Ryan Kavanaugh is not any stranger to failing — and, as a Hollywood producer, doing so very publicly. Now he’s utilizing his worst moments as gasoline for a brand new podcast.
He’s internet hosting Failure, which hails from artistic studio Manifest Media. The 24-episode collection goals to be “a compelling exploration of the human expertise” by exhibiting how “adversities can function catalysts for redemption and supreme triumph.”
Kavanaugh — who made Forbes’ listing of world’s youngest billionaires in 2014 earlier than falling off its charts the next 12 months — has actually seen highs and lows, from backing greater than 200 movies together with The Social Community, Step Brothers, Mama Mia! and The Fighter to the collapse and chapter of his Relativity Media in 2015. Nowadays he’s producing by means of Proxima Media and owns social video platform Triller (which has had its personal share of complications, together with now-settled authorized fights with Sony Music and Timbaland).
Not solely will the podcast discover Kavanaugh’s personal failures, it can additionally function tales from these in leisure, sports activities, politics and extra. (Take heed to teasers right here.)
“The present goals to carry you the unvarnished fact, one thing you gained’t discover in your typical watered-down content material,” mentioned Kavanaugh in a Monday announcement. “We’re not right here to sugarcoat or placed on a facade; we’re all about digging deep, difficult the established order, and presenting the uncooked, unfiltered dialogues that society craves however typically avoids. It’s like peering behind the scenes, uncovering the genuine tales that form our world.”
Jack Levy, govt producer at Manifest Media, added: “FAILURE unfolds in probably the most genuine of settings – capturing the essence of human battle with an unyielding, guerrilla-style dedication,” “There aren’t any scripts, no filters. Simply pure, unfiltered storytelling.”
Failure might be accessible on Apple, Spotify, iHeart and different main podcast platforms in December.