Netflix is the one-stop shop for almost all your TV and movie needs. Now with a growing library of comedy specials, you can just log on to your Netflix account to watch full length stand-up routines by some of the funniest comedians worldwide.
Whether you are into dark and dry or juvenile and parodic, Netlflix has you covered. Check out the stand up specials you can stream on the platform on June 2016:
Bo Burnham: Make Happy
This Netflix original will be available to Netflix users starting Friday, June 3. Many critics have called "Make Happy" Burnham's best work yet, even comparing to a George Carlin of the current generation. Many fans echoing Reddit user The Slendercat's sentiments: Honestly, it's his best work yet. He balances the structure of the show with his improvisation so well. You won't leave disappointed.
I'm Brent Morin
29-year-old Brent Morin is best known for his role in "Undatable" and his stand-up is full of his references to his hilarious romantic failures and even worse dating advice. Seth Simons of Paste Magazine put it best when he said: "He has Bill Burr's rare mix of fury and heart, John Mulaney's goofy diffidence, and Mike Birbiglia's facility with narrative."
Anthony Jeselnik: Thoughts and Prayers
Known for his offencive and obnoxious sense of humour, Anthony Jeselnik performed "Thoughts and Prayers" for a huge crowd that gathered to see him at the historic Fillmore Theatre in San Francisco. Here is what an audience member who watched him live had to say: "I saw this last night, it was disgusting, obnoxious, and highly offencive. I loved it." So, if you are one for dark and insensitive humour, you definitely need to be streaming "Thoughts and Prayers" as early as possible.
John Mulaney: The Comeback Kid
Mulaney's talent as a writer and comedian is proved by the fact that he is the co-creator of the Stefon sketches on SNL. On stage, he grabs and holds on to the attention of his fans with his sharp wit and engaging delivery. From a descriptive logic behind Mulaney's beef with babies to his interaction with former president Bill Clinton, there is lot you are missing if you are not streaming "The Comeback Kid."
Jimmy Carr: Funny Business
British comedian Jimmy Carr, best known for his popular show "8 Out of 10 Cats" and his infectious laugh, unleashes his wicked one-liners and deadpan delivery on his audience with "Funny Business." He is definitely one of the most hilarious comedians in the world. Still not sold? Check out these comments fans left on the trailer for the comedy special:
Ace Maino - "COULDN'T CLICK FASTER, I WATCH OLD JIMMY CARR VIDEOS EVERY NIGHT, FINALLY SOME NEW S---"
Wrestling Is Fun - "OMG YES! I f----- love Jimmy Carr!!!"
Aziz Ansari: Buried Alive
The 2013 comedy film by "Parks and Recreation" and "Master of None" fame Aziz Ansari is performed in a wedding-like set. A formal suit-clad Ansari then expresses his hilarious views on the institution of marriage, parenting and love. The show was well-received by critics and fans alike, with most praising Ansari for his ability to tread the line of good taste and not be too offencive.