Exclusive: New Trailer For Season 2 Of Comedy Dynamics' 'Coming To The Stage' Airing On Hulu
What do you get when take some of the country's top up-and-coming comedians and throw them on stage to try out their funniest material?
You get something a lot like Comedy Dynamics' Coming to the Stage, which features rising comedians who already have impressive credits with other shows and networks, including 30 Rock, Comedy Central and Variety's Comics to Watch.
The series, produced by Comedy Dynamics, promises even more talent in its second season, which debuts today on Hulu.
The series second season of Coming to the Stage, hosted by Dan Levy, will feature such names as Ashley Barnhill, Rhea Butcher (NBC's Last Comic Standing), Merrill Davis, Eddie Della Siepe, Josh Fadem (30 Rock), Dan St. Germain (Comedy Central's In Security), J.R. De Guzman, Donnivin Jordan, Megan Koester, Tom McCaffrey (Comedy Central), Vincent Oshana (Russell Simmons's Def Comedy Jam) and Finn Straley.
Each episode of Coming to the Stage also features Internet viral sensation, Humorous Vacuum Robot.
Here's an exclusive sneak peek at season two of Coming to the Stage:
"The fact that we were able to work with 12 of the most talented up-and-coming comics in the second season of Coming To The Stage is one of the greatest accomplishments Comedy Dynamics has had to date," said Comedy Dynamics' President Brian Volk-Weiss.
Comedy Dynamics is one of the top independent producers and distributors of comedic content in the U.S. and has worked with many top comedians, including Aziz Ansari, Jim Gaffigan, Bill Burr, Chelsea Peretti and Katt Williams. The company also works with streaming services and brought its first Hulu original series, Coming to the Stage, to the service earlier this year.
Season one of Coming to the Stage is available in full for all Hulu subscribers, with season two releasing new episodes every Thursday.
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