Starring and hosted by Adam Devine ("Workaholics"), each episode of "Adam Devine's House Party" features scripted storylines and stand-up segments, and hosts an exciting lineup of up-and-coming talent.
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 Flasher Girl in Intro (10 episodes, 2014)
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Starring and hosted by Adam Devine ("Workaholics"), each episode of "Adam Devine's House Party" features scripted storylines and stand-up segments, and hosts an exciting lineup of up-and-coming talent.

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Worth watching for the stand-up
10 September 2016 | by (Virginia) – See all my reviews

"Adam Devine's House Party" has, if nothing else, an original concept. Hosted by Devine (playing an exaggerated version of himself), the show has an interesting if only semi-successful format: each week, Devine is joined by three different comedians who, in between performing their real stand-up routines, participate in a scripted wraparound story that takes place at one of Devine's parties. Occasionally, the scripted material works, though a lot of the scenes feel like filler that was thought of just before shooting. The show is really just an excuse to showcase the talent of up-and-coming comedians, and on that level the show succeeds. The stand-up routines on the show are rarely unfunny. The sets might not always be hilarious, but they are almost always at least enjoyable to watch. At at time when there seems to be less and less shows that showcase new stand-up comedy, "Adam Devine's House Party" seems more in line with the Comedy Central programming of yesteryear than it does its current crop of shows. Although there are definite shades of "Workaholics" at times due to the presence of Devine, this doesn't feel like any other comedy show on cable. If the scripted material was stronger, "Adam Devine's House Party" could easily become something great. For now, its just a decent show with some great stand-up bits. 6/10


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