“Whitney Cummings: Can I Touch It?” has interesting thoughts in it, but you'll forget most of them once the sex robot is brought out.
Marina Franklin: Single Black Female is a solid hour of material from a conversational comedian who will definitely push you to check what else she has out there.
Aziz Ansari: Right Now brings us a more mature Aziz, reminiscent of Dave Chappelle’s The Bird Revelation, but still presenting the manic persona many have come to love.
Pares Ratliff: I Hate People is a new comedy special from an interesting new comic, who offers a few chuckles.
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.