This week, Sara and Nikki are joined by Sara’s comedian, documentarian, vocabularian beau Scott Moran to brainstorm Halloween costumes clever enough for national TV. After a sobering foray into tragedy and inspiration, the gang lightens up towards the end with talk of drugs, cheese, and other addicting habits.
Nikki and Sara are hosting a night of stand-up at the Gramercy Theatre on November 8th for the New York Comedy Festival. They’ll fill you in on the full lineup soon, but really, what else do you need. Get yr tix here.
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The New Yorker has a new article out today called "How Podcasts Conquered Comedy," an in-depth history of how the newish medium has changed the comedy landscape and the careers of standups like Marc Maron, Nikki Glaser, and more.
Co-created and co-hosted by standups Nikki Glaser and Sara Schaefer, MTV's late night talk show Nikki & Sara Live debuted its second season late last month. The series is a mix of topical jokes, sketches, on the street bits, and celebrity interviews that quickly found an audience and earned a renewal from the network after premiering this spring. I recently had the chance to speak with Glaser and Schaefer about the new season, how they go about hiring writers, and why they're not doing their show live anymore.
MTV's weekly late night show, Nikki & Sara Live, is set to debut its second season tonight at 11. Hosted by comedians Nikki Glaser and Sara Schaefer, the series aired its first season in January and was quickly renewed for a second run of 12 episodes. For those unfamiliar with Nikki & Sara Live, the show is hosted from a Times Square studio by the two standups and features a mix of pop culture jokes, sketches, man on the street bits, and a celebrity interview in each episode.
Check out a sketch from season one below: