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Series Summary
Marc Maron might not be a household name to casual comedy fans, but among his peers he's considered one of the best in the business. His podcast, "WTF With Marc Maron" -- on which he conducts in-depth interviews with celebrities and fellow comics such as Conan O'Brien, Louis CK, Robin Williams, Anthony Bourdain, Judd Apatow and Ben Stiller -- premiered in 2009 and has grown to average close to 3 million downloads a month. In "Maron," the funny man stars as a fictional version of himself (think "Curb Your Enthusiasm"), a cat-loving podcaster who, when he's not welcoming a passel of guest stars to entertain his online audience, struggles to maintain relationships apart from his work. Also starring are Judd Hirsch as Marc's father, Nora Zehetner as his girlfriend, Andy Kindler as his loyal friend, and Josh Brener as his assistant.

Air Dates: 2013 - Present

Genres: Comedy

Network: IFC

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Season 3, Ep. 13 : Spiral Aug 13, 2015

Marc's back goes out before his show premieres; his doctor prescribes Oxycontin and Marc alienates the producers and writers.

  • Season 3, Ep. 12 : Cold Turkey Jul 30, 2015

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    Marc enlists the help of CM Punk to get him into shape for his talk show pilot; the stress of his new routine creates a problem.

  • Season 3, Ep. 11 : Steel Johnson Jul 23, 2015

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    Marc's brother Josh scores him a gig at a business retreat; he blows up and ruins the show when someone bullies Josh.

  • Season 3, Ep. 10 : Patent Troll Jul 16, 2015

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    Sam receives a letter from a patent troll but convinces Marc that it's serious; once Sam arrives in Los Angeles, he's able to focus on his own agenda.

  • Season 3, Ep. 9 : Anti-Depressed Jul 9, 2015

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    When Marc is put on anti-depressants, he begins hallucinating as a side effect; soon he sees the ghost of Stu Carbone.

  • Season 3, Ep. 8 : Professor of Desire Jul 2, 2015

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    Marc looks forward to experiencing an intellectual life when his friend asks him to guest lecture for his class.

critic reviews ( 3 )
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  • Though its narrative structure and atmosphere take a markedly different tack, Maron presents itself as a fair complement to Louie in that both shows concern themselves with refreshingly substantive masculine types. show more

  • Maron is short, funny and coherent. show more

  • It takes what's great about the WTF podcast--Maron's smarts, his profound love of and understanding of comedy and the people who perform it--and adds a scripted, fictional element where Sally Kellerman can play his mother and Judd Hirsch can play his father and a bevy of real-life comics and friends can stop by to mingle the two worlds and it all works out marvelously and hilariously. show more

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