Comedian and Emmy-winning television host Craig Ferguson brings equal parts satire and silliness to the stage in his second comedy special for EPIX. Performing on stage at the historic Town Hall in New York City, Ferguson offers hilarious insights on religion, aging, and of course the big three: sex, drugs and rock & roll—including his own delightfully surreal experiences with Mick Jagger and Kenny G.
Tom Papa has become a Human Mule and he’s not afraid to admit it. In this follow up to his 2013 special, Tom is at his fast paced comedic best while relating the everyman struggles of family life, falling behind to the super rich and his hilarious cure for angry young men.
Michael Ian Black may be joking, but he is indeed getting very famous. A stand-up comedian, actor, and writer Michael is known for his character Phil on the hit TV show ED, as a member of the cult comedy legends Stella, on VH1’s clip series, and in numerous other projects (including the legendary comedy troupe The State and his new breakout podcast “Mike and Tom Eat Snacks”)
Standup comedian, television star and author Kevin Nealon headlines this new comedy special that finds the new father daunted by fears, insecurities and doubts, but only slightly. Taped before an enthusiastic Denver, Colorado audience, this special finds the popular funny man in top form.
Grammy nominated comedian Bob Saget returns to his home, on the stand-up stage. Filmed as a warm embrace in these troubling times, the comedy legend declares himself to be the last TV father you can trust in this R’ish rated hour of entertaining stories, riffing with the audience, words of wisdom, and new original comedy songs.
Legendary comedian D.L. Hughley takes the stage at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco for his new hilarious stand up special, Clear. In this uproarious performance, Hughley riffs on everything from the value of having nosy white neighbors to Colorado legalizing marijuana.
Her innocent appearance is just a cover for Last Comic Standing winner Iliza Shlesinger’s acerbic, stream-of-conscious comedy that she unleashes on an unsuspecting audience in her hometown of Dallas in “War Paint,” her first stand-up special.
Kathleen Madigan drops in on Detroit to deliver material derived from time spent with her Irish Catholic Midwest family, eating random pills out of her mother’s purse, touring Afghanistan, and her love of John Denver and the Lunesta butterfly.
In his first one-hour stand-up special, funnyman Aaron Karo raises the comedy bar as he uncorks his witty observations on bridesmaids’ speeches, tanked-up friends who always start fights and the perils of being a 30-year-old bachelor.