Podcast City Network just turned two years this past week. The network had a nice first year with show coming to the network and some show venturing off into future endeavors of their own.
The network is pleased with it's new shows it picked up during it's first year that included, The Movie Knights Podcast, Best Friend Show Podcast, Marc The Shark MMA Show and The Squared Circle City Show.
One show that concluded it's short run was The Deleted Wrestling Podcast that ended up wrapping up it's run and was adsorbed by The Everett Lee Show and is now called, "Slammin Thursday Edition."
Veteran shows such as The Imaginarium with Scott and Todd hit a milestone with it's 200th episode and The Super Radio Brothers hit their 150th episode and will be at the first of 2020 be hitting their 200th episode on January 9th 2020.
Podcast City Network seen new episodes of The Chris Carnage Show appear through out the first year and the new sports show, Final Score made it's debut. Wrestle Popcast made some impressions with guest interviews ranging from WWE Hall Of Famers, KoKo B. Ware and Hillbilly Jim and more great interviews from the indy wrestling world. Deathmatch Russell Podcast had guest on ranging from "Papa Stunt," and Brian Pillman Jr.
The Everett Lee Show hit a milestone with it's 150th episode and the podcast is now streaming Live twice a week on it's twitch channel and on it's facebook page.
As one would ask if Podcast City Network has anything to offer and the question to that is,Yes. Yes, Podcast City Network has content for just about anyone that is looking for guest interviews,pop culture topics and off topic discussions and wrestling.
Yes you can view or listen on multiple platforms of your choosing and the only thing you have to do is share it with friends and family and show your support to the network.
What does year two have in store for Podcast City Network you may ask?
You will have to follow and support Podcast City Network as it will bring you the best in "Independent," podcast shows for 2020 and beyond.
Podcast City Network would like to give thanks to the shows and to the fans that support us and their favorite shows as time goes on,
Thank You All !