Hollywood Producer Jarod Einsohn and Celebrity Insider Dave “Dave O” Osokow to Host Sports and Entertainment Podcast Premiering September 29th
Celebrity Guests Mark Cuban, Julian Edleman, Ashley Benson, Tiffany Haddish, and More Tackle Ridiculous Topics and Spill Insider Information Like Never Before
(LOS ANGELES, California -- September 29, 2020) - Film production company Common Enemy announced today their first foray into the podcasting business with the debut of “HEY PAL,” a weekly dive into sports, movies, and fame with some of the biggest athletes and names in entertainment. The series is produced in partnership with iHeartRadio and Tenderfoot TV and hosted by Hollywood Producer and Common Enemy co-founder, Jarod Einsohn and Dave “Dave O" Osokow, who is renowned throughout Hollywood as THE connector between the biggest actors, musicians, athletes, entertainers and brands in the world. New episodes of “Hey Pal” premiere every Tuesday starting September 29th and can be heard on iHeartRadio and everywhere podcasts are available.
The series taps into the hosts’ personal relationships with many of today’s biggest stars, their “pals.” Jarrod, a rabbid Cowboys fan, and Dave O, a die-hard Eagles fan, put their differences aside to provide listeners with access to wild anecdotes and topics normally reserved for off-the-record conversations. Listeners will hear from a variety of celebrity pals like Snoop Dogg, Odell Beckham Jr, Tiffany Haddish, Ashley Benson, JJ Watt, Jeremy Piven, Kevin Hart, and legendary Sportscaster, Joe Buck.
In the 2-episode premiere, the first pal to stop by is Super Bowl Champion and MVP Julian Edleman of the New England Patriots, who reveals the only time he’s ever worn his three superbowl rings in public. Followed by Dallas Mavericks owner, and "shark," Mark Cuban, who recalls the controversial 2006 NBA Championship loss to the Miami Heat. When Jarrod (a lifelong Mavs fan and former ball boy) gives his opinion that the Mavs were "robbed," Cuban replies "that's not an opinion, that's a fact," followed by "it still makes me sick to my stomach." Cuban's Mavs did finally win the title in 2012 over Lebron James and the Miami Heat. Of the win, Cuban says "I was drunk for days. I took the trophy from bar to bar to bar, just to hang out with people."
Dave “Dave O” Osokow is a former TV Host, nightlife impresario, and the co-founder of the celebrity eyewear brand Privé Revaux with partners Jamie Foxx, Ashley Benson, and Hailee Steinfeld. He is often described as “one of the most interesting people you will ever meet.” Dave’s stories are only matched by those of co-host Jarod Einsohn, who, before producing films like the recent hit CUT THROAT CITY, was starring in film and TV. The Dallas sports fanatic and poker aficionado has a penchant for disagreeing with everyone about everything, and has probably been in some kind of argument with most of the Hollywood A-listers you can think of.
“Hey Pal” will be distributed by the iHeartPodcast Network, which is home to more than 750 original podcasts with over 230 million downloads each month. iHeartRadio Original Podcasts span every category from business, sports, spirituality and technology to entertainment, family, comedy and true crime – and everything in between – making iHeartRadio the largest publisher of podcast content in the world.
About Common Enemy
Common Enemy is a film and television production company based in Los Angeles founded by veteran Producers Kyle Tekiela and Jarod Einsohn in 2017. The company was forged on the set of the RZA Directed, Ethan Hawke starring heist film CUT THROAT CITY — now in theaters — in which both were independent Producers with notable prior credits including MUDBOUND which earned four Oscar nominations, SUPER DAY CARE with Michael B Jordan, and DREAM CITY with Leonardo DiCaprio. In 2018, Common Enemy produced WE SUMMON THE DARKNESS starring Alexandra Daddario and Johnny Knoxville. The film was released in April 2020, just as the world was in the grip of the COVID-19 pandemic. Fortunately the film found a large audience after its release on Netflix where it consistently ranked in the top 10 most popular movies in America.
About Tenderfoot TV
Founded by Atlanta director and independent filmmaker, Payne Lindsey, and music industry veteran, Donald Albright, Tenderfoot TV is a hub for creators and storytellers. The company launched in August 2016 with the release of the viral true crime podcast, “Up and Vanished.” It has since created additional breakthrough podcasts including the critically acclaimed “Atlanta Monster” as well as the true crime hits “To Live and Die in LA”, and “Culpable.” Tenderfoot is also developing multiple projects for TV and film, but podcasts remain the company’s primary focus, having amassed over 500 million total downloads in just 4 years. Tenderfoot strives to tell compelling and important stories. No rules. No restrictions.