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Entertainment Joel Creasey & Nazeem Hussain land Netflix comedy special

00:33  12 july  2018
00:33  12 july  2018 Source:   nowtolove.com.au

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Comedians Joel Creasey and Nazeem Hussain land their own stand up sets on Netflix . Joel Creasey and Nazeem Hussain will be scoring their own 30-minute stand-up specials as part of an “unprecedented” stand-up showcase that will see Netflix release 47 – yes, forty seven – new comedy

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Australian comedian Joel Creasey.© Sam Tabone/WireImage/Getty Images Australian comedian Joel Creasey. Hold on to your hats, because Australian comedians Joel Creasey and Nazeem Hussain are coming to Netflix!

The duo are joining a roster of renowned comedians, including Nicole Byer, Katherine Levac and Have You Been Paying Attention regular Urzila Carlson, for a side-splitting Netflix special.

The streaming service is set to bring together a whopping 47 comedians from 13 regions of the world for an unprecedented stand-up comedy event series.

Each comedian will perform a half-hour stand-up special, with all episodes dropping on the same day.

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Both Joel and Nazeem have landed their own 30 minute sets in a 47-part stand-up comedy event, which is set for release in 2019. Nazeem also announced the happy news to his fans on Instagram, writing: 'Super excited to be filming my stand up special for Netflix in Montreal in a couple of weeks!!'

Australian comedians Joel Creasey and Nazeem Hussain are coming to Netflix ! The streaming service is set to bring together a whopping 47 The streaming service is set to bring together a whopping 47 comedians from 13 regions of the world for an unprecedented stand-up comedy event

Australian comedians Joel Creasey and Nazeem Hussain are coming to Netflix! The streaming service is set to bring together a whopping 47 comedians from 13 regions of the world for an unprecedented stand-up comedy event series.: Joel Creasey & Nazeem Hussain land Netflix comedy special© Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd Joel Creasey & Nazeem Hussain land Netflix comedy special 32 of the 47 comedians will be filmed at the upcoming 'Just for Laughs' festival in Montreal, with sets also being taped in Brazil, Mexico, India, Germany and The Netherlands.

The series will premiere on Netflix in 2019, and with so many big names attached, we're sure to be counting down the days!

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Joel Creasey , Nazeem Hussain , Cal Wilson & Uzila Carlson will feature in a Netflix stand-up comedy series of international acts in 2019. 47 comedians from 13 regions will perform a half-hour stand-up special , some of which will be recorded at the upcoming Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal, with

Joel Creasey and Nazeem Hussain will be scoring their own 30-minute stand-up specials as part of an “unprecedented” stand-up showcase that will see Netflix release 47 – yes, forty seven – new comedy specials on the same day.

"With this event, we're creating a true comedy festival experience for our members where they can scour the globe from home to find some of the freshest voices in comedy."

Nazeem shared his excitement with his Instagram followers, posting a photo with the caption "Super excited to be filming my stand up special for Netflix in Montreal in a couple of weeks!!"

Joel echoed his sentiment with a simple, yet effective, "Well this is exciting."

See the full list of comedians being filmed at the Just For Laughs festival below.

Africa

Loyiso Gola

Loyiso Madinga

Tumi Morake

Riaad Moosa

Australia

Joel Creasey

Nazeem Hussain

Canada

Adib Alkhalidey

François Bellefeuille

Ivan Decker

Louis-José Houde

Katherine Levac

Dave Merheje

Deanne Smith

K. Trevor Wilson

France

Shirley Souagnon

Jason Brokerss

Two additional comedians to be announced

Middle East

Moayad Alnefaie

Adi Khalefa

Rawsan Hallak

Ibraheem Alkhairallah

New Zealand

Urzila Carlson

Cal Wilson

United Kingdom

Nish Kumar

Joel Dommett

Mae Martin

Ellie Taylor

United States

Chris D'Elia

Neal Brennan

Nicole Byer

Nick Swardson

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