An investigative comedian exploring the weirdest and wildest reaches of human knowledge. Host of Adam Ruins Everything on truTV – new episodes coming this fall!

Latest Podcast Ep 47: Rachel Weil on Femicom and the Value of Preserving Classic ‘Girl’ Video Games Do you remember all of those video games that were made for girls back in the 90s? Well they're not being archived the same way that stereotypical boy games are being preserved.
 
Adam Ruins Everything - Ep 47: Rachel Weil on Femicom and the Value of Preserving Classic ‘Girl’ Video Games

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I’m an Innocence Project Ambassador
August 12, 2018

Nearly four years ago, we featured Chris Fabricant and the work of the Innocence Project on Adam Ruins Forensic Science. Today, I’m very happy to say that the Innocence Project has asked me be an Innocence Ambassador. If you’re not familiar with their work, Chris and the team of lawyers at the IP work to free innocent people who are suffering wrong imprisonment, using the legal system to fight back against the immense injustices of our criminal justice system. It’s important work that literally changes lives; I’m proud to offer them my support, and I hope you will too.

I Was Very Upfront About Our Emmy Awards Campaign with Gold Derby
June 20, 2018

Gold Derby interviewed me about Adam Ruins Everything and our Emmy campaign:

“Emmy voters, drop us a nom!” declares Adam Conover, a contender for Best Informational Program and Best Nonfiction Writing for the truTV series “Adam Ruins Everything.” The series comically debunks myths and misconceptions that viewers may take for granted, and in its previous season it even tackled award shows, so Conover understands the value of an awards campaign. “I’ll just be real upfront and say, toss us a nomination if you think the show deserves it because I’d sure appreciate it.” Watch our exclusive video interview with Conover above.

Check out the video above for the full interview.

I’ll be at XOXO in September!
June 19, 2018

I’m very excited to reveal that I’ll be giving talk at this year’s XOXO Festival in Portland, OR this September! For those of you who don’t know, XOXO is an incredible event featuring some of the coolest independent artists and creative people from around the Internet. I’ve been a fan for years and I’m over the moon to be invited. Register for your chance to attend!

I Sh*t You Not! – Issue One
June 16, 2018

The first issue of my newsletter, I Sh*t You Not, is here! Why start a newsletter in 2018? Well, as I write:

I’ve had enough of social media. What was once a promising new way to communicate with your fans and loved ones has become a screaming wind-tunnel that sucks your words away before the people you care about even have a chance to see them.
It’s time to get back to basics.
If you took the effort to subscribe to this newsletter, I’m guessing you give a shit about what I have to say. That means I give a shit about making sure you get to hear it. That’s what we’re doing here – direct communication.

If that sounds appealing to you, subscribe today.

June 5, 2018

I appeared on HuckerPunch, Emily Fleming and Micah Gordon’s new podcast where we punch up Mike Huckabee’s rather, uh, comedy-challenged Twitter jokes. It was a great time – check it out.

HousingWorks Annual Fundraiser
June 4, 2018

On June 10th, I’ll be MCing HousingWorks CA’s annual fundraiser. HousingWorks is an incredible organization that uses a “housing-first” model to help people experiencing homelessness by putting them directly in supportive housing. (You might remember Dorothy Edwards and Rudy Salinas from the organization, who appeared in our episode Adam Ruins Housing.) Their work has saved countless lives, and donations at this event will go directly towards saving more. If you live in Los Angeles, I hope you can come.

May 25, 2018

I appeared on the Citations Needed podcast to blab about the foolishness of dividing human populations into “generations” and thinking that tells you anything useful about them. Take a listen!