Mike Epps: Only One Mike continues Netflix line of comedy tapings which may get a few chuckles out of you, but certainly aren’t specials.
While a bit all over the place, with little in terms of an arching narrative, Devine’s high energy saves Adam DeVine: Best Time of Our Lives.
Once Sykes gets past the obligatory Trump commentary, she finds a really good groove. But does she make this feel like a special?
Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear's "All in the Family" and "The Jeffersons," brings on the nostalgia and, for the most part, revives the spirit of the source material.
Kevin Hart: Irresponsible brings about all you expect from the comedian, and for longtime fans that might be a problem.
You might be surprised that, after The Leather Special, Schumer has a new comedy special that *gasps* is actually quite funny.
Jimmy Carr: The Best of Ultimate Gold Greatest Hits will have you questioning how bad of a person you are for laughing at his offensive material.
Part 2 of Leaving Neverland doesn’t present a smoking gun as much as tries to appeal to its audience’s emotions after wearing you down for roughly 4 hours.
With the past coming to roost for so many celebrities, I expected the worst. However, all we got was a shoddy hit piece given legitimacy by HBO.