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  • Summary: Michelle Wolf (The Daily Show writer/contributor and a writer on Late Night With Seth Meyers) tries her hand at hosting a weekly half-hour talk show on Netflix.
  • Genre(s): Comedy, Talk & Interview, News
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  1. Jul 18, 2018
    10
    Michelle Wolf is the best female comic right now , she reflects liberal humor and is not scared to tell it how it is , the haters who dontMichelle Wolf is the best female comic right now , she reflects liberal humor and is not scared to tell it how it is , the haters who dont like her are republicans , rednecks religious people, people who are clueless about humor and female haters .
    she has gust , she has an awesome voice my only problem with the show is the DJ , its a weird concept , who needs djs these days !
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  2. Jun 4, 2018
    8
    So yes Michelle Wold is well aware that her voice is likely to incite panic attacks in the elderly and most small animals but if you can pastSo yes Michelle Wold is well aware that her voice is likely to incite panic attacks in the elderly and most small animals but if you can past that its actually pretty funny.

    Two episodes in its still finding its feet but Michelle's self aware awkwardness works to my sense of humor, its the first time in a long times I have actually chortled out loud at something. The mix and match of stand up, variety and sketches works better than I thought it would.

    Look its certainly not going to appeal to everyone, you will know inside of an episode whether its for you or not but please be an adult and dont bash it because it doesnt suit your politics.
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  3. May 30, 2018
    2
    First off, I don't have a problem with any of the material or topics, I just didn't find the show to be funny at all. The humor wasn't there.First off, I don't have a problem with any of the material or topics, I just didn't find the show to be funny at all. The humor wasn't there. I'm not sure if that falls on the format, the writing, or the delivery, but something isn't working. Michelle Wolf definitely had some heat coming off the Correspondents Dinner, but it seems she is cooling quickly. She is definitely NOT John Oliver, or Samantha Bee... Expand
  4. Jun 1, 2018
    0
    How did Michelle Wolf get a show? Netflix seems to be scraping the bottom of the barrel for content. And how does a person that looks likeHow did Michelle Wolf get a show? Netflix seems to be scraping the bottom of the barrel for content. And how does a person that looks like that make fun of anyone's looks? Regardless of your politics... she just isn't funny. But even if she was it would be really hard to watch the show because that voice of hers makes your ears bleed. Expand
  5. Jun 3, 2018
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    I would rather snort fire ants than listen to another second of this harpy's shrill voice. Maybe you could suffer through it if she actuallyI would rather snort fire ants than listen to another second of this harpy's shrill voice. Maybe you could suffer through it if she actually made jokes or was funny in the slightest. Expand
  6. Jul 2, 2018
    0
    Vulgar, immature and completely devoid of humor. Ms Wolf is no more entertaining than an adolescent girl in juvenile detention.
  7. Jun 6, 2018
    0
    Where is the funny? Sooo disappointing! Just a bunch of bullying comments!

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