Comedian Bert Kreischer released a new comedy special on Netflix at the very beginning of the pandemic — Hey Big Boy. With a mastery bit that leads up to the comedy special’s title, it rules. Bert is a hard-working quality MACHINE, so leave it in the meantime to the finest of Florida State to churn out another Netflix series.
And it looks exactly like what kind of stupid fun TV America needs right now.
It sounds like a nice cabin and it looks like it’s just out of Los Angeles, around Big Bear, in the mountains, but that’s neither here nor there. However, that’s not some Gwyneth Paltrow-style mind-and-soul snake oil. Bert is joined by a group of comedians and types of the entertainment industry to do things for mountain people, outdoors, and more. Kreischer’s friends, including Tom Segura, Joey Diaz, Donnell Rawlings, Gabriel Iglesias, Nikki Glaser, Ms. Pat, Fortune Feimster, are among the five-episode docuseries that comes out on October 13.
Watch cleverly prevent Caitlyn Jenner from spilling Kardashian goss.
In an exclusive clip of Netflix’s new documentary series The Cabin With Bert Kreischer, Caitlyn Jenner dodges strays from the comedian Bert Kreischer. Bert Kreischer needs a break, so in his new documentary series, The Cabin With Bert Kreischer, the veteran comic drags his celebrity friends away from their privilege and into the wilderness.
Oh, don’t worry, it’s not the next Saw. Each of the season’s five episodes attempts to show Kreischer learning to bond with the outdoors as he humiliates himself and his friends. Caitlyn Jenner and comedian Nikki Glaser show up shooting bows and arrows in episode 2, and they also try their hand at lassoing a log in an EW exclusive clip from the episode. Everything while trying to avoid at once spilling all the celebrity goss.
When Glaser and Jenner begin coming up with ideas for a Dream Catchers social media campaign, Jenner gets another chance to burst the tea gates open on the Kardashian family. In earnest. “In my family, when it comes to Instagram, I’m no one,” Jenner says. Kreischer adds, “No s-!,” while tripping on his lasso.