Netflix Is A Joke Fest is Set to Take Place from April 28 to May 8 in 2022

Awesome news for fans of stand up and sketch comedy as Netflix’s comedy brand, Netflix Is A Joke has just launched its Netflix Comedy Festival. It is set to take place from April 28 to May 8 next year in Los Angeles, California.

This just in from Netflix Is A Joke’s Twitter page, posted today, with the caption, “More legendary comedians, shows and venues than we could ever fit on a poster. Netflix Is A Joke: The Festival is taking over LA starting April 28th. Tickets available Friday at”

Hurry up and grab yourself a ticket or more to get to see your favorite comedians on the prowl to crack the audience’s ribs. With over one hundred shows in more than twenty-five venues all over LA, there’s bound to be plenty of traffic from fans hoping for some off-screen comic action.

Netflix founded the multiplatform comedy brand in 2017 that offers a home for comedy fans to indulge in breaking news and original content by worldwide celebrated comedians.

In about five years since the launch of the Netflix Is A Joke campaign, the platform has gained over a million followers with 123 million quarterly impressions. With never-ending comedy specials by humor celebrities, Netflix continued to prove that stand-up comedy can surpass the borders of arenas and comedy clubs. But every once in a while, it wouldn’t hurt the audience to get off the couch.

Netflix Is A Joke is spearheaded by the Netflix editorial duo, Blake Rosenberg and Will Trowbridge. Rosenberg launched her career by overseeing NBC Studio Tours around 30 Rock where she headed Studio 8H productions. For seven years, she played various roles at Saturday Night Live. Trowbridge worked with 3 Arts before going to Walt Disney as a social content strategist for Disney and Pixar.

For more info about the Netflix Comedy Festival, visit the website

Written by Dave Cunningham

Raised and born in West London. Dave is currently studying BA in Psychology at CUNY Hunter College. Netflix favourites: You, Stranger Things, Ozark & Virgin River.

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