Logan Paul has been a huge presence on the internet in the last few years, but his podcast, Impaulsive, has been a hit. Now the show is on a break, but it’s been revealed when Season 2 will be returning.
Impaulsive first premiered in November 2018 in an episode featuring psychologist Dr. Shannon Chavez, and since then has had guests such as Josh Peck, RiceGum and Eddie Hearn as guests on the podcast.
This has earned the Impaulsive YouTube channel almost 2 million subscribers and become one of the most popular podcasts in the world. In terms of YouTube popularity, it is only really challenged by the ever-popular Joe Rogan Experience and the True Geordie podcast.
In the most recent podcast episode, uploaded on October 10 and titled “IMPAULSIVE IS CANCELED”, Paul explains why the show will be going away – and when it’s going to return.
Towards the end of the episode, co-host Spencer Taylor asks Paul: “Is there a plan for us to begin Season 2 at a specific date?” while discussing the upcoming KSI vs. Logan Paul boxing match.
In response, Logan came back with a very simple answer. He said: "Probably after the fight.”
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Taylor also alludes to “demolishing the whole set and starting afresh,” which Paul argues he never said would happen but claims he has been inspired by the True Geordie podcast set.
Though they spent the episode trying to tout the idea of this being the last Impaulsive, and it may not happen again, it seems unlikely that this will be the case.
It’s understandable that Logan wants to put the podcast on the back burner for now – with such a huge fight coming up, all efforts need to be focused on winning that and not allowing a repeat of the first matchup, which ended in a tie.
So, although there is no guaranteed date set for the return of Impaulsive, you can expect there to be a fresh, new-look podcast starting any time after the fight on November 9.