EXCLUSIVE: Neal Brennan has a new comedy special titled Neal Brennan: Blocks on Netflix and it will be released globally on November 8.
In his newest comedy special, Neal Brennan moves physical blocks around the stage in order to explain the emotional and cultural issues that make him feel like something’s wrong with him. From his complicated relationship with his dog Keith, drugs and alcohol, liberalism and his slim chances of finding real everlasting love, Brennan gives the audience an honest and hilarious look inside his psyche.
RELATED: Tom Segura Scores Two New Stand-Up Specials At Netflix
"We're Completely Screwed": Apple Tree Productions Exec Laments How "Greed" Led To Danish Streamer Stand-Off — MIA Market
Neal Brennan: Blocks was filmed at The Belasco in Los Angeles and directed by Derek Delguadio.
The new stand-up special on the streaming platform comes following the success of his 3 Mics special that was released back in 2017. In 3 Mics, Brennan is featured alternating between three microphones on stage. Brennan uses the first microphone to read one-liners from index cards, the second microphone is used to talk about dealing with depression and the third microphone is used to perform his one-man show.
Throughout his career, Brennan has garnered credits as a writer for shows like Singled Out (1995), All That (1996), Chappelle’s Show (2006), The Approval Matrix (2014), The Daily Show (2016) and Comedians of the World (2019), among others. Brennan has been credited as a writer on Saturday Night Live on three occasions, one in 2016 when Dave Chappelle hosted, in 2017 when Aziz Ansari hosted and in 2019 when Woody Harrelson hosted.
Must Read Stories
‘Joy Luck Club’ Sequel In Works With Amy Tan & Ron Bass Scripting; Producers Set
Parul Agrawal Promoted To EVP, Head Of Drama At Warner Bros. Television
WB TV: Studio Cuts 26% Of Workforce, Unscripted & Animation Merge Functions
Market Preview; Disney EMEA & Fox Entertainment Global Chief Interviews
Read More About:
Source: Read Full Article