Ladywatch With Ryan & Jason



The only podcast dedicated to keeping you updated on 800+ fascinating women in media over the age of Celine Dion.


  • The Fourth Annual LadyWatch Awards Show

    24/02/2020 Duración: 02h08min

    Ryan and Jason announce recipients of The Fourth (sort-of) Annual LadyWatch Awards, honoring LadyWork performed in the year 2019! Thank you to everyone who voted again this year, your participation and enthusiasm helped make this yet another successful award season for LadyWatch!

  • Ep. 216: The Fourth Annual LadyWatch Award Nominations

    10/02/2020 Duración: 17min

    On this week's LadyWatch agenda: WE'RE BACK WITH THE FOURTH ANNUAL LADYWATCH AWARDS NOMINATIONS ANNOUNCEMENT! Find the list of all our nominees for LadyWatch Awards celebrating excellence in Lady-ing throughout the year 2019 by visiting, and then let your LadyOpinion be heard by casting your own votes before Saturday, February 22nd at 11:59pm PST. We'll be back with a special episode discussing all the nominees and announcing the winners on Monday, February 24th!

  • Ep. 215: Que Sera, Sera

    28/05/2019 Duración: 02h59min

    LADYWATCH RETURNS with a special SUPER-SIZE "State of the Lady" address from Ryan and Jason, featuring Memorial remembrances for Ladies who have passed since September 2018 and (before the year passes by) a recap of just a few of the biggest Lady stories from the first half of 2019.

  • Ep. 214: Born in a Trunk

    05/10/2018 Duración: 01h55min

    Ryan and Jason celebrate 81 years of "A STAR IS BORN" with a special retrospective examining every aspect of the 1937, 1954, 1976, and 2018 versions of the classic Cinderella melodrama. From the murky origins of its inspiration, to why Hollywood is drawn to these self-reflective themes of fame and addiction again and again, plus what makes each incarnation of this story unique and what binds them together. Ryan and Jason also detail their personal feelings about each version before landing on a LadyWatch ruling of the definitive film in the series, and who between Janet Gaynor, Judy Garland, Barbra Streisand, and Lady Gaga takes the crown as the ultimate titular Star!

  • Ep. 213: Back to Before

    21/09/2018 Duración: 01h54min

    Ryan and Jason return to memorialize 5 great Ladies we lost at the end of summer 2018: Charlotte Rae, Aretha Franklin, Barbara Harris, Carole Shelley, and Marin Mazzie.

  • Ep. 212: One for My Baby (and One More for the Road)

    06/08/2018 Duración: 01h06min

    On this week's LadyWatch agenda: Ryan and Jason make a big announcement about the future of LadyWatch, and what to expect from the movement going forward.

  • Ep. 211: Like Sugar

    25/06/2018 Duración: 01h40min

    On this week's LadyWatch agenda: Ryan and Jason dive into the release of Barbra Streisand's concert archives on Netflix, Roseanne's extrication from her sitcom (and what this means for Natalie West), Nicole Kidman cleaning up at Amazon with a new deal, Martina McBride gets into trouble for mistreatment of unpaid interns, Heather Locklear is held in psychiatric lockdown after desperate threats of suicide, Jane Fonda makes a surprising residential life choice, Patricia Hearst makes a surprising defense of Chris Hardwick, and Elaine Paige makes a surprisingly toxic statement about sexual harassment. PLUS: Jackée Harry advocates for PrEP, Joan Baez wears the wrong shoes to da club, Pamela Anderson is still making ALL the wrong friends, and MUCH MUCH MORE!

  • Ep. 210: Song for Sharon

    18/06/2018 Duración: 01h09min

    On this week's LadyWatch agenda: Ryan and Jason speculate as to the source of the erroneous news story that Liza Minnelli and Renee Zellweger have become friends as a result of the new "Judy" movie, and what Lorna Luft might have to say about the project. PLUS: Kim Dickens is not happy about the treatment of her "Fear of the Walking Dead" character, Martina Navratilova is not happy about the BBC's color commentary pay scale, and Glenda Jackson is not happy about having to learn the actual name of her Broadway director. ALSO: Leslie Uggams and Renee Fleming visit backstage at "Carousel" on Broadway and bond over forgotten lyrics, Kathy Griffin comes to Lisa Lampanelli's defense agains TMZ, Sophia Loren is still smashing champagne bottles, Joni Mitchell's hometown finally makes peace with their most famous daughter, Dame Judi Dench will tell you to fuck off if you ask whether she has a career, and much much more! 

  • Ep. 209: It Takes a Woman

    11/06/2018 Duración: 01h39min
  • LadyWatch Memorial: Margot Kidder

    04/06/2018 Duración: 27min

    Ryan and Jason pay tribute to a fallen Lady: Beloved for her affecting portrayal of Lois Lane and admired for her unwavering activism work and efforts to de-stigmatize mental health issues in light of her very public nervous breakdowns and manic episodes, the smokey-voiced Canadian import of screens big and small, Margot Kidder.

  • LadyWatch Memorial: Patricia Morison

    04/06/2018 Duración: 16min

    Ryan and Jason pay tribute to a fallen Lady: Longtime reliable star of the golden age Broadway stage (as well as a few notable classic Hollywood films in which she was packaged as Paramount's new vamp), the long-reigning "Oldest Living Lady" of the LadyWatch list and the original Kate to kiss, Patricia Morison.

  • LadyWatch Memorial: Barbara Bush

    28/05/2018 Duración: 15min

    Ryan and Jason pay tribute to a fallen Lady: a FIRST Lady in fact, who never held back a controversial opinion for the sake of her public image. A straight-shooter who made her mark as America's pearled grandmother, outdated opinions and all, the low-key controversial First Lady Barbara Bush.

  • LadyWatch Memorial: Della Reese

    28/05/2018 Duración: 32min

    Ryan and Jason pay tribute to a fallen Lady: the husky-voiced soul singer and actor sent to us straight from God, an immensely talented woman and great source of inspiration and spiritual wisdom, the angelic Della Reese.

  • Ep. 208: Fairy Tales

    21/05/2018 Duración: 01h41min
  • Ep. 207: Hyperballad

    14/05/2018 Duración: 01h32min

    On this week's LadyWatch agenda: Ryan and Jason experience Jackie Hoffman's one-woman show about working on "Feud" with Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon, "Memoircita". PLUS: Frances McDormand stuns all at the Met Gala, Nichelle Nichols' son is steering his mother away from potentially sticky situations, Bjork has a ballet, Natalie West has a masters degree, Mary Steenburgen has a musical neurological breakthrough, Phylicia Rashad and Debbie Allen pitch a remake of "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane" and MUCH MUCH MORE!

  • Ep. 206: There Is Nothing Like a Dame

    07/05/2018 Duración: 01h38min

    On this week's LadyWatch agenda: Ryan and Jason unpack how Céline Dion ended up in a music video for 'Deadpool 2' and why she is the only Lady for the job, Also: LADIES SITTING AROUND TABLES! A clip from the upcoming documentary featuring Dames Joan Plowright, Maggie Smith, Judi Dench, and Eileen Atkins, and Ryan also recounts (for those of us who are not watching the Roseanne reboot) a scene that featured the Lady money shot of Laurie Metcalf, Estelle Parsons, Sandra Bernhardt, and the Lady campaign recipient herself, Natalie West. PLUS: Olivia de Havilland demands another day in court, Angela Davis appears on a $500 t-shirt, Sandra Bullock officially need not fear her stalker any more, Pamela Anderson's strange friendship and why she's the new WikiLeaks, the elder abuse of Elaine Brown results in astronomical compensatory damages, Molly Ringwald's father is saved aboard a Southwest flight, Jean Smart's surprising genealogy lesson, and MUCH MUCH MORE...

  • Ep. 205: Ring Them Bells

    30/04/2018 Duración: 01h32min

    On this week's LadyWatch agenda: Ryan and Jason go to see Liza's beads and sequins on display at the Paley Center for her upcoming auction and get to see a sneak preview of the sexcapades had by Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, Diane Keaton, and Mary Steenburgen in "Book Club". PLUS: Jason announces his upcoming Hollywood Fringe show about Judy Garland, Olivia Newton John opposes the upcoming TV biopic about her life, Lady takes on the Cosby win from Janice Dickinson, Terry McMillan, Robin Quivers, and Lisa Bonet (and why we should give her and Ann Curry the entire chocolate factory in light of this news), Isabella Rossellini makes a surprising choice about the handling of her own personal sexual assault story, Camilla Parker Bowles' hair stands on end after a ghostly encounter, why we have Cher to thank for Adam Rippon's harnesswear, Shania Twain is dragged to empty dancehalls for her uninformed views of American politics, and MUCH MUCH MORE.

  • Ep. 204: Killing Me Softly

    23/04/2018 Duración: 01h38min

    On this week's LadyWatch agenda: Ryan and Jason touch briefly on the spotty legacy of former First Lady Barbara Bush, express surprise at Bette Midler tapping out Bernadette Peters for the closing of "Hello Dolly" on Broadway (and why this is good news for Betty Buckley), and ponder whether are union jobs to be had as part of Gabrielle Carteris' call for an end to Hollywood meetings in hotel rooms. PLUS: Tina Knowles had concerns about Beychella, Tina Turner's high standards for her new bio musical in the West End, Tyne Daly joins the "Murphy Brown" reboot, Michelle Pfeiffer is caught in an awkward panel question about her weight in the 80s, Jane Goodall is immortalized in bronze holding a palm nut, why Frances Conroy prefers ratty roles over the mousey ones, cruise news featuring Lainie Kazan in a spinning chair and a country music festival on the S.S. Gay Bash, and MUCH MUCH MORE!

  • Ep. 203: So Macho

    16/04/2018 Duración: 01h43min

    On this week's LadyWatch agenda: Ryan and Jason investigate some mysterious events at Lady performance art exhibitions, namely who would steal a rock from Yoko Ono's riverbed of wisdom, and how Marina Abromovic is going to survive a shock of one million volts to blow out a candle afterwards. PLUS: Patti LuPone shoots her mouth off again (this time shading Uma Thurman's Broadway acting chops), Liza bounces back (as usual), Margaret Atwood backs a Time's Up movement in Canada, Molly Ringwald reevaluates the films that made her a superstar, why Kathleen Turner had to wear sneakers for a TV appearance, the death of Mitzi Shore brings up a story about the time Jason literally got sweated out of The Comedy Store, news of the death of 'Mozart in the Jungle' almost finishes off Ryan himself, and MUCH MUCH MORE.

  • Ep. 202: Don't Make Me Over

    09/04/2018 Duración: 01h41min

    On this week's LadyWatch agenda: Ryan and Jason cover yet another in Barbie in the new Sheroes line, extolling the virtues and examining the blemishes of Iris Apfel's legacy, plus Judge Judith Sheindlin cashes in her NOT unreasonable $45 million salary, Loretta Switt cashes in on poop bags, Dame Maggie Smith cashes in on 1980s Hogwarts RPG enthusiasts, Meryl Streep is called upon to cash in on the death of friend Carrie Fisher, Laurie Anderson cashes in on Hurricane Sandy, Elvira cashes in on a store that is DEFINITELY not a Hot Topic ripoff, Dame Helen Mirren's tattoo artists and removers cash in, and yet Dionne Warwick finds that Paradise is NOT the place to cash in. ALSO: Elizabeth Hurley's nephew's stab wound elicits a warning to all of London, Madeleine Albright's fascism warning to the world, a warning to Betty Buckley about avoiding flying axes in Colonial Williamsburg, and MUCH MUCH MORE.

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