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What the Kids are Watching

Kids & Family

What the Kids are Watching with Natalie Puche & Ryan Bailey is a rewatch podcast for grown-ups about the weird and wild TV shows that children seem to love. We break down, analyze, tease, and try to understand why kids can’t get enough of this wacky stuff.


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Latest Episodes

On our season finale of What The Kids Are Watching, Natalie and Ryan watched Sofia the First, "The Littlest Princess." Tune in to find out what Natalie and Ryan think of Sofia, how the hosts are managing the holidays, whether or not Ryan is having a ... more

a year ago

This week, Natalie and Ryan talk all things Paw Patrol! After watching Season 2, Episode 24, "Pups Save A Pizza," the hosts are particularly concerned about the wellbeing of Adventure Bay citizens. Does a kid show about doggy cops have to make sense?... more

a year ago

This week on WTKAW, Natalie and Ryan watch 'Masha and the Bear.' This show is loosely based on a Russian folk story about a hyperactive Russian girl named Masha and her friend, Bear. Tune in to hear what Natalie and Ryan think about the show (what th... more

a year ago


4.9 out of 5 stars from 144 ratings
  • Love this show!

    Started listening because I’m a fan of So Bad it’s Good with Ryan and I recently had a baby, so I’m more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Silty Fine episodes

    Blippi was also a well decorated marine, he’s adorable, and so fun! Especially the excavator sons and his great trash truck episodes. Fine episode

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • No kids but love the pod!

    I’m a listener from Ryan’s so bad it’s good podcast and wanted to check out his new pod. Ryan & Natalie are great co-hosts and I really love what I’ve been hearing so far. Keep up the great works guys!!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • It’s really funny - Ryan & Natalie have great chemistry

    I’m a huge fan of Ryan’s podcast so bad it’s so good with Ryan Bailey, I’ve been listening to him for over two years #baddies more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Great Pod with Great Hosts

    This podcast is hilarious. The hosts are both so enjoyable, each with their own great takes. A+!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago

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