"Women and Black Dudes" is the first Comedy Central one-hour stand-up special from comedian Neal Brennan. He delivers bold material that dives deep into issues of race and gender. Brennan brings real talk about women, black dudes, and more!
Hannibal is back with his new hour-long stand-up special, "Hannibal Buress: Live From Chicago," taped at the Vic Theatre in his hometown of Chicago, IL. Buress' latest offering features more of the signature dry wit and cool delivery we've come to love. This time around, the Comedy Central favorite rolls out new material about his own second line parade in New Orleans, fistfights in London, and many memorable late nights on the road. This extended and uncensored special is one not to be missed.
Patton is at his best with his stand-up special "Tragedy Plus Comedy Equals Time". Performing at Spreckels Theatre in San Diego, Patton covers the trials and tribulations of frozen food, a failed outing with a prostitute, fatherhood and beyond.
Veteran New York City comic Dave Attell is back with his Comedy Central stand-up special "Road Work." This unique special cuts together multiple performances from Attell's past tour. From New Orleans to Philadelphia to Minneapolis and more, "Road Work" feels more like a concert film than a traditional stand-up special. Of course, it wouldn't be a proper Attell show without his expert crowd work and clever R-rated material in what he calls "a filthy, dirty mess of a show."
After starring for seven seasons on NBC's Emmy-and Golden Globe Award-winning "30 Rock," the legendary Tracy Morgan returns to his roots in the world premiere of his new one-hour stand-up special on Comedy Central, "Tracy Morgan: Bona Fide." Tracy performs in his hometown of Brooklyn, NY, at the iconic BAM Harvey Theater, where he delivers a hilarious hour that includes everything from growing up in the projects to the time Prince threw him out of his house following an all-night party.
Jim Gaffigan bursts back on the scene with this eagerly anticipated fourth comedy special. Dubbed the "King of Clean Comedy" by The Wall Street Journal, Jim's obsession with all things food comes to fruition on "Obsessed" as he tackles a cornucopia of new food topics from fruit to seafood to donuts. Get ready for 70 minutes of non-stop laughs at Jim's twisted-yet-enlightened observations on the seemingly mundane topics that have made him a fixture in the comedy world for audiences of all ages.
Comedic super-star David Spade returns to the stage in his first hour-long stand-up special in over ten years. Taped at Hollywood's The Fonda Theatre, "David Spade: My Fake Problems" is Spade at his best with his trademark snarky delivery.
In her second one-hour Comedy Central special, taped at the Barclay Theatre in Irvine, CA, Cummings shares brutally honest insights about love and relationships, covering everything from what real orgasms look like, to her frustration at men calling women "crazy." In front of a packed audience, she dissects her recent breakup, her TV show, and the troubling voices in her head. This extended and uncensored version is sure to keep you laughing for days.
White Precious is the first one-hour stand-up special from former minister/salesman/illustrator/repo man turned headlining comic Kurt Metzger. His hilarious point of view is sometimes controversial but always entertaining.
From "MAD TV" to "The Howard Stern Show," best-selling author, actor and comedian Artie Lange is back with the world premiere of his new one-hour stand-up special on Comedy Central, "Artie Lange: The Stench of Failure." Artie returns to his roots and performs in his hometown of Newark at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center's Victoria Theater, where he delivers a hilarious and truly compelling hour. Artie doesn't pull any punches when he talks about his stints in rehab and a psych ward, from playing scrabble with mental patients to giving advice to a crack addicted baby seller. What's that smell? It's Artie's fearless and dynamic new special that can't be missed!
Perched high above it all in Denver, Joe Rogan’s brand-new one-hour stand-up special, Rocky Mountain High, has a clear perspective. Filmed at the renowned Denver Comedy Works, Rocky Mountain High proves if you're not paranoid, you're not paying attention.