.com code: HOMO) and Robinhood (www.HOMOPHILIA.Robinhood.com).
Actor, model and drag superstar, Willam joins Dave and Matt this week to talk about being in the Oscar-nominated A Star Is Born, breaking the rules on Drag Race, hooking to make money and MUCH more. Plus, getting emancipated at 16, meeting guys from AOL chat rooms, and Michael Douglas' hotness.
This episode is sponsored by Mack Weldon (www.mackweldon.com code: HOMO), Every Plate (www.everyplate.com code: HOMO6), ModCloth (www.modcloth.com code: HOMO), and hims (www.forhims.com/HOMO).
Comedian, actress and writer Sherry Cola (Good Trouble) joins Dave and Matt this week to talk about the keto diet, pep flags, playing a queer character on her show Good Trouble, fielding off 99+ message requests and more! Plus, Dave and Matt share the story of a true (mild nudity-filled) friendship milestone.
This episode is sponsored by Blinkist (www.blinkist.com/HOMO) and Care/of (www.takecareof.com code: HOMO50).
Adult film star Blake Mitchell joins Dave and Matt this week to talk about his lonely video, meeting his now-boyfriend on Instagram, getting outted in Kentucky, and wanting children in the near future. Plus, wanting to win an Oscar, dating as a porn star, and Dave and Matt break down the new Ben Platt music video!
This episode is sponsored by Phlur (www.phlur.com code: HOMO) and BlueChew (www.bluechew.com code: HOMO).
The man, the myth, the legend, Scotty Bowers, and director Matt Tyrnauer ("Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood") spill scandalous sexy old Hollywood tea on Anthony Perkins, Cary Grant, Spencer Tracy and more! Plus: going to the first gay bars in Los Angeles, working with Masters and Johnson, and picking up on people's types. Also, Dave and Matt talk about their trips to London, and Dave's adventure to Tom Tom.
This episode is sponsored by Mack Weldon (www.mackweldon.com code: HOMO) and hims (www.forhims.com/HOMO).