Comedians Kristin Hensley and Jen Smedley of the viral webseries #IMOMSOHARD bring you their 2-person stand-up show filmed live at the Pabst Theater in Milwaukee, WI. The two share their honest and self-effacing humor on topics ranging from friendship, periods, sex after marriage, body image, and parenting failures. Combining stand-up, improvisation, the audience’s own purses, and wine, the high-energy show unites their almost entirely female audience in a collective sigh of relief and uproarious laughter. Because, hey: You’re not in this alone, ladies. Jen and Kristin will be your best friends, because you need friends to survive motherhood.
Erica Rhodes brings her confessional comedy style to the legendary Rose Bowl for her very first special, La Vie en Rhodes. With topics like non-motivational quotes, emoji etiquette, political correctness, bad grammar, and narcissistic exes, Erica reveals herself to be your new best friend. Her wide-ranging credits include “Modern Family”, “Veep”, “Bring the Funny”, “A Prairie Home Companion”, “@ Midnight” and “Dr Katz: The Audiofiles”.
After postponing her wedding for the third time, comedian Natasha Pearl Hansen takes the stage at her wedding venue to deliver a funny and poignant reflection on her “special day” in front of family, friends, and those who “saved the date.” With a lively take on weddings, relationships, family and procreation – including interviews with her mother, grandmother, and matron of honor – Natasha finds the silver lining in her “wedding day that wasn’t” and creates an evening no one will ever forget!”
In her postpartum pandemic special, comedian Ester Steinberg jokes about a risqué photoshoot and a wild bachelorette weekend, and shares stories from her first year of marriage, and giving birth in the epicenter of a global pandemic.
Ilana Glazer‘s debut standup special is trés lol, and turns out – she one funny b. Check out Ilana’s thoughts on partnership, being a successful stoner adult, Nazis, Diva Cups, and more. Hold on to your nuts cuz this hour proves how useless the patriarchy is. For Christ’s sake, The Planet Is Burning, and it’s time a short, queer, hairy New York Jew screams it in your face!
Meet Nate – Your stereotypical masculine man just trying to be better. Executive produced by Amy Poehler and directed by Philip Burgers, Natalie Palamides: Nate – A One Man Show follows an alpha male, portrayed by Natalie Palamides, learning to express emotion and understand the rules of consent. The can-crushing, axe-yielding special premieres globally on Netflix.
Twenty years after Mad About You had its last episode on ABC, Helen Hunt and Paul Reiser are reprising their roles for a 12-episode reboot, airing on SpectrumTV. The 2019 version of Mad About You released its first six episodes on November 20, with the remaining six following on December 18, 2019.
Life-long friends Kat and Janet see everything flipped upside down as they hit senior year. Shy Kat is now popular, hooking up at parties, while misfit Janet is put on strange medication for her “bad behavior.” Things get even odder when Janet meets a cute boy who might be a time traveler, and Kat’s panicked parents send her off to sex rehab. Can anything make life in the suburbs normal again? Life-long friends Kat and Janet see everything flipped upside down as they hit senior year. Shy Kat is now popular, hooking up at parties, while misfit Janet is put on strange medication for her “bad behavior.” Things get even odder when Janet meets a cute boy who might be a time traveler, and Kat’s panicked parents send her off to sex rehab. Can anything make life in the suburbs normal again?
Gina Brillon has always had a unique approach to life’s ups and downs; handling them with a humor and sass that comes natural to the Bronx born Latina. In her third stand up special, Brillon holds no punches when discussing her childhood, culture and the transition from single to married life with her Midwestern husband. Gina effortlessly guides the audience on a brazen journey of love, laughter and heart.
Melinda Hill uses laughter as medicine in this part comedy special, part compassionate conversation about moving from trauma bonding to trauma mending. Imparting insights and crushing confessions punctuated by punchlines in a soul-baring storytelling style, she reflects on inequality, sexuality and mental illness. Poignant, culturally relevant and heal-arious.
Nicole has been through the wringer when it comes to dating. Then one night she meets her childhood crush and celebrity, Michael Vartan. Could he be the one who saves her from an unlucky streak or will Nicole find another way to sabatoge fate?
Comedian and former backup dancer Kim McVicar riffs about crawling for rappers, pranking her brother in prison, and getting hit on at her estranged father’s funeral. And that’s not all – this comedy special has something no one else has – dance breaks!
As Instagram’s reigning disgraced queen, Claudia Oshry is taking on pop culture, and all that’s wrong with it, in an outrageous new stand-up special.
“I am so proud of the tour that I got to go on over the last two years and I am thrilled that people are finally going to be able to see it,” she says. “It’s a project I worked really, really hard on. . . Married life is amazing and surprisingly, we haven’t killed each other during quarantine,” Claudia laughs. “It’s actually been really great for us. I was touring for two years right before the quarantine started.”
– Claudia Oshry – Disgraced Queen
Comedian Margaret Cho performs in front of a live audience in this provocative and hilarious comedy special event, tackling off-limits issues from Boko Haram to female empowerment with her razor sharp insight and wit.
Named by Variety as “One of the top ten comics to watch,” comedian Loni Love has taken stand-up comedy to new heights.
Gabriel Iglesias presents a hilarious stand-up comedy special from the brash and beautiful Gina Brillon. Find out why she’s one of the country’s hottest young comics in this uproarious special full of sharp jokes and her trademark Bronx attitude!
From clubs across the country to the hit “Chappelle’s Show”, Dominique Witten is showing America what being a comedian is all about. Stop Me When I’m Lying! proves why she has earned the reputation for being a comedian that tells it like it is; raw and uncut.
Debra DiGiovanni is one of the fastest rising international comedy stars. A finalist on Last Comic Standing, Debra was also voted Canada’s Best Female Comedian at the Canadian Comedy Awards and has been selling out venues everywhere she performs. Now, Debra is back as a Single, Awkward, Female with her hilarious, unique views on dating, dieting, and love as only she can share.
Anjelah Johnson has been dazzling audiences on the big screen, on television and during her live performances across America with her hysterical characters and ironic humor. With a huge female following and the ability to cross over to both Mid-western mainstream and Hispanic fan-bases, Anjelah’s new show leaves you smiling after an evening full of belly-laughs. A new comic super-star has emerged!