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How to Watch Chris Fleming: Hell on Peacock
The “Showpig” returns with a new stand-up special.
Chris Fleming: Hell, the new stand-up special from the absurdly hilarious and shockingly limber comedian, is available to stream on Peacock starting Friday, Aug 18.
What Is Chris Fleming: Hell About?
Filmed live at Dynasty Typewriter in Los Angeles, Chris Fleming: Hell follows Fleming’s cloven-hooved 2018 stand-up special Showpig. Punctuated by flailing acrobatics, Hell is an hourlong reflection on topics like Irish Catholic culture, therapy, Phil Collins, cornhole, and the mystical allure of the Nissan Cube. With musical numbers, brand ambassadorship, and an appearance from a previously unknown species of cryptid, Chris Fleming’s Hell is a bizarre yet wonderful place to visit.
Watch the trailer below:
Why Should I Watch Chris Fleming: Hell?
A self-described “American Girl Doll that got left out in the rain,” Fleming is the auteur behind viral songs like “Boba Manifesto” and “I’m Afraid to Talk to Men” as well as the wildly popular YouTube series “Gayle,” which amassed more than 50 million views. While his online comedy is pure gold, Fleming’s onstage antics — which make excellent use of his curly hair — must be seen to be believed.
How Do I Stream Chris Fleming: Hell?
Chris Fleming: Hell is available to stream on Peacock starting Friday, Aug 18.