iHeartRadio Top 100 Podcast Chart Mondays: Discover Your Next Binge-Worthy Podcast!

Welcome to this week’s iHeartRadio Top 100 Podcast Chart! We’re back with a quick look at the top iHeartRadio podcasts that you—our fans—are listening to this week.

At number one on the charts this week is “Stuff You Should Know,” the show that dives into everyday things we might not think about or don’t actually know a lot about! This week, the podcast answered your questions about birthmarks, Mexican jumping beans and zoot suits! The show also recently discussed cult deprogramming techniques in an episode titled “SYSK Selects: How Cult Deprogramming Works.” Check out these episodes and more on iHeartRadio!

Sitting second on the charts this week is the ever-popular podcast, “The Joe Rogan Experience.” This past week, Joe sat down with Colin O’Brady, a professional endurance athlete and motivational speaker, and chatted about his new book “The Impossible First.” He also sat down with Raghunath Cappo, the vocalist for the punk bands Youth of Today and Shelter, and talked about his new life after living as a monk and yoga teacher. Check out these conversations and more on iHeartRadio today!

The third most popular podcast this week is “Crime Junkie.” Hosted by Ashley Flowers, this weekly podcast gives listeners their true crime fix. Flowers delivers whatever crime she’s been obsessing over that week in a way that sounds like you’re sitting around and chatting with your best friends. This week’s episode is titled MURDERED: Jessica Heeringa. Heeringa was a young mom in her mid-20s who, in 2013, vanished from her job at a local gas station. Get the full story of her disappearance now on iHeartRadio!

And last but not least, number four on the charts this week is “Stuff You Missed in History Class.” This podcast does just what its title implies: It delivers the learnings that, while growing up, you might have missed or weren’t taught in your history classes. This week, the podcast dived into the untold stories behind King Philip’s War and the history of croquet. The show also recently revisited a historic British battle in an episode titled SYMHC Classics: The Sham Battle and Cochecho Massacre, an event that was half performance for the British troops and half an actual sham that led to an attack on Dover by the Pennacook tribe in 1689. Check out these stories and more on iHeartRadio!

From comedy to music to true crime, iHeartRadio’s Top 100 Podcast Chart is the new go-to for discovering new podcasts or finding your next binge-worthy obsessions! Check in next week to see which podcast is holding up on the charts!