Debut Comedy Special To Premiere Friday, February 22 At 10 PM ET/PT
LOS ANGELES - January 24, 2019 - Comedian Tone Bell takes the stage in his first stand-up special, TONE BELL: CAN'T CANCEL THIS, premiering on Friday, February 22 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME on-air, streaming and on demand. In the hour-long special filmed at the Dee and Charles Wyly Theater in Dallas, Bell simply wants to live in a world where Alaska is cold, student loans are paid and jelly is free. He has finally found the one place his uncompromising view of this unfair world can't be stopped. To watch and share a first look clip from TONE BELL: CAN'T CANCEL THIS, go to:
A native of Atlanta, Bell is an accomplished actor and stand-up comedian who tours regularly nationwide. He currently stars opposite Nina Dobrev and Odessa Adlon in the new CBS primetime comedy series Fam. His other television credits include starring opposite Kathy Bates in Disjointed as well as Truth Be Told, Bad Judge and Whitney. On the big screen, he recently starred in Dog Days opposite Dobrev, Vanessa Hudgens, Adam Pally and Eva Longoria and is featured in the upcoming film Little opposite Issa Rae and Regina Hall (BLACK MONDAY).
TONE BELL: CAN'T CANCEL THIS is executive produced by Brian Volk-Weiss and Cisco Henson for Comedy Dynamics along with Tone Bell, Matt Blake, Ari Levin, Christian Amechi and Richie Keen. Mike Dill, Lowell Shapiro and Derrick Haynes serve as producers.
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