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Rachel Bilson and Melinda Clarke revisit iconic characters with podcast Welcome to the OC, B*tches!

Rachel Bilson and Melinda Clarke revisit iconic Summer Roberts and Julie Cooper characters in their new podcast Welcome to the OC, B*tches!

California, here they come. 

Rachel Bilson and Melinda Clarke are teaming up once again to revisit their iconic characters in their new podcast, Welcome to the OC, B*tches! 

Bilson, who starred as Summer Roberts on the popular teen drama, and Clarke, who portrayed Julie Cooper, will chat all things The O.C. in their new show, which debuts on April 27. 

Super fans: Rachel Bilson and Melinda Clarke are teaming up once again to revisit their iconic characters in their new podcast, Welcome to the OC, B*tches

‘Welcome to the OC, b*tches!,’ Bilson told listeners in a new trailer. ‘Grab your bikinis, your Juicy jumpsuits, and your flip phones, because every Tuesday we’re going back to the early 2000s.’  

The teen drama first debuted in August 2003 and ran for a total of four seasons before its cancellation in 2007, but won a slew of supporters and lifetime fans.

‘This is an O.C. rewatch podcast, as only the two b*tches who were there could do,’ Clarke explained. 

Talk about it: Bilson, who starred as Summer Roberts on the popular teen drama, and Clarke, who portrayed Julie Cooper, will chat all things The O.C. in their new show, which debuts on April 27

Talk about it: Bilson, who starred as Summer Roberts on the popular teen drama, and Clarke, who portrayed Julie Cooper, will chat all things The O.C. in their new show, which debuts on April 27

‘We’re starting from the beginning, back when we were just guest stars. Every week we’ll go through an episode as we rewatch The O.C., starting from the very beginning.’ 

‘The love triangles, the fashion, and the teenage angst,’ Bilson added. 

The women will enlist the help of former co-stars, musicians and writers who helped create the classic Fox show.

Best: The teen drama first debuted in August 2003 and ran for a total of four seasons before its cancellation in 2007, but won a slew of supporters and lifetime fans

Best: The teen drama first debuted in August 2003 and ran for a total of four seasons before its cancellation in 2007, but won a slew of supporters and lifetime fans

Taking it back: Deadline reported the podcast launched through Kast media and will produce 100 episodes 'and feature a variety of guests – from former cast members like Peter Gallagher, to series creator Josh Schwartz'

Taking it back: Deadline reported the podcast launched through Kast media and will produce 100 episodes ‘and feature a variety of guests – from former cast members like Peter Gallagher, to series creator Josh Schwartz’

Deadline reported the podcast launched through Kast media and will produce 100 episodes ‘and feature a variety of guests – from former cast members like Peter Gallagher, to series creator Josh Schwartz.’ 

‘I’m so excited to be doing this podcast with Mindy,’ Bilson said. ‘I think everyone could use a little light and laughter after the year we have endured. Going back and watching all of these episodes has been so fun and I can’t wait to talk about it all, my own personal experiences as well as others involved with the show. From behind the camera, to the makeup trailer to the faces on screen, I hope you will all tune in and come with us back to the OC.’

The O.C. focused on the life of Ryan Atwood, played by Ben McKenzie, as he navigated the perils of growing up in an affluent neighborhood, with an all-star cast also including Adam Brody and Mischa Barton.

Rough life: The O.C. focused on the life of Ryan Atwood, played by Ben McKenzie, as he navigated the perils of growing up in an affluent neighborhood, with an all-star cast also including Adam Brody and Mischa Barton

Rough life: The O.C. focused on the life of Ryan Atwood, played by Ben McKenzie, as he navigated the perils of growing up in an affluent neighborhood, with an all-star cast also including Adam Brody and Mischa Barton

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