Last updated October 17, 2018
Get ready for some serious laughs with this theatrical cut culled from comic Kevin Hart's wildly successful national concert tour. Besides offering his hilarious take on issues he faced in childhood, Hart revisits his Philadelphia hometown.
Details about Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain
Taking the stage in Washington, D.C., funnyman Bill Burr brings his stinging brand of humor to the spotlight, uncorking a profanity-laced, incisive routine that pokes fun at plastic surgery, reality TV, gold diggers and more.
Details about Bill Burr: You People Are All the Same
"Seriously Funny" stars Kevin Hart performing in front of a sold out crowd live from Cleveland, Ohio - where he delivers his hilarious and unique brand of comedy. In this unforgettable night of comedy, Kevin is in rare form and funny as ever!
Details about Kevin Hart: Seriously Funny
Everyman comic genius Louis C.K. is back in his element with a fresh set of material presented in front of a live audience. Treading familiar themes but taking them in new directions, he opines about fatherhood, success, flying first class and more.
Details about Louis C.K.: Live at the Beacon Theater
Villainous Gru lives up to his reputation as a despicable, deplorable and downright unlikable guy when he hatches a plan to steal the moon from the sky. But he has a tough time staying on task after three orphan girls land in his care.
Details about Despicable Me
As he heads into this thirties, comedian Aziz Ansari ("Parks and Recreation") takes the stage in Philadelphia to offer his uniquely funny perspective on adulthood, babies, marriage and other terrifying topics.
Details about Aziz Ansari: Buried Alive (Trailer)
Mike Birbiglia shares a lifetime of romantic blunders and misunderstandings. On this painfully honest but hilarious journey, Birbiglia struggles to find reason in an area where it may be impossible to find: love.
Details about Mike Birbiglia: My Girlfriend's Boyfriend
Three best friends set off on an adventurous road trip/bachelor party in Spain after one of them becomes engaged. Along the way, they learn some lessons about themselves and each other that will change them forever.
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A mixed-race South African born under apartheid, quick-witted comedian Trevor Noah challenges cultural hang-ups with his unique perspective. Laced with flawless impressions, Noah's act blends his biting humor with his experience in the United States.
Details about Trevor Noah: African American
Red-hot comic Aziz Ansari ("Parks and Recreation") shares his views on adulthood, babies, marriage, love and more in the modern era. Filmed live in Philadelphia, Ansari's unfiltered look at his own place in today's adult world is smartly hilarious.
Details about Aziz Ansari: Buried Alive
International comedy sensation Russell Peters brings his hilarious Homecoming Tour to the stage of Madison Square Garden's WaMu Theater, where he shares his hysterical thoughts on ethnic stereotypes, his own body hair, the World Cup and much more.
Details about Russell Peters: Red, White and Brown
Funnyman Jim Gaffigan offers up his unique take on everything from Disney World to overweight whales in this live show from Washington, D.C. Other topics include McDonald's, indoor pools, slothfulness and having a fourth child.
Details about Jim Gaffigan: Mr. Universe
Irreverent counterculture comedian George Carlin riffs on everything from high-technology to election returns in this stand-up performance. No topic is too shocking for Carlin, who serves up his takes on sex, religion and other controversial issues.
Details about George Carlin: Life Is Worth Losing
Legendary comic George Carlin skewers everything from being stuck in gridlock and long-winded email newsletters to charging cheap items on credit in this riotous stand-up appearance at New York City's Beacon Theatre in November 2001.
Details about George Carlin: Complaints and Grievances
Mumbai shopkeeper Kanji Bhai files a lawsuit against God when an earthquake destroys his store and his insurance policy won't cover the damage. A motorcycle-riding modern-day Krishna arrives to guide Kanji as the public reacts to the court case.
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Reflecting on the widening gap between the poor and rich in 1992 America, George Carlin had a novel proposal: Why not let the homeless live on golf courses? These and other insights populate the comic's classic set at Madison Square Garden. The performance finds Carlin at his misanthropic prime, riffing on the environment, flying on airplanes, penises and -- most presciently -- the first Gulf War.
Details about George Carlin: Jammin' in New York
Self-centered New York playboy Henry Graham schemes to marry a wealthy woman -- and then kill her. But when his new bride proves to be an innocent klutz, Henry starts to change. Soon Henry is disposing of his self-serving ways instead of his wife.
Details about A New Leaf
Jeff Dunham and his cast of characters join to make Christmas very special -- and hilarious -- like only they know how. All new show also includes never-before-seen material.
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Nothing gets past the razor-sharp wit of George Carlin, who serves up his droll take on everything from embarrassing underwear incidents to those who need to share their bathroom adventures and, of course, more ludicrous uses of the English language. Filmed live in 1990 at the State Theatre in New Brunswick, N.J., this hilarious stand-up routine -- Carlin's seventh HBO special -- won a Cable ACE Award.
Details about George Carlin: Doin' It Again
Get ready for belly laughs with this live 1996 performance by George Carlin from New York City's Beacon Theatre, featuring the comedian's acerbic observations as he derives humorous truths from weighty topics such as capital punishment and abortion. In his trademark provocative comedic style, Carlin has some choice words about absurd but all-too-familiar expressions, television news, hyphenated names and more.
Details about George Carlin: Back in Town
In his final filmed performance, counterculture comic George Carlin urges Americans to just say no to BS, serving up sharp-witted takes on society's ridiculous obsessions, the self-esteem movement fallout and spoiled kids.
Details about George Carlin: It's Bad for Ya
Filmed live in the Garden State in 1988, this hour long HBO concert features Grammy-winning stand-up comedian George Carlin displaying his unique and popular sense of humor, blending caustic wit with intellectual wordplay. Carlin covers some of his classic routines, including "Cars and Driving II," "Reagan's Gang, Church People and American Values," "People I Can Do Without" and "Keeping People Alert."
Details about George Carlin: What Am I Doing in New Jersey?
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