CS Video: Henry Zebrowski & Holden McNeely on LPN Deep Dives: Dune
Spotify provided ComingSoon.net with the chance to get deep with the hosts of the hilarious new podcast Deep Dives: Dune! Brought to you by Last Podcast Network, Deep Dives: Dune is a new 12 part deep dive into the sandy world of Frank Herbert’s Sci Fi classic Dune (and it’s subsequent sequels). Navigated by the one and only God Emperor himself Henry Zebrowski (Last Podcast on The Left, Adult Swim), and his enigmatic spice fueled co-host Holden McNeely (Wizard and The Bruiser). Check out our lively video interview with Zebrowski and McNeely in the player below where we discuss the books and film adaptations, and listen to the first episode as well!
Since its original 1965 publication, Dune, the six-part book series by Frank Herbert, has gained a worldwide following and earned its way into the literary hall of fame. The sci-fi sensation—a futuristic tale about a man who must navigate power and politics on the desert-like planet of Arrakis—is even being made into a blockbuster film adaptation slated for October starring Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya. But fans don’t need to wait too long for new Dune content: Spotify’s new exclusive podcast Deep Dives: Dune, hosted by Henry Zebrowski and Holden McNeely, brings a comedic take to the story that both longtime fans and science fiction newbies will enjoy.
That’s right: Last Podcast on the Left host Henry Zebrowski and Wizard and the Bruiser host Holden McNeely are coming together to take fans on an interstellar journey through Deep Dives: Dune. Listeners can expect this show to carry the same edgy comedic spin the duo are known for.
“Deep Dives: Dune is made by the same powerful nerds who made Last Podcast on The Left and Wizard and the Bruiser,” Henry says. “The lessons hidden inside the books have changed my life in ways that have made me more difficult to love, but easier for me to rule the galaxy!”
Holden shares that he first picked up the acclaimed series thanks to Henry’s recommendation. “I soon got lost in an incredibly well-developed world and hero’s journey that said more about the universe and our place in it than pretty much anything else I’ve ever read,” explains the comedian.
The podcast includes 12 episodes that will bring an hour of laughs for both longtime sci-fi lovers and Dune newcomers. “Listen to the podcast if you love Dune and, more importantly, if you’ve never been able to love it but wish you could,” says Holden.