With the success of his hit podcast, The Office Deep Dive, actor and podcast host extraordinaire Brian Baumgartner (AKA Kevin Malone) is taking you even deeper (that’s what she said) into The Office AND more of your favorite TV shows. Each week, Brian will sit down with a new guest to talk about their favorite jobs. They’ll laugh, cry, and crack plenty of inappropriate jokes as they discuss the inner workings of the television industry, their favorite moments on set, never-before-told stories and secrets, and moving on from their most iconic roles. Fans will get to be the third wheel with their favorite stars as they learn everything they never wanted to know, and then some. If you loved The Office Deep Dive, you will truly love Off The Beat, featuring interviews with your favorite Office guest stars, TV personalities, athletes and more…
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Actor Leonardo Nam of Maggie, Westworld and Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants tells Brian what it’s like to be an international man of mystery, using opera as his pump-up music, and performing Shakespeare as a drag queen on roller blades. more
On this episode of Off the Beat: Sports, Brian is joined by the President of Programming for NBC Sports, Jon Miller. Jon tells Brian all about the last 45 years of sports television, the unlikely origin story of the National Dog Show, and reveals the... more
Comedian Adam Conover of Adam Ruins Everything and The G Word stops by to share his fountain of knowledge with Brian. They discuss everything from whether alpha males exist to how a punchline is born - before Adam proceeds to ruin perfectly good topi... more
This was a phenomenal show when focused on the office. It was truly the best glimpse into the creators (more than just the actors) that we've ever had. The talks went deeper than just funny BTS stories. It got into the spirit of the show and why it impacted viewers so much. more
Loved this prior to switching to the new show. Brian is still a great listen but his guests have not been particularly interesting as a whole thus far. Eric Dickerson and Joe Buck don’t really fit the “comedy happens off the beat” (or something like that) mantra that the show was described as by Brian when it moved to the post-Office format. The comedy/show biz guests like Kevin Rahm, Anne Winters, and Trammell Tillman have just not been very interesting. more
Great commentary but my only complaint is that the show ultimately goes back to the host Brian, talking about himself. A lot of questions go to the guest then he will say, “well my experience is this.” And go on to talk about how good he is even though he can’t break away from the office.
I’m currently listening to the Joe Buck interview and had to go post this review during one of the commercial breaks. I’ve loved every single podcast Brian has done, been following since the beginning. But I got SUPER EXCITED when he said that there’s going to be more sports interviews. Giddy, actually!! I love football, and love when Brian starts talking ball. Can’t wait!! (PS…please have your favorite QB on.🤞He’s one of my favs too!!)
This long-time listener has enjoyed this podcast series since Brian started it however I was inspired to leave this review after the Rodney Barnes interview. Mr. Barnes, in my view is very much under appreciated given the quality, diversity, and proliferation of his work. Glad to see him get exposed to more people via this interview. Brian. Please keep this podcast going. It is a weekly listen that I can’t bear to miss!
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Off The Beat launched 2 years ago and published 95 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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