Michelle Wolf’s New Netflix Comedy Special Premieres on December 10

Michelle Wolf
Michelle Wolf

Comedian Michelle Wolf after her controversial monologue at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in April 2018. Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images for Netflix

Stand up Comedian Michelle Wolf will be appearing yet again on Netflix and we are excited to watch it.

The stand-up comedian has a new 1 hour, Michelle Wolf: Joke Show, it will be launched worldwide on the streaming service this Dec. 10. The Netflix comedy special is being advertised as Wolf wanting “to fight for women’s equality … but not in, like, that aggravating way,” will analyze the contrast between men and women and the greater subject of gender equality and point out why society should be a little “less” woke.

This comedy special will be the thirty-four-year-old comedian 2nd appearance on Netflix, It has been 1 1/2 years since it first streamed on Netflix the talk show The Break With Michele Wolf on the streamer. Pre-launch, the executives at recent seems to be a good idea of adding an unaltered female comedian to its stand up comedy lineup. All along its springtime run, The Break generated enough of media attention — thanks to bits including an “ICE Is” recruitment video and a salute to abortions — but not enough observer. The show, section of an initial wave of talk show false starts for the streaming giant, was removed after one season.

Joke Show appears 2 years subsequently after her first, Nice Lady, which received raves and an Emmy nomination for rival HBO. Nevertheless the latter is still in the stand-up business, it’s more concentrate on developing talent while Netflix extends to create and deliver new household names. Wolf, as her part, saw her rating soar as a consequence of her controversial stand-up act as the MC of the 2018 White House Correspondent’s Dinner. During her 19 minutes at the podium stage, she took swings at numerous people in the White House, most noticeably then press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. (Sample line: “She’s very resourceful. She burns facts, and then she uses that ash to create a perfect smoky eye.”)

Preceding to launching her own comedy show, Wolf establishes in her time working on other television shows, including Late Night with Seth Meyers and The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. The comedian, who is repped by United Talent Agency UTA and Dixon Talent, remains a daily presence in New York comedy clubs. She is a regular at The Comedy Cellar, New York Comedy Club, and many other great NYC comedy clubs. We highly recommend watching her new Netflix comedy show as she is one of our favorites.