Hughley keeps his audience in hysterics as he tells it like it is about the hypocrisy of racism in America, being a man during the #MeToo movement, why cell phones are ruining relationships, and parents. . .
With a shiny happy exterior, an offbeat, demented interior and direction from Rob Zombie, Tom Papa’s “Live In New York City” attacks our hilarious attempts at happiness as life piles up around us. He jokes. . .
With help from his guitars, comedian Nick Thune regales the audience of Brooklyn’s Bell Theatre with a collection of hilarious stories about his childhood, past romantic relationships and his experience with a burning building.
Living legend, Nick Thune, takes the stage in Portland, Oregon and explains his stunning transformation into a Good Guy. Topics in this “instant classic” range from funny to hilarious. Watch now to witness what many. . .
Mike Birbiglia performs in this live special that features a riotous selection of the unique insights and observations culled from his diary. Part concert, part stand-up, this special is sure to delight all Birbiglia fans!
Led by Kevin Hart, The Plastic Cup Boyz are stepping into the spotlight with their stand-up and sketches. Joey Wells, Will “Spank” Horton, and Na’im Lynn take the stage in this comedy special taped at. . .
Kevin Hart presents comedy club legend Keith Robinson, who brings his in-your-face style to everything from the moment he stopped liking his own son to the real reason why Obama was elected. It’s everything you. . .
In Lil Rel Howery’s first hour-long special, he talks about everything from his upbringing to raising his own children to getting roasted by teenagers on public transportation, all with his signature high-energy delivery. A natural. . .
Dana Gould takes on the absurdities of modern life through a pop-culture obsessed lens. Unapologetic and off-the-wall funny, there’s no middle ground in this comedy special filmed at the Neptune Theater in Seattle, WA.
Politically insightful legendary comedian, D.L. Hughley, takes the stage at the Regency Theatre in San Francisco. Hughley riffs on current affairs and reviews everything from legalizing marijuana to the value of having nosey white neighbors.
Craig Ferguson unleashes his trademark stream-of-consciousness comedy before a sold-out crowd, riffing on fatherhood, Helen of Troy and shark penises. His show’s not safe for kids — or the easily offended!