Monday hosts Charlotte Pruett and Griffin Meyer catch you up on the weekend’s news. Next, “K.C. Undercover” actress Trinitee Stokes joins Charlotte and Griffin to finish the lyrics to the most famous Disney Channel theme songs. Then, Trinitee sits down with our hosts to discuss her endeavors in music, television, fashion and more.
Charlotte Pruett and Griffin Meyer discuss the biggest news stories of an exciting weekend. Then, our hosts find out how well they know some of the most popular movies from the 1990s. Later, Kevin Philips, the director of Super Dark Times, and the lead actors, Charlie Tahan and Owen Campbell, join Charlotte and Griffin to discuss their 90s-set film.
Rick Keaton and Trevor Sochocki meet young rapper Kodie Shane who performs live in studio!
Your Tuesday hosts Samantha Sadoff and Brogan Kroener compete with 16-year-old Chosen Jacobs to see if they are truly smarter than a tenth grader. Then, they sit down with the charming “It” actor to discuss his budding acting and music careers.
For our very first show of the semester, hosts Charlotte Pruett and Griffin Meyer test their viral video knowledge with one of the biggest viral sensations of all time, Rebecca Black! Then, Charlotte and Griffin interview Rebecca to discuss her upcoming EP and her career evolution from her popular song “Friday” to her new endeavors in music.
Our guest talk to Galantis, a swedish electric music and song producing duo, about the inspiration behind their new album and their performance at the Greek.
Our hosts Anissa and Keith bring you your Thursday morning news and play “The Whisper Challenge”. Musician and fellow Trojan CAYE joins the fun after the break, performing his song “Gold” and telling us about his journey into the music industry.
Hosts Anissa and Keith talk everything from earthquakes to Charles Tillman before Jeremy Tardy joins the party to play “White People Said What?” and talk about his role in Netflix’s Dear White People.
This morning, on The Morning Brew, Buck and Betsy cover the latest news in politics and entertainment. The LA indie band, Magic Giant, performs in studio.
On this episode of the Morning Brew, our hosts Drew and Amy discuss recent news and try to see how well they know each other in a game of “How Well Do You Know Your Co-Host?” Then, they’re joined in the studio by potential future Trojan Joshua Rush, who plays Cyrus on Disney Channel’s new show Andi Mack.
Trump, Trump, Trump. News of Trump and his administration headline Addy’s and Tommy’s banter today, from the Trump Care Bill to the Keystone Pipeline. However, it’s not all serious for the two hosts, as they geek out in the latter half of the segment with Kingdom Geek hosts Andre and Katie. You don’t want to miss this.
In this episode of The Morning Brew, Drew and Amy discuss recent news and play a game of Guess that TV Show. Then, they’re joined in the studio by Larry Dorf, Hugh Davidson, and Rachel Ramras, cast of TV Land’s new show “Nobodies,” and talk about starting out their careers as “nobodies” alongside all-star actors in a sketch comedy group called “The Groundlings.”