A SundanceTV Original Series
Inspired by New York Magazine‘s back page pop culture roundup, hosted by comedian Neal Brennan

Vines by Avery Monsen

Avery Monsen (@averymonsen) is the author and illustrator of several books, including All My Friends Are Dead, I Feel Relatively Neutral About New York, and K is for KNIFEBALL: An Alphabet of Terrible Advice. As an actor, he performs frequently at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in New York. TV credits include 30 Rock, Jimmy Fallon, and Nick Jr. Avery recently created the web series One Take Movies for Above Average and wrote for Season 3 of Fuse's Billy On The Street.


"Do's & Don'ts"

Host Neal Brennan gets down and dirty about the "do's and don'ts" of modern morality with author Lisa Birnbach, comedians Donnell Rawlings and Hannibal Buress, British writer and TV host Dawn O'Porter and special guest Amy Poehler.

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"#WorstPeopleEver"

Join host Neal Brennan, special guest Amy Poehler, along with podcaster Mandy Stadtmiller, New York Times contributor Hannah Seligson, and comedians Jim Norton and Rob Delaney as we debate whether or not we are #WorstPeopleEver.

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"Who Died and Made You Cool?"

Host Neal Brennan, writer and actress Naomi Ekperigin, British writer and TV host Dawn O'Porter, New York Times bestselling author Derek Blasberg and CollegeHumor’s Streeter Seidell try to figure out "Who Died and Made You Cool?" with special appearances by Amy Poehler and Eugene Mirman.

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"America's Hall Monitors"

Host Neal Brennan is joined by writer and activist Michaela Angela Davis, transgender porn star Bailey Jay, and comedians Sherrod Small and Judah Friedlander as they discuss topics such as political correctness and double standards.

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"Fame Monster"

Host Neal Brennan, Entertainment Weekly editor Dalton Ross, radio host Frank Decaro, comedian Kurt Metzger, Orange Is the New Black star Jason Biggs and special guest Chris Rock discuss the beast that fame has become, from child stars to reality TV stars.

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"Golden Age of TV"

Host Neal Brennan sits down with Amy Poehler, actress and comedian Whitney Cummings, pop-culture addict and writer Julie Klausner, TV Guide Magazine critic Matt Roush, and Today Show fave Willie Geist to debate what exactly makes this the golden age of television.

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