“The country’s funniest, delinquent comedians are teaming up for this RAW and EDGY show at Triple B’s in East Fremont… before they all go to hell.” – The Blacklist NYC
You’ve heard of Netflix’s The Standups. Now, Netflix invites you to tune into it’s evil twin sister: The Degenerates. This new special will feature not one, not two but four comedians you’ve seen (or will have the chance to see) LIVE at Comedy Works! Each comedian will get one half hour rated “Not Safe For Work.”
The 6 comedians include: Big Jay Oakerson, Liza Treyger, Christina P, Yamaneika Saunders, Joey “Coco” Diaz and the 6th comedian has yet to be announced.
Gabriel Iglesias: One Show Fits All as well as another stand-up special not yet named and a TV series called “Mr. Iglesias.” Netflix has not posted premiere dates for any of these just yet.
– dedicated his last concert in Denver to Comedy Works in December 2017
Denver’s own Adam Cayton-Holland has started 2018 with a bang releasing a new comedy album and publishing his first book!
Check out his comedy album titled Adam Cayton-Holland Performs His Signature Bits, released on Comedy Central March 23, 2018. Find the album on iTunes
Also be on the look out for Cayton-Hilland’s first book titled Tragedy Plus Time. Now available for pre-order, officially on sale August 21, 2018. Purchase yours at TragedyPlusTimeBook.com
Adam say about the book, “Since I was a child, I’ve always wanted to publish a book – long before comedy or anything. When people asked me what I was going to be when I grew up, I told them, ‘A writer.’ But I never in a million years would have thought the subject matter of my first book would be the suicide of my little sister, whom I love and miss so much. I’m excited and heartbroken… I’m sure anyone who has suffered through such a major loss can relate. But this book helped me grieve… And as sad as it is, I did my best to make it funny and honest too, like Lydia was. Like my family is. It’s a tribute to the littlest member of our clan who burned so brightly, and it’s an honest look at mental illness and mourning. So pre-order the book if you feel so inclined. Get to know an amazing person gone too soon, one I miss and love dearly. Every single day.”
Saturday Night Live just added three new comedians to their cast for their 43rd season, Chris Redd, Heidi Gardner, and Luke Null. These three comedians will help in replacing the veterans of SNL, Bobby Moynihan, Vanessa Bayer, and Sasheer Zamata.
Chris Redd is an actor, comedian, and writer and best known for his role in Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping. Red was also featured on Comedy Central Stand-up Presents.
Heidi Gardner has helped write and voice different roles in the show Supermansion and is co-staring in the upcoming movie Life of the Party featuring Melissa McCarthy.
Luke Null is a Chicago- based musical comedian and improvisor.