Hulu to Stream Asian American Stand-Up Series ‘Comedy InvAsian’

Tae Hong
Jul 10,2018
"Comedy InvAsian" (Courtesy photo)"Comedy InvAsian" (Courtesy photo)

“Comedy InvAsian,” a six-part Asian American stand-up series, will stream on Hulu beginning Aug. 1.

Season one features one-hour specials by comedians Paul Kim, Atsuko Okatsuka, Kevin Yee, Joey Guila, Robin Tran and Amy Hill, who all performed inside the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles.

Created by Koji Steven Sakai and Quentin Lee and produced by Viva Pictures, the show celebrates “the talent and comedy of a group of select and diverse Asian American comedians which should provide to be just the tip of the iceberg,” according to its website.

“We are extremely thrilled to be launching this series and are pleased that Hulu understands the impact of the show,” said Victor Elizalde, the series’ producer. “We look forward to the success of Comedy InvAsian and to creating more targeted programming reaching wider audiences.”

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