Hilarious but honest, ‘Zane and Heath: Unfiltered’s’ candid approach to every subject makes for a captivating podcast. The raw and uncut podcast gives fans a glimpse into these YouTube sensations’ lives and minds!
Net Influencer keeps it real with our review on ‘Zane and Heath: Unfiltered’. We have information on the wacky hosts, the themes and topics the podcast tackles, and even explore their reach.
In September 2019, Zane and Heath: Unfiltered, a weekly comedy, society, and culture podcast, was launched. It features YouTube sensations Zane Hijazi and Heath Hussar, who describe themselves as uneducated but with solid opinions. The signature style of the podcast is its raw, unfiltered, and undiluted ‘everything goes’ content.
The Hosts of ‘Zane and Heath Unfiltered’
The charismatic and comedic hosts of the show are Zane Hijazi and Heath Hussar. However, their friend Matt King and Hussar’s girlfriend, Mariah Amato, fulfill co-hosting duties.
More about the Hosts:
Zane Ahmed Hijazi
Born in Miami, Florida; Zane Ahmed Hijazi graduated from Broward College with an AA in Hospitality and Management. Before becoming a YouTube sensation, the 30-year-old was a travel director for various logistics companies. He is an actor and director, who has built a brand around his comedic content, which is heavily laced with sarcasm and silliness. He is also known for David’s Vlog, FML, and Zane: WAP. In 2020, Zane and Heath launched their coffee brand called Kramoda.
This 29-year-old, social media sensation, initially gaining popularity, with Zane, on Vine. The pair joined forces and launched the Zane and Heath Channel and Kramoda. Heath is a South Plantation High School graduate. He attended Broward College and previously worked at PacSun and Brookstone. Some of Heath’s popular collaborations on vines include ‘TheGabbieShow, Manon Mathews, and Brand Calvillo. Heath has been dating Mariah Amato, a dancer, and co-host of Zane and Heath: Unfiltered.
Dancing since she was almost 3 years old, Mariah choreographed her own dance routines on YouTube. Now a professional dancer and acrobatics instructor, Mariah was once a member of the Montebello Performing Arts Centre. Her specialties were hip-hop, acrobatics, and contemporary. With over 2.3 million TikTok fans, she is a regular on the platform, posting dancing videos. You can also find Mariah singing covers on YouTube or featured in videos with Heath Hussar, Jason Nash, Carly Incontro, Liz Koshy, and Zane Hijazi.
Matt King also has a Vine success story, having launched his social media career this way. Now he boasts over 1.1 million followers on Instagram and is featured on Zane and Heath: Unfiltered as a co-host. A competitor for the University of Texas speech and debate team, Matt also studied at the establishment. He was the 2010 NIETOC National Champion in Original Oratory. Matt has popularly collaborated with Carl Incontro and Chris Melberger, apart from his Zane and Heath cast and crew.
Themes and Topics Covered
Zane and Heath: Unfiltered is popular for covering personal stories and mundane topics using a humorous and zany approach. Loaded with sarcasm, the topics range from raunchy to real and includes memories, life happenings, new experiences, and so forth. The show was created to give fans an unfiltered glimpse into their lives. The podcast successfully delivers this with plenty of background footage, jokes, pranks, and laughter. The chemistry between Zane, Heath, and the cast makes for podcast magic, and it includes guests who align perfectly with the Zane and Heath brand. The style and approach of this podcast draw the audience in and include them in the relatable conversation between the sometimes slightly inebriated hosts. Coffee, however, is a show staple.
‘Zane and Heath Unfiltered’ episode reviews
With their well-covered friendship and professional history as social media stars, it is difficult to believe that there was ever a time when Zane and Heath hated each other. In this 42-minute episode, they unveil some truths about the rocky start to their friendship and this podcast. They invite listeners to place their bets on how long they think the podcast will last.
Everybody loves a good conspiracy theory, and Zane and Heath do not disappoint. Covering whether Avril Lavigne dies a long time ago and if Walt Disney is buried beneath the park, make for entertaining conversation. Tupac and Elvis fans may enjoy the conspiracy about them chilling somewhere, still alive. And the ever-popular, “Do aliens exist?”, is also covered. It is certainly a mixed bag worth exploring with this crazy pair.
Heath, Mariah, and Kenny share the details of their trip to Catalina Island. They cover the usual crazy antics fans would expect to happen on a Zane and Heath field trip, which involves somebody’s bathing suit getting ripped off. The real highlight, however, is Zane with Justin Bieber in Drake’s new Music video. Bringing you the behind-the-scenes standpoint and a hotline call-in segment in this 1-hour and 8-minute episode.
The reach of ‘Zane and Heath Unfiltered’
On YouTube, where view statistics are readily available, it appears that the average podcast receives 410.8 K views, while the highest number of views was 411.3 K.
As of January 2023, ‘Zane and Heath Unfiltered’ was ranked #67 on Apple Music, with a 4.9-star rating.
Based on this analysis we estimated that the ‘Zane and Heath Unfiltered’ receive [Net Influencer Editorial team will this out] listens each time an episode goes out across Apple, Google, YouTube, and Spotify podcast networks.
Format of ‘Zane and Heath Unfiltered’
Zane and Heath: Unfiltered have 178 episodes of fun and amusing content. The podcast averages 45 minutes to over an hour per episode. It stars hosts Zane and Heath, co-hosts Matt King and Mariah Amato, and a line-up of like-minded guests. Internet star Sarah Baska, queen of memes Brittany Broski, influencer Dixie Damelio, and Sam and Colby, the ghost hunters, are among the many guests featured on the podcast. The podcast incorporates behind-the-scenes footage of Zane and Heath’s friend circle.
The podcasts include some perks such as:
– Early access to Unfiltered and bonus episodes
– Voting power on guests and coffee flavor for their band Kramoda
– A private discord chats
– Merch discounts
Reception and Impact
Zane and Heath and their co-hosts have secured over a million fans on YouTube alone with their ability to draw the audience into their conversation and engage with them. The unfiltered approach is genius. Although it has little to do with strategy and P.R. It is all about their personalities and vibe, which fans respond much better to. Although some episodes may border on slightly inappropriate, the topic choices add to the craziness. And the candid discussion that ensues makes for hilarious and entertaining content. Heath and Zane have gone on to expand their brand, which is a testament to the success of their podcast, which launched them.
Without a doubt, ‘Zane and Heath: Unfiltered’ dole out their unedited opinion and use humor as a vehicle for their stories and content. However, it does not get more real than this. This podcast is a refreshing listen (or watch, if you’re catching it on YouTube) with plenty of episodes for binging through. Give Zane and Heath a chance to introduce you to their brand of crazy by listening to or viewing them on Apple, YouTube, Audioboom, Spotify, Deezer, and Google Podcast.