New York – May 24, 2021 – Charlamagne The God’s and iHeartMedia’s The Black Effect Podcast Network and popular TV Personalities Gizelle Bryant and Robyn Dixon, best known for starring in The Real Housewives of Potomac, announced “Reasonably Shady.” The lifestyle podcast, hosted by Bryant and Dixon, will feature conversations about being fearless women as they recount stories from their everyday lives. The first episode will premiere today, with new episodes airing every Monday on iHeartRadio and everywhere podcasts are heard.
“Reasonably Shady” is a conversational lifestyle podcast that will feature an array of topics for women, including dating, relationships, marriage, entrepreneurs, motherhood, style, glam, current events, and more. In each episode, the ladies will also reveal their weekly ‘Shady Moment of the Week,’ a segment where they quickly recap a shady moment from their past week. In the debut episode, Gizelle and Robyn will discuss how their long-lasting friendship began, how both women became cast members on The Real Housewives of Potomac and why they decided to start a podcast during the pandemic. In addition, they will also share their wildest moments growing up, including Robyn’s rebellious streak as a teenager.
“You’ve seen us on TV for over five seasons, and while people who watch the show know a little about us, I think this podcast is going to allow you to get to know us even better and really learn our personalities and friendship,” said Dixon. “Talking with us is like talking with your favorite girlfriends, and we’re thrilled to join The Black Effect Podcast Network and reach our fans through a new platform.”
“In addition to talking about current events and topics that are useful and helpful for everyone, we’re going to talk about the ‘Reasonable Moment of the Week’ and the ‘Shady Moment of the Week.’ We’re going to give it to you raw, real, truthful and honest, with a little bit of humor,” said Bryant.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Gizelle and Robyn to The Black Effect Podcast Network,” said Dollie S. Bishop, President of Production and Creative Development for The Black Effect Podcast Network. “Fans of ‘The Real Housewives Potomac’ have followed them through their significant milestones on TV. Now, with their new podcast, they can reach a massive new audience and give fans a more intimate look into their lives. ‘Reasonably Shady’ will spark unfiltered discussions that will bring humor, insight, and inspiration that listeners will enjoy.”
Listen to “Reasonably Shady” on iHeartRadio and follow the podcast to be alerted when new episodes are available.
About Gizelle Bryant
Gizelle Bryant is a TV personality, currently starring in The Real Housewives of Potomac and Bravo’s ChatRoom. She’s an entrepreneur who loves starting businesses that manifest her passions. When she is not writing books or working on her business, Gizelle loves giving back to her community and is inspired to try to make the world a better place.
About Robyn Dixon
Robyn Dixon is a TV personality, entrepreneur and mother with a bold and inspiring story to tell. Robyn’s story of survival, forgiveness and resurgence has been shared on Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Potomac for five seasons. Robyn is the founder of Embellished, a line of satin-lined fashion baseball caps designed for women who want to continue looking stylish while protecting their hair from the dreaded ‘bad hair day’.
About The Black Effect Podcast Network
The Black Effect Podcast Network is a transformative network founded by renowned cultural architect, executive producer, bestselling author, and media mogul Charlamagne Tha God. In a historic joint venture with the world’s number one commercial podcast publisher, iHeartMedia, Charlamagne and iHeartMedia created the groundbreaking first-ever Black Effect Podcast Network, celebrating the most important Black culture-shapers on the planet—in education, politics, entertainment, sports and pop culture. The Black Effect Podcast Network gives rise to emerging and established content creators and storytellers whose perspective and creative vision have been marginalized and overlooked while serving an audience that has been underserved. The Black Effect Podcast Network helps its partners define their place in culture through influence, ideas, and experiences that engage, inspire, inform and empower.