Reply to all Co-presenters Alex Goldman and Emmanuel Dzotsi will leave the show next month, according to an internal note they received. The lip. It is not clear if or in what form the show will continue.
Gimlet executives emailed staff Wednesday morning saying “Alex and Emmanuel have both decided to explore opportunities outside of Gimlet and we will soon have more information on the future of Reply All.” “The decision to end this rerun came from the host team’s desire to move on, and hopefully there is a future where an Internet show that is not really about the Internet can be reborn in the Gimlet’s library.” confirmed Jotsi The lip that he and Goldman will leave the show.
The announcement by Goldman and Dzotsi is the latest blow to the troubled eight-year-old show, which was once the jewel of Gimlet’s crown. Never Reply to all published The Test Kitchena limited range for his discriminatory work culture Good appetite magazine, former Gimlet executives sparked a social media storm when they accused co-presenter PJ Vogt and producer Sruthi Pinnamaneni enhancing a similar environment and hindering internal efforts to make Gimlet more comprehensive. Vogt and Pinnamaneni left the show shortly after.
Gimlet, which was acquired by Spotify in 2019, has witnessed several other high-profile departures over the past two months, including CEO Lydia Polgreen and co-founder Matthew Lieber. The lip has contacted Goldman and Dzotsi for comment.
You can read the whole letter below:
We write to share that Alex Goldman and Emmanuel Dzotsi have decided to leave Reply All. They will release their latest episode of this season on June 23.
Alex and Emmanuel have both decided to explore opportunities outside of Gimlet and we will soon have more information on the future of Reply All. This show has had an incredible run, going beyond what works in narrative sound, inspiring colleagues and future podcasters, and making audiences rethink their own digital lives. It is no exaggeration to say that it defined an era of podcasting.
The decision to end this replay came from the host team’s desire to move on, and hopefully there is a future where an Internet show that is not really about the Internet can be reborn in the Gimlet’s library. For now, though, we just want to thank the team for all their hard work and celebrate the final episodes of a great season.
Contact us for any questions.
Nicole, Mimi, Reihan and Valentina
[Head of news and knowledge programming Nicole Beemsterboer; head of scripted Mimi O’Donnell; head of society and culture programming Reyhan Harmanci; and head of content operations Valentina Powers.]