Within 19 minutes, you get a real and raw taste of who Ms. Pat is, and she makes it clear her story can’t be surmised in a short set.
Browsing: TV Special
From comedy tapings to filmed performances, these TV specials give you the experience of seeing your favorite acts whenever, wherever.
With a change in one-half of the shows, and no crossing over, is the newest entry of Live In Front Of A Studio Audience as good as the first?
While it takes Chieng to warm up a little longer than it should, once he sets up the jokes for the latter half, it is all smooth sailing.
In Joke Show, Wolf reminds you, while Netflix may have canceled her show, it wasn’t because she wasn’t funny but the format didn’t work.
In the Family Reunion Christmas special, Jackée Harry guests stars, and the children are given a lesson on privilege.
There is quite a bit of growth from Haddish since She Ready, and it leads to Black Mitzvah feeling like her first true special.
Being married and a stand up comic, especially a female one, isn’t a common thing, so Iliza Shlesinger takes advantage of this to break down how strange weddings are.
While an odd choice, considering they are making a film version within the next few years, The Little Mermaid Live is acceptable but far from remarkable.
In the comical horror series, Hottieween, rapper Megan Thee Stallion taps into her love of horror and pays homage to the great Black heroines of yesteryear.
Smart & Classy, due to references like the Menendez Brothers, can either be seen as for Gen X and above, or having a bit of dated material.