Netflix is braving Larry Charles’ Dangerous World of Comedy in a new travel series from the award-winning director.
The creative mind behind comedic classics such as Borat and Bruno, the writer and producer best known for his work on Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Dictator, and Religulous. Now, he’s headed to Netflix for a new series that explores the vast depths and varying definitions of comedy in different cultures all around the world. From Russia, China, India, Iran, Nigeria Turkey and more, Charles travels to the unlikeliest of places and speaks to the unlikeliest of comedians to unearth just how dangerous and how meaningful the world world of comedy can be.
Larry Charles’ Dangerous World of Comedy is Executive Produced by Larry Charles and Joe Russo, Anthony Russo and Mike Larocca, under their nonfiction label, Roam Pictures. The show premieres on Netflix on Friday 15th February. Here’s the trailer:
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