The Russell Howard Hour is a satirical comedy show on Sky 1. It follows Russell Howard tackling hard-hitting topics with his unique sense of humour. Its format is quite similar to Russell Howard's Good News that aired on BBC.
Recorded at Brighton Dome as part of his twice extended sell-out Dingledodies tour (which played to over 125,000 people), the show sees the star of Mock the Week (BBC Two) and Russell ... See full summary »
The popular 'Mock the Week' panellist performs live in front of his home crowd in Bristol as part of his 2014 sell-out 'Wonderbox' tour. Russell performs his usual gleefully juvenile brand ... See full summary »
Everyone has different opinions of everything but it is clearer differences in comedy. I love Russell Howard's good news and I really enjoy the humor around current events and the crazy news stories they find. This does not mean in any way you will actually like it. This show is more fitting with younger audiences that can handle a little bit of offensive sex jokes, jokes about the royal family of England and other famous people. A certain grade of tolerance is needed.
If you are a teen or in your twenties you might like it. This is not really recommended for older audiences or people who are too mature to enjoy life. This show may make you laugh until you cry or make you send a complaint to BBC and everything in between. See it and decide for yourself. Personally I can't stop watching it.
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