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Netflix certainly offers its fair share of original dramas, comedies, and animated series. But it’s also given standup comedians a powerful new platform. The streaming giant is releasing new comedy specials at a breakneck pace. With the standup game notoriously crowded, Netflix’s commitment to putting out quality specials has been a boon to veterans and up-and-comers alike, and it doesn’t appear to be slowing down. With a ton of quality offerings to choose from, here are the cream of the crop, the funniest laugh-out-loud comedy specials on Netflix right now…

Ali Wong, Hard Knock Wife | 0:36
John Mulaney, The Comeback Kid | 1:28
Kevin Hart, What Now? | 2:10
Trevor Noah, Afraid of the Dark | 3:23
Donald Glover, Weirdo | 4:24
Bill Burr, I’m Sorry You Feel That Way | 5:20
Steve Martin and Martin Short | 6:04
Sarah Silverman, A Speck of Dust | 6:49
Leslie Jones, Problem Child | 8:01
Jim Gaffigan, Cinco | 9:15

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  1. I love Leslie Jones and Kevin Hart. Jim Gaffigan he is very consistent and clean! like clean! just know that your talent has to be very high to produce this much content without shock words or innuendo

  2. I found a surprise in Jen Kirkman, everyone has preferences, on paper she should be the exact type of comedians I don't like, but her shows just works and so well, I didn't know before but I really like the rambling style comedy.

  3. Comedy is subjective, but it’s pretty sad that Seinfeld’s standup special didn’t make this list, seeing as his was right up there w/Gaffigan. Guess he didn’t get political enough for you.