Late-Night Stars Set to Descend on Netflix Is a Joke Fest

Netflix itself may not have a going late-night show, but the streaming giant’s Los Angeles comedy festival is set to play host to a boatload of comics with roots in the daypart.

Among the big names scheduled to appear during the 11-day live event are David Letterman, Conan O’Brien, Jon Stewart, Trevor Noah, Taylor Tomlinson, and Arsenio Hall.

Other LateNighters performing at one of the festival’s 300 shows at 35+ venues include current and former Daily Show correspondents Dulcé Sloan, Ronny Chieng, Roy Wood Jr, and Hasan Minhaj.

Then there are the SNL alums: Maya Rudolph, Melissa Villaseñor, Colin Quinn, Sarah Silverman, John Mulaney, Tim Robinson, Jay Mohr, Jay Pharoah, Darrell Hammond… the list goes on.

This will be the second time the streamer has put on the festival. Several events at the inaugural 2022 Netflix Is a Joke festival were eventually released on the streaming service, so it’s safe to assume that at least some of the shows will be taped and streamed later.

The in-person festival runs May 2-12. Tickets can be purchased via the event’s website.

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