Hyphenated with Joanna Hausmann and Jenny Lorenzo

Comedy stars Joanna Hausmann and Jenny Lorenzo host an English-language podcast about living in the hyphen that connects American and Latin culture. As American Latinas, they have crafted their comedy around what it means to be bicultural. Every week, Joanna and Jenny have hilarious and thought-provoking conversations about the particularities of being hyphenated. New episodes every Thursday.

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Why Are New Years Eve Rituals So Weird?

Best Of Hyphenated

100th Episode! Joanna & Jenny Read Listener Emails

Bad Advice and Cliché Wisdom

What It’s Like To Be A Video Game Character with Carolina Ravassa

When A Social Media Network Dies

What’s It Like To Be Extra-Hyphenated?

Behind the Hyphenated: Bloopers and Outtakes

Is Kanye West Antisemitic?

Going Viral with The Gregory Brothers

How Horror Movies and Comedies Are Similar

When is a Haunted House not just a Haunted House?

Why Do Some Guys Try Infidelity?

The Legend of Walter Mercado with “Mucho Mucho Amor” director Kareem Tabsch

Why Were Migrants Sent to Martha’s Vineyard?

Being a Latina in the Video Game Industry

Confusing Latin American Sayings and What They Mean

Crazy Weird Facts That Shocked Us

From Telenovela Villain to International Pop Star with Ximena Sariñana

‘Back To School’ in the U.S. vs. Latin America

Why Do Latino Shows Keep Getting Cancelled?

How Financial Mindfulness Benefits Everyone

UPDATE on Joanna & Jenny’s Busy Careers (Comic-Con Edition!)

Why Reproductive Rights Affect Everybody

Going to an American Summer Camp in Venezuela and Other Summer Vacation Stories

Death, Loss and Grief

How I Became A Simpsons Character with Tony Rodríguez

Our Dads And How They Shaped Us

What Are The Horniest Countries?

Interview with The Hernandez Bros, Creators of LOVE AND ROCKETS

Why Do Parents Save Baby Teeth?

Fears and Phobias


When Having Strange Roommates is Madness

How a Web Series Can Become a TV Show with Ajay Kishore

The Value of Being Uncomfortable with Akilah Hughes

When You Move Away From Your Latino Parents

Are you a Morning Person or a Night Owl?

What It's Like To Be A Miss Universe Contestant with Danna Hernández

Expectations vs. Reality

How Geek Culture Took Over The World

What Your Favorite Type of Neighborhood Says About You

X Mayo on how she went from TSA Agent to NBC Star

When Your Neighbor is a Narcissist

Grasie Mercedes on being an Afro-Latina on Network TV

When Your Childhood Bullies Forget They Bullied You

Justina Machado on the Ups and Downs of Hollywood

When Dates Go From Bad To Worse

Bitching About Male Fragility

How Animation Is Made with PHINEAS AND FERB creator Dan Povenmire

50th Episode! - Joanna Caught COVID

Navidad vs. Christmas


An Interview With The Stars of WEST SIDE STORY

Visiting Latin America as a Latin-American

The Surprising Origins of Thanksgiving (*Fixed Audio*)

First Jobs and Worst Bosses

How To Write A Telenovela Podcast

Why Halloween Spooks Immigrant Parents

The Chupacabra, El Cucuy & La Llorona: More Scary Folktales

Scary Latin American Folktales

Why Making Friends As Adults Is So Hard

Being Afro-Latino In Hollywood with Johnathan Fernandez

When You’re Not Disabled Enough with Annie Segarra

Is ADHD a Superpower?

Weird Latino Superstitions

Siblings and Cousins

Miami’s bizarre past & present

Anti-"Anti-Vaxx" Talk with Dr. Stacy De-Lin

The crisis in Cuba

American vs. Latino TV

Comedy in times of crisis with Akilah Hughes

Not fitting into boxes: A conversation with LP

Traveling in the U.S.

Looking back on school

Dog Culture

Music and identity with Camilo Lara

The elusive Latino vote

What curse words say about culture

What it's like to be Asian-Latino

Identity policing on social media

Why are Latinos so dramatic?

How our grandparents shape who we are

Health update from Joanna

Mental Health

Why beauty standards are bull****

Telenovelas: nostalgia, stereotypes, and evolution

Dating, sex, and double standards

How Latinos Party


How religion shapes culture and identity

Hyphenated with Joanna Hausmann and Jenny Lorenzo