Comedian Ali Wong's hilarious stand-up special, Hard Knock Wife, premiered on Netflix on Mother's Day.
Wong rose to fame with her first comedy special, "Baby Cobra," filmed when she was pregnant…with her first daughter. In Baby Cobra, Wong candidly joked about dating, "trapping" her husband, miscarriage, and sex. Named as one of the best stand-up specials of 2016, Wong was declared "a tremendous, uncompromising, lewd comedian with a point of view and style that deserves to be celebrated." Similarly, Hard Knock Wife was filmed when… >> Read More
Lindsey Payne, Elizabeth Triplett, and Ashley Opstad are all LA-based comedians who are in their third trimester of pregnancy. Lately, they have been performing weekly shows together, despite the…complications--and recently made a video discussing why they are doing this. This is amazing in itself, because it shows what pregnancy is really like--while also finding the humor in it. One of my favorite parts about this video is the fact that Lindsey talks about what makes their improv team different than others: Nothing. They… >> Read More
Meet Talia Reese, the Orthodox woman who is one of the edgiest comedians around. She's also a lawyer and mom--showing us that she's more than capable of not only wearing many hats, but mixing the…worlds of offbeat comedy, motherhood, and Orthodox Judaism together. Reese's comedy has been getting a lot of traction lately--she's was featured in the NY Post, where she explained how Shabbat gives her structure to her life, saying, "I could be at clubs all night on Thursday, but by Friday the family will have a home-cooked meal for… >> Read More
Jamie Aderski is a new mom--she just had her first baby. Aderski is also an actress and comedian, having appeared on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," "Comedy Central," "Elite Daily," and "UCB…Comedy." Being a new mom made her realize how sick she is of having to tell everyone how "great" she's doing--because she's just really tired. This is what prompted Jamie to create her one-woman show, "Cry Baby: My (Reluctant) Journey Into Motherhood," which focuses on her journey to motherhood. The show is based in New York… >> Read More
Warning to hecklers: Do not mess with Amy Schumer. At a show in Stockholm, Sweden on Wednesday night, one young man learned this lesson the hard way after shouting, "Show us your tits!" two minutes…into Schumer's set. The Jewish comedian paused her joke to have a spotlight shown on the heckler, who was wearing a shirt that he confirmed said "I love pussies." Classy guy. Schumer then warned him that if he shouted out during her set again, he'd be removed from the building. And guess what? He did. And… >> Read More