A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Rogan appears objective at times, but his approach is generally skeptical of unusual phenomena or oddball beliefs, sending the message that one should use science and other objective methods before believing in random ideas.
Positive Role Models
Joe Rogan attempts to remain respectful and objective during his interviews, but occasionally finds it difficult to do so.
Violence & Scariness
Discussions about potential violent natural disasters, deadly epidemics, and other life-threatening events. Searching for mysterious beings sometimes leads to some creepy moments, but nothing really violent.
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Words like "hell," "damn,"and "bitch" audible; curses like "s--t" and "f--k" bleeped.
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Products & Purchases
Rogan's podcast logo, The Joe Rogan Experience, is prominently featured. Logos for Dodge Hemi Trucks, 7-Up, and other products are sometimes visible.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Joe Rogan Questions Everything takes an objective-but-humorous look at theories about and investigative practices of phenomena like alien landings, Big Foot, man-made killer viruses, and other things that most people don't believe in. Teens will probably be able to handle it, but it's got some salty vocab, and discussions of potentially life-threatening events that younger viewers might find a little scary.
Is It Any Good?
Joe Rogan Questions Everything reveals some of the many theories that people from all walks of life have about events that, up until now, have been impossible to verify. It also showcases the lengths to which people will go to prove the existence of the unexplainable, which range from to using standard scientific practices to individual, self-designed methods to record, capture, and understand phenomena.
Rogan approaches each subject and/or individual with a sincere interest and some objectivity. But what makes the show entertaining is his funny (but polite) way of communicating his skepticism about much the evidence presented to him. Those who believe in the theories being presented here may take issue with this, but most viewers will probably enjoy the humor in it.
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