Tennessee-born comedian, actor, and podcast host Nate Bargatze is back with his second hour-long Netflix original comedy special.
Actor and comedian Celeste Barber hits the stage in the Sydney Opera House to explore marriage, mental health, celebrity-branded sex toys, and much more.
A chaotic intervention. An action packed stay in rehab. After a weird couple of years, John Mulaney comes out swinging is his return to the stage.
From a mythical moose encounter to the gender spectrum in "Beauty and the Beast," Mae Martin reflects on a world off its axis in this comedy special.
Join Joe Lycett (the artist formerly known as Hugo Boss) doing what he does best: talking at a room of people in a queer and comedic fashion. His first tour in years promises to be packed with MORE jokes, MORE comedy anecdotes and MORE inappropriate and arguably disturbing paintings, all in the hope of answering the age-old question: How do you Lycett? How do you Lycett? [more inside]
Recorded live at The London Palladium, Josh performs his stand-up show where he finally tackles the hot comedy topics of advent calendars, weddings and the closing time of his local park.
She's halfway through her 20s, and she's over it. Too old to party, too young to settle down, comedian Taylor Tomlinson takes aim at her life choices.
Taylor is a girl struggling with mental health, grief and dating. Follow her journey as she shares an intimate look of her life in a hilarious way.
A live audience at Elsewhere in Brooklyn, Torres displays his favorite shapes on a custom-made industrial conveyor belt used as a runway for the various items.
Performed live at the Neptune Theater in Seattle, Washington, Jimmy O. Yang covers hilarious interactions with immigrant parents, his thoughts on Matt Damon, and whether ghosts will haunt one-bedroom apartments. [more inside]
River Butcher offers their thoughts on gender pronouns, people who put rubber testicles on their trucks, outrageously large fires, divorce and much more. [more inside]
John Mulaney relays his childhood and Saturday Night Live, eviscerates the value of college, and laments getting older in this comedy special.
Stand-up comedian Fern Brady brings her unique take on contemporary culture and the state of the UK to a packed crowd in Glasgow.
Follows Atsuko Okatsuka as she peels back the layers of her education as a young person, how it was to talk to strangers, and the pitfalls of being born.
Sheng Wang delivers a laid-back set on juicing, mammograms, how snoring is an evolutionary mistake and the existential angst of buying pants from Costco. [more inside]