Netflix to Drop Jim Gaffigan’s ‘Comedy Monster’ on Dec. 21

Jim Gaffigan’s comedy special is for you if you’re looking for some (literal) comic relief. The comedian/actor is back with his sixth Netflix comedy special, ‘Jim Gaffigan: Comedy Monster,’ which was shot in front of a live audience in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Gaffifans can expect the performer to attack everything that went wrong in 2021 in his latest effort. He earned two Daytime Emmys for CBS News Sunday Morning, for those unfamiliar with his work.

Jim’s announcement on Instagram is as follows:

The comedy icon discusses the disaster that was 2021, as well as marching bands, millionaires in space, and more.

King Baby, Beyond the Pale, Mr. Universe, Obsessed, and Cinco are among Gaffigan’s other Netflix specials. The show was executive-produced by Brian Volk-Veiss and produced by the Nacelle Company, whose Comedy Dynamics Records also sold several of Gaffigan’s albums.

The comedy special is coming to Netflix on Tuesday. Watch a snippet here:

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Written by Ralph Glorioso

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