Adam Newman returns to Athens, GA for “Fuzzies,” recorded at the Georgia Theatre where he used to work as a security guard. In his first hour long special, Adam dissects . . .
1972, Burbank, California. 19-year-old Andy Klavin is surprised to have stumbled his way into a job at “The Tonight Show” starring his hero, Johnny Carson. A coming-of-age story, we follow . . .
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 . . .
If you believe in Safe Spaces, run to yours now, as Nick Di Paolo once again shows why he’s the master of slaughtering sacred cows and being absolutely hilarious while . . .
The wait is over… SeesoTV is proud to introduce Joey “Coco” Diaz in his first stand-up comedy special Sociably Unacceptable. Take a wild comedy ride through Uncle Joey’s eyes as . . .
Filmed live in San Francisco, Janeane Garofalo takes on society’s intolerance of gluten and House Hunters International. With her unapologetic attitude, Janeane proudly states her AARP membership, her love for . . .
Ian Harvie is not quite the kind of man you might think. He’s redefining what it means to be a dude through a fresh perspective on sex/sexuality with some seriously . . .
Doug Stanhope has traveled the world and made himself a real comedian’s comedian. Check him out with comedians’ comedian’s comedians Brendon Walsh, Morgan Murphy, and Glenn Wool in this comedy . . .
Doug Stanhope performs live in his hometown of Bisbee, Arizona, tackling an assortment of hard-hitting issues, from caring for the mentally-ill, to Vietnam vets, being locked up abroad and why . . .
For her bachelorette party, purveyor of fine jokes, Cameron Esposito, decided to go a different route – making people pay to see her stand up and tell jokes for her . . .
Armed with his ferociously aggressive style of comedy, MADTV alum, Aries Spears takes the stage in Philadelphia for “Comedy Blueprint”. No one, not black, not white, not gay, not straight . . .
Brent Weinbach is weird. In this show, Brent attempts to adjust his quirky personality so that he can fit in with the world around him, which would be valuable to . . .
In his latest special, Posehn laments the recent loss of his heroes. He also professes re-found love for a certain sci-fi franchise, and manages to rip on a few recent . . .