A chaotic intervention. An action packed stay in rehab. After a weird couple of years, John Mulaney comes out swinging in his return to the stage.
Recorded at The Paramount Theater in Denver, CO, stand-up comedienne Kathleen Madigan explores topics including aging parents, interactions with millennials, and hunting bigfoot.
Legendary comedian and podcaster Marc Maron stars in his first-ever HBO comedy special filmed in front of a live audience at New York City’s Town Hall.
It follows Bert Kreischer as he spills on bodily emissions, being bullied by his kids and the end to his family’s escape room outing.
[slow instrumental music playing] [funk drums playing] [indistinct chatter] [man] Let’s go! [hip-hop music playing] [audience cheering] [Chris Rock] She said, “$300, I’ll do anything
Marc Maron returns to his old stomping grounds for an intimate special in which he takes stock of himself. More than ever, Maron is raw and hilariously honest as he dissects his own neuroses and self-loathing while providing outrageous anecdotes from his personal life, in which he starts to realize the hurt isn’t real, it’s just “Thinky Pain.”
Chelsea Handler is back and better than ever – and not just because she started going to therapy and consuming cannabis. Marking her much-anticipated return to stand-up after six years
The comic lets loose on her life choices, rowdy rescue dogs, dating frustrations, and why society owes women an apology.
Follows Papa as he shares about parenting, his reliance on modern technology, rescuing his pet pug, and how his marriage has evolved over time.
Jim Jefferies is back and no topic is off limits. The comedian muses on stoned koalas, his dad’s vasectomy confusion, choosing between his hair and his sex drive and more.
Dave Chappelle talks about Kanye West, the 2022 midterm elections and Donald Trump.
Dave Chappelle delivers a speech at his prestigious alma mater that reflects on his comedy roots, his rise to fame and why artists “should never behave.”
With topics ranging from tight rompers to ugly bras to why every man needs a box spring, Iliza remains the hilarious, affecting voice of her generation.
Features Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias as he talks about growing up in Los Angeles, an attempt at extortion towards him, and where he holds the record for receiving the highest fine on stage.
Fortune reflects on her own good fortune, including some big life events she’s experienced the last couple years like falling in love with her wife and the extravagant proposal she planned that didn’t go as expected, and much more.
In his second Netflix original comedy special, which is dedicated to his late mother, Deon Cole hilariously shares his advice on how to navigate life and dating in today’s society
Follows Neal Brennan as he talks about the emotional and cultural issues that make him feel like something’s wrong with him in a humorous way, from drugs and alcohol, liberalism, to his small chances of finding real love.
In his third special show, comedian Trevor Noah talks learning German, speaking ill of the dead, judging people in horror movies, dealing with modern communication, and ordering Indian food in Scotland.
Whitney gets personal about sex injuries and dating younger men, spills on her online photo leak, and waxes nostalgic about life before social media.
Kate Berlant performs an intimate, absurdist set in front of an audience, and a mirrored reflection of herself. Kate’s special finds her exploring her clairvoyant connection to the crowd, and her inability to stop performing.
Oswalt discusses what happens to our bodies as we get older, who he could have been had he just followed the list he created during the lockdown, the Baby Boomer’s last temper tantrum and much more.