The New Stand-Up Comedy Series Now Streaming on Amazon Prime

LOS ANGELES, CA – 09-14-2018 ( —                 Stand up comedy has a lot of new faces coming this fall to Amazon’s Prime Video platform. This all new comedy series, is available to stream starting September 14, 2018. Filmed in front of a live studio audience in Los Angeles, Laugh After Dark brings the comedy club experience to the small screen.

               Season 1 of Laugh After Dark introduces 12 hilarious and diverse new stand up comedians. Each 25-minute episode spotlights two new voices in stand up and is hosted by comedian, Luc Ashley. Season one’s comic lineup includes Kevin Hart’s Hart of the City Showcase comedian, Jeremy “Gumbo” Christian as well as Conan O’Brien’s comic standout, Michael Longfellow and many more.             Laugh After Dark is the first ever comedy series featuring both a female host and director. The show’s director, Kelsey Borlan Lee, is the resident director and cinematographer at Creative Studios Los Angeles, the soundstage where the show is filmed. Borlan’s visuals captures the intimate feeling of the live comedy club experience rarely seen in televised comedy program.About the host Luc AshleyStand-up comedian and comedy actress, Luc Ashley is quick-witted with her uniquely engaging and outspoken comedic physical style that keeps audiences rolling off the edge of their seat.

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