Bob Saget’s raunchy new comedy special opens on November 14

levelFILM announced today that it has signed an exclusive output deal with Comedy Dynamics, the largest independent comedy production and distribution company in North America. The Toronto-based independent film distributor will distribute much of Comedy Dynamics’ current and future slate in Canada.

One of the first premiere titles will be Bob Saget’s upcoming stand-up special Zero to Sixty, filmed live in Williamsburg, Brooklyn at the Music Hall, will premiere on Canadian VOD and Digital platforms nationwide on November 14.

Bob Saget’s upcoming stand-up special Zero to Sixty, filmed live in Williamsburg, Brooklyn at the Music Hall, will premiere on Canadian VOD and Digital platforms nationwide on November 14. The raunchy new special has Saget picking up where he left off in his previous specials That’s What I’m Talking About  andThat Ain’t Right, and continues his unfiltered brand of comedy that makes it hard to remember his days onAmerica’s Funniest Home Videos and Full House. Zero to Sixty has Saget reflecting on his career in show business in hilarious detail describing when he first learned what sex was, the time he lost his mojo, and the strange reason he’s scared of doves.
“I’m excited to bring our titles to Canada with levelFILM, and look forward to what the future of our partnership will bring,” said Brian Volk-Weiss, CEO of Comedy Dynamics.

The partnership will see levelFILM releasing 3 to 5 titles per month, and in addition to stand-up specials, will include independent film and television acquisitions that Comedy Dynamics has recently begun to license, including all 5 seasons of their original series Coming to The Stage, the documentary Doug Stanhope Presents: The Unbookables and the award-winning comedy film Chee & T.

“Comedy Dynamics are the best in the business in bringing premiere comedy specials to market and knowing who viewers want to see,” said David Hudakoc, managing partner of levelFILM. “We are thrilled to be bringing their unique brand of titles to Canadian audiences.”

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