The Jason Ellis Show

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The Jason Ellis Show
Genre Talk
Running time 3 hours
Country United States
Language(s) English
Home station SiriusXM Faction Talk 103 with Jason Ellis
The Jason Ellis Channel 713
Hosted by Jason Ellis
Michael Tully
Starring Kevin Kraft, Andrew Bruce, and Will Pendarvis
Recording studio SiriusXM Studios, 6420 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, California
Air dates since May 4, 2005 (2005-05-04)
Audio format Stereo
Ending theme Theme from Enter the Dragon

The Jason Ellis Show is a radio show on Sirius XM Satellite Radio hosted by Jason Ellis.[1]

The show is largely unscripted and involves Jason Ellis speaking his opinion on current events, relationship issues, life advice, Hollywood and National news, and sports such as Mixed Martial Arts, Motocross, and Auto Racing. The show is co-hosted by former producer Michael Tully, and includes regular appearances from Will Pendarvis, Kevin "Cumtard" Kraft, Andrew "The Giant" Gruss, and Luke "Dingo" Trembath. The show often includes segments consisting of trivia games, unsigned band music reviews, and other comedy-centric discussions and interviews that often involve the celebrity guests of the talk show. Throughout the broadcast and towards the end of the show, listeners call in to discuss the current topics, or ask for relationship and life advice.

Guests of The Jason Ellis Show have included such talent as Actor Thomas Haden Church, Musicians Everlast, B-Real, and Mark McGrath, Actor/Producer Kevin Smith, Comedians Ron White, Jeff Ross, and Carrot Top to name a few.

Making full use of the uncensored nature of Sirius XM Satellite Radio, Jason Ellis' use of adult language and sexually explicit content is part of the appeal to many listeners who see the show as a "Shock Jock" style broadcast. Hardcore fans of The Jason Ellis show are a tight-knit group of mainly American and Canadian listeners who refer to themselves as "EllisFam". Many fans also become members of an exclusive club called "The Wolfknives". Fans often purchase and wear Wolfknives clothing merchandise (a company owned and operated by Jason himself), and are given nicknames chosen by Jason, Mike Tully, and Will Pendarvis on air.

The Jason Ellis Show premiered on Faction May 4, 2005.[citation needed]


  1. ^ "Joanna Angel accuses James Deen of abuse during their six-year relationship". Death and Taxes Magazine. Retrieved December 4, 2015. 

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