Part manic stand up special, as well as reflective documentary, Jenny Slate: Stage Fright gives you both the performer and the person who had to live life to write the jokes.
Browsing: TV Special
From comedy tapings to filmed performances, these TV specials give you the experience of seeing your favorite acts whenever, wherever.
Deon Cole’s Cole Hearted is the first special, in a long time, that is not only funny but quotable as hell.
As long as you like the idea of strictly hearing sex jokes for an hour, you’ll enjoy Nikki Glaser: Bangin’.
Mo Gilligan: Momentum is unlike most comedy specials you may have seen before and makes Gilligan someone you have to keep a watch on.
After a slow start, showing you why Dunham uses puppets to get a laugh, things kick into high gear in Beside Himself.
In Epilogue: The Punchline, Dave shares a few celebrity encounter stories, does Q&A with the audience and talks about a chat with a trans person named Daphne.
In “Sticks & Stones” Chappelle reaches peak “I Do Not Give A F***” as he delves into Michael Jackson, the LGBTQ community, and more.
“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.