Netflix has been hitting the renewal button a lot lately, re-upping Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt for a third season before the second has even had a chance to premiere and giving Jessica Jones the go-ahead for a second season of whiskey-slinging action. Netflix also released premiere dates for several of its original series, including Orange Is The New Black and Grace And Frankie. Now the streaming company has shared a press release with the premiere dates for new hour-long stand-up specials from Hannibal Buress, Patton Oswalt, Theo Von, and Jimmy Carr.
First up is Hannibal Buress: Comedy Camisado, which will premiere on February 5. Buress, who stars in Comedy Central’s Broad City as well as his own Comedy Central series Why? With Hannibal Buress (which he doubts will return), sold out his national theater stand-up tour this year. Then on February 26, Louisiana comedian Theo Von’s hour-long special, Theo Von: No Offense, will bow—and judging from the title alone, we have the feeling he probably does intend to offend.
March 18 will see the debut of Jimmy Carr: Funny Business, which was filmed at the U.K.’s Hammersmith Apollo. Carr is notably the very first British comedian to shoot an original stand-up special for Netflix. And on April 22, Patton Oswalt: Talking For Clapping will premiere; according to Netflix, Oswalt’s latest special will touch on “everything from misery to defeat to hopelessness.” (Yep, sounds like Oswalt.) He’s also set to star in the upcoming film adaptation of The Circle, but you can watch him talk for claps on Netflix this spring.