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About This Week at the Comedy Cellar
Recorded over the course of the same week they premiere, each episode of This Week at the Comedy Cellar provides a front row seat to fans of topical comedy as comedians react to recent headlines, weaving sharp takes on current events into a tight and topical 30-minute weekly show. Interspersed among the stand-up sets is a one-of-a-kind look at the famed Comedy Cellar “comics’ table,” where featured comedians will debate the week’s topics and discuss their process of taking what everyone’s been talking about and spinning it into comedy. Each episode will also feature a biographical spotlight on one of that week’s featured stand-ups.
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