Sam Morril: You've Changed on Prime Video.

This Week In Comedy: Sam Morril Makes His Prime Video Debut With His Sixth Special, "You've Changed"

This Week In Comedy: Sam Morril returns with his awaited new stand-up special & Prime Video debut, You've Changed. The new special, which follows his 2022 acclaimed hour Same Time Tomorrow on Netflix, finds the fast rising NY comic riffing on his experiences about the worst person he's ever dated, the challenges of aging, and his take on various topics from cable news to the dangers of social media.

Also heading to Prime Video this week is the return of the cult animated comedy flick in series form from Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg in Sausage Party: Foodtopia. The new show's installment sees the characters Frank, Brenda, Barry, and Sammy breaking free from the supermarket as they try to build their own food society.

Continuing on the television front: Sal Vulcano, Brian Quinn & James Murray, together as Impractical Jokers, are back with the 11th season of their hit series on their new home at TBS. In this record breaking new season, "the Jokers’ side-splitting antics are taken to staggering new heights, from a pizza shop mishap with Brooke Shields and an unforgettable dance party hosted by ‘NSYNC’s Joey Fatone to an NCAA March Madness takeover that goes wrong. The new episodes will also feature celebrity guest appearances from comedians Roy Wood Jr., Richard Kind, Joe DeRosa, AEW’s John Silver, and more."

In addition to Morril's new comedy special, there's plenty more to catch wherever you stream comedy. Hannah Berner's debut special, We Ride At Dawn, premieres on Netflix. Emily James' new special Late To The Party releases via Comedy Dynamics. From 800 Pound Gorilla this week, Jen Fulwiler's new special Maternal Instinct makes its YouTube debut, Francisco Ramos premieres his new special Venezuela'Merican on YouTube, & Australian comic Josh Glanc premieres his new special Vrooom Vrooom also on YouTube.

Finally: all of the late night hosts are back this week after the Fourth of July break. The new documentary surrounding Louis C.K., Sorry/Not Sorry, releases. And the new romantic comedy, Fly Me To The Moon, starring Channing Tatum, Scarlett Johansson, Ray Romano & Woody Harrelson, opens in theaters.


  • Television: Adam Scott on Jimmy Kimmel Live! with guest host Kathryn Hahn
  • Television: Baron Vaughn, Rory Scovel, & Rhys Darby on After Midnight With Taylor Tomlinson



  • Stand-Up: Adam Hunter releases his new comedy album, No Direction, via 800 Pound Gorilla
  • Television: Keith Robinson on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
  • Television: Seth Rogen on Jimmy Kimmel Live! with guest host Kathryn Hahn
  • Television: Whoopi Goldberg on Late Night With Seth Meyers
  • Television: Chrissy Teigen, Adam Pally, & Sandy Honig on After Midnight With Taylor Tomlinson



  • Stand-Up: Katie Bowman releases her new comedy album, Neurodivergent Nightmare, via Burn This Records
  • Movies: The new Louis C.K. documentary, Sorry/Not Sorry, opens in select theaters & VOD
  • Movies: Fly Me To The Moon opens in theaters
  • Television: Exploding Kittens premieres on Netflix


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