[11/01/23 - 10:11 AM] "Comedy Central Stand-Up Featuring" Returns with 15 New Episodes The short-form stand-up series will feature 15 hilarious new comics with short and sweet sets, starting on Wednesday, November 1 at 12pm ET, only on Comedy Central's Stand-Up YouTube and Facebook.
[via press release from Comedy Central]
"Comedy Central Stand-Up Featuring" Returns with 15 New Episodes
Series Premieres Wednesday, November 1 on Comedy Central's Stand-Up YouTube Channel
New York, NY (November 1, 2023) - Comedy Central today announced the premiere of a brand new season of "Comedy Central Stand-Up Featuring." The short-form stand-up series will feature 15 hilarious new comics with short and sweet sets, starting on Wednesday, November 1st at 12pm ET, only on Comedy Central's Stand-Up YouTube and Facebook.
Season 14 of the digital series will include new weekly episodes featuring comedy by: Tommy Brennan, Ayanna Dookie, Holmes, Grace Kuhlenschmidt, Sam Morrison, Randall Otis, Usama Siddiquee, Ethan Simmons-Patterson, Kate Sisk, Mark Smalls, Chinedu Unaka, Mav Viola, Asha Ward, Eagle Witt and Lucas Zelnick.
"Comedy Central Stand-Up Featuring" is the brand's snack-able stand-up digital content. The short form originals are produced exclusively for the brand's Stand-Up YouTube channel with sets running approximately 5-10 minutes in length. Comedy Central Stand-Up Featuring includes over 130 comedians and has filmed in Los Angeles, New York City and Austin. To date, the series has garnered over 385M views across YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and Twitter.
"Comedy Central Stand-Up Featuring" was produced in partnership with Hoff Studios. Executive producers from MTV Entertainment Studios are Kristyn Deignan, Akash Goyal, Lisa Kleinman, Tyler McIntosh and Ryan Moran.
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