Comedians and lovers Natasha Leggero and Moshe Kasher were married last year then followed it up with a Honeymoon Tour. Now, the couple is remixing their tour with The Endless Honeymoon Tour that adds new dates and cities. Atlanta, Brooklyn and Chicago are among the stops. The tour starts in late July and tickets are available for purchase here. Check out the full schedule below.
Canadians have all the fun. They get free health care; there hasn't been any major destruction in their cities; and they have the biggest comedy festival in the world taking place in Montreal. And this year's lineup for the festival looks magnificent. The 35th annual Just For Laughs Festival has landed an all-star bunch of comedians including Jerry Seinfeld, Ali Wong, Kevin Hart, Judd Apatow, Trevor Noah, Natasha Leggero, and Moshe Kasher among others. Additionally, there will be live podcast recordings like Jake and Amir's If I Were You and Jon Gabrus's High & Mighty. The full lineup and tickets can be found here.
TBS has Jason Jones and Samantha Bee; blank has blank; and now, Comedy Central has Moshe Kasher and Natahsa Leggero. While the latter has been working with the network for some time now, the former's new show is almost set to premiere. Problematic, from the minds of Kasher and Alex Blagg, was picked up this past September. The show will air on Tuesday, April 18 at 10 PM.
The series is another talk show but this one is apparently made with the digital age in mind. Each episode will look at a single topic that usually draws ire from multiple sides. Think subject matter that includes the dark web or gun control. The difference between this and other shows will be the questions from in-studio and online.
One of today’s favorite comedians is reaching the ranks of his peers by getting his own Comedy Central show. Titled Problematic with Moshe Kasher, the show will allow for the comedian to talk about today’s hot topics using social media. It looks to be a talk show variant of @midnight except there’s no panel or points to be found and it's more discussion based. In a press release, Kasher said he wants to talk about all topics -- including the difficult ones: “This show will create a safe space for offensive comedy and more importantly engender conversations that will completely end all acrimony, racism, sexism, trolling and whatever else you find offensive online once and for all. I promise.” Problematic will premiere sometime in 2017. Kasher’s wife, Natasha Leggero, is the co-creator/co-star of Comedy Central’s Another Period.