Seeso Announces First Annual Stand-up Streaming Festival

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Seeso Announces First Annual Stand-up Streaming Festival

If you (correctly) believe that there is not enough comedy in the world, Seeso is here to remedy that problem. The streamer has just announced its 12-Week Stand-Up Streaming Fest, one which will include 12 weeks of exclusive original stand-up comedy specials and series.

This new lineup will feature specials like Janeane Garofalo’s If I May, which premieres Oct. 27, and Laurie Kilmartin’s 45 Jokes About My Dead Dad, which will premiere Dec. 29. The festival itself will run from Oct. 20 through Jan. 5, and will be hosted by Seeso, NBCUniversal’s up-and-coming, ad-free streaming comedy channel.

“Stand up is now bigger than ever, and we wanted to embrace that with this huge festival of funny,” said Evan Shapiro, the Executive Vice President of Digital Enterprises at NBCUniversal. “Unlike most festivals where you have to buy an expensive pass and schlep to the middle of nowhere, we’re bringing this festival right to you for less than the price of a warm beer.”

Viewers can subscribe to Seeso for $3.99/mo. Seeso has already debuted several specials, including Cameron Esposito’s first stand-up special Marriage Material and Doug Stanhope’s No Place Like Home. Check out the full lineup of debuts for the 12-Week Stand-Up Streaming Fest below.

Jena Friedman’s American Cunt (Premieres Oct. 20)

The Guest List Hosted by Irene Tu, Featuring Cameron Esposito, Rhea Butcher, Matt Braunger, Steve Byrne and Harrison Greenbaum (Premieres Oct. 20)

Janeane Garofalo’s If I May (Premieres Oct. 27)

Schtick or Treat: Hollywood Stand Up Special Hosted By: Mark Normand and Matt Ruby, Featuring Adam Mamawala, Nick Vatterott, Amber Nelson, Robert Dean, Myq Kaplan, Julio Torres, Anthony Kapfer, Brett Druck, Katie Hannigan, Jordan Temple, Carolyn Castiglia, Jim Tews, Justin Williams, Doogie Horner, JP McDade, Matteo Lane, Dina Hashem, Maria Wojciechowski, Robbie Goodwin, Andy Pitz, Tyler Fischer, Jeff Wesselschmidt, Eli Sairs and Joel Walkowski (Premieres Oct. 27)

Mo Mandel’s Negative Reinforcement (Premieres Nov. 3)

The Guest List Hosted by DJ Real, Featuring Mike Lawrence, Maeve Higgins, The Sklar Brothers and Sam Morril (Premieres Nov. 3)

ADD Presents: Tyree Elaine (Premieres Nov. 10)

ADD Presents: Robert Powell (Premieres Nov. 10)

Dan Levy’s Lion (Premieres Nov. 17)

Turnt Up Hosted by Eliza Skinner and Josh Silverstein, Featuring Jessica McKenna, Demi Adejuyigbe, Nicole Parker, Matt Geiler, Ross Bryant and Marshall Givens (Premiers Nov. 17)

An all-new exclusive stand-up special from Aries Spears (Premieres Nov. 24)

McSweeney’s Internet Tendency Live! Hosted by Caitlin Gill, Featuring Eddie Pepitone, Ron Lynch, Laura Kightlinger, Megan Koester, Anna Seregina, Nato Green, Irene Tu and Colin Mahan. (Premieres Nov. 24)

Joe Matarese’s Medicated (Premieres Dec. 1)

Lachlan Patterson’s Live at Venice Beach (Premieres Dec. 1)

The Guest List Hosted by Casey Ley, Featuring Gilbert Godfrey, Chris Garcia, Alex Kroll, Janelle James and Sean Donnelly (Dec. 8)

An all-new exclusive stand-up special from Joey CoCo Diaz (Premieres Dec. 9)

Funny As Hell Season Six, Hosted by John Dore, Featuring Mary Lynn Rajskub, Emo Philips, Sean Patton, Adam Newman, Thomas Dale, Liza Treyger, Sean Donelly, Sam Morril, Byron Bowers, Kurt Metzger, Cameron Esposito, Eugene Mirman, James Davis, Aparna Nancherla, Bert Kreischer, Gina Yashere, Matt Braunger and Beth Stelling (Premieres Dec. 15)

An all-new exclusive stand-up special from Nick Thune (Premieres Dec. 22)

An all-new exclusive stand-up special from Ian Harvie (Premieres Dec. 29)

Laurie Kilmartin’s 45 Jokes About My Dead Dad (Premieres Dec. December 29)

An all-new exclusive stand-up special from Brian Posehn (Premieres Jan. 2)

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