Earios co-founders ponder life's pressing ethical questions in a new season of The Big Ones
PRESS RELEASE — July 30, 2019
Is it your moral obligation to not ruin Beyonce’s career? Would you really split a winning lottery ticket after a making a spontaneous promise to a stranger?
Starting July 30, test your moral compass with Earios co-founders, Maria Blasucci and Amanda Lund, when they return with a new season of The Big Ones, a show that asks life’s big questions like, would you let your daughter date a robot?, and in the process of answering makes you look deep deep deep withinside yourself™.
Special guests join Amanda and Maria each week to thoughtfully discuss big questions that range from relationship problems, to historical decisions, to brain busting moral choices through a signature mix of comedy, social commentary, philosophizing and absurdism. After talking it out and an immersive improv experience, everyone shares their conclusions. Once The Big One is resolved, Amanda and Maria take on a listener’s Big One. Past guests have included Paul F. Tompkins, Kate Berlant, Sarah Levy, Timothy Simons and more!
“We never shy away from talking about things we don’t understand or life’s unexpected moral quandaries. A little humor, straight talk and friendship goes a long way in making the world a less lonely place in tough situations,” say Amanda and Maria. “We hope you have fun joining us this season on our new network as we get to the bottom of some serious and not so serious questions.”
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Official Show Description:
Fine tune your morality muscle with Earios founders, Maria Blasucci and Amanda Lund, as they discuss life’s BIG ONES. Each week will be a new ethical question ranging from historical decisions to relationship dilemmas to brain-busting moral choices. The questions can be complicated, but they’re always fun to discuss because they force you to look deep, deep, deep withinside™ yourself. Will you like what you see?
About Maria and Amanda:
MARIA BLASUCCI is an actor, producer, and comedy writer. She is best known for her roles on shows such as HBO’s Family Tree and Ghost Ghirls on Yahoo Screen. She was an associate producer on the 2016 film, Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising. She currently stars in the Comedy Central series Drunk History and can also be seen on Netflix in the films Mascots and Patchwork. Maria has been active in the podcast community for the last eight years. She and Amanda Lund co-host the weekly podcast, The Big Ones. She is a frequent guest star on various popular podcasts including Paul F. Tompkins’ Spontaneanation, Matt Gourley’s I Was There Too, and The James Bonding Podcast in addition to being a supporting actor on the HOWL original series created by Amanda Lund, The Complete Woman
AMANDA LUND is an actor, comedy writer, and producer. Amanda has appeared in many television shows including Fresh Off The Boat, New Girl, Brooklyn 99, and Parenthood as well as the feature film, Goosebumps and has developed TV pilots for Syfy, Fox and Comedy Central. She was an associate producer on Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising with her friend and writing partner, Maria Blasucci. Amanda is very active in the podcast world; she co-hosts The Big Ones and appears regularly on Spontaneanation and Superego. She is also the proud writer and creator of the critically-acclaimed audio series, The Complete Woman, Complete Joy , and The Complete Wedding.
Earios is a podcast network built by women, with funny, smart and inclusive programming for everyone. Our shows range from interviews to fiction, and all the creative forms in between. The network was incubated in 2018 and launched in 2019 by entertainment veterans Maria Blasucci, Amanda Lund and Priyanka Mattoo. Follow @EariosNetwork on Twitter and Instagram. https://www.earios.net/
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