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Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell is a hit and will be one of the shows that helps launch the Fxx Network this September, along with It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and The League. Season 2 of Totally Biased will also go daily Monday thru Thursday with a “Best of” show on Fridays, continuing to bring a much needed voice of comedy and social-political commentary that stands next shoulder-to-shoulder with The Daily Show and The Colbert Report. To help drum up awareness of the new channel and schedule, Bell and his fellow writers/comics are going on a 10-city tour in July performing live shows around the country starting in Boston, this Thursday July 11. It even includes a stop at The House of Blues in San Diego next week during Comic-Con.
Each show is lot packed full of hot topics discussed regarding race, social issues, discrimination, or just plain silliness. »
- Ernie Estrella
This summer, W. Kamau Bell and writers from Totally Biased will unleash the 10-city Totally Biased Stand Up Tour with W. Kamau Bell. The tour is a tasty appetizer for the September unveiling of Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell as a nightly strip on the new channel, Fxx. From FX The Totally Biased Stand Up Tour will feature standup performance by Bell and a rotating lineup of comics from the Totally Biased writing team, followed by audience Q&As with the performers following each show. Comics participating in the tour include: Kevin Avery, Guy Branum, Janine Brito, Kevin Kataoka, Dwayne Kennedy, Hari Kondabolu, and Aparna Nancherla. Kamau- check out Showtime's Monique Marvez - you need this Latin »
- April Neale
South By Southwest announced its official Comedy line-up Thursday afternoon, and as expected, the Austin-based festival has a strong mix of seasoned performers, up and coming acts and longtime South By favorites.
The full line-up can be found on SXSW's official blog, but some highlights of the programming include performances and/or panels from James Adomian, Fred Armisen, Scott Aukerman, W. Kamau Bell, Matt Besser, Matt Braunger, Michael Cera, Jon Dore, Andres du Bouchet, Josh Fadem, Brett Gelman, Chris Gethard, Tim & Eric, Emily Heller, Moshe Kasher, Robert Kelly, Kyle Kinane, Rob Huebel, Natasha Leggero, Gabe Liedman, Ken Marino, Marc Maron, Eugene Mirman, Eddie Pepitone, Kevin Pollak, Rory Scovel, Sarah Silverman, Jenny Slate, Nick Turner, Aisha Tyler and Reggie Watts. As always, the lineup is subject to change.
Comedy at SXSW spans the entire duration of the festival, from March 9-16. However, the majority of the shows will take place between March 9 and 12.
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- The Huffington Post
3 items from 2013
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