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From shows to movies, here are the best new comedies for late-night laughs.
We know your movie nights are precious.
Don’t spoil the evening with a movie or show that will disappoint you.
Instead, hit a quick toke and head back to the couch for a hilarious evening of laughs and thrills.
We’ve picked out the top new comedies on Netflix this month to help make the most of your evening.
Canadian actor Mike Myers returns after a decade off-camera in his new Netflix series, The Pentaverate.
Catch Myers plays about seven different characters alongside other familiar faces like Keegan-Michael Key and Ken Jeong.
The series is based around the oldest secret society in history, but the only difference is… they’re nice.
Ever wonder what a movie set looked like during the age of the COVID-19 pandemic?
You can sort of find out in Judd Apatow’s new Netflix movie, The Bubble.
This hilarious satire flick features renowned actors like Fred Armisen, Iris Apatow, Keegan-Michael Key, Maria Bakalova, Leslie Mann, Kate McKinnon, and more.
This isn’t really a comedy, but Howie Mandel will make you laugh your ass off.
In this new game show, Mandel takes contestants through several tough questions. Instead of being disqualified if they get it wrong, judges have to guess if the contestant’s reasoning behind their answer is believable or bullshit.
Watch as contestants lie like no tomorrow to questions they’ve never heard of. Bullshit is available now on Netflix.
That’s right, the Belcher family is back and better than ever in their own movie.
If you love watching the burger-making family on their hit show, Bob’s Burgers, watch as they take summer by the horns in their new movie.
It will be available on streaming platforms on May 27.
Who doesn’t love Tyler Perry’s sassy character Madea?
This time around, he brings the beloved character back after retiring her in A Madea Family Funeral.
She hits up her great grandson’s graduation from college. Similar to most Madea franchise films, expect secrets revealed, insane hiccups, and a whole lot of laughs. The film is currently available on Netflix.
Watch as a pair of musically-challenged high school students team up for the upcoming Battle of The Bands.
This film is directed by Game of Thrones co-creator D.B. Weiss. When the boys get ridiculed for not being a “real band,” they search for a bass player. When they find out the new kid is a cello player, they invite her to join the band and prepare for the big event.
Rebel Wilson returns to the big screen in this knee-slapping Netflix film. After living life as a popular high school cheerleader, Wilson suffers a dramatic accident and wakes up 20 years later as a grown woman looking for the prom queen crown.
The movie features Alicia Silverstone, Zoë Chao, Justin Hartley, Angourie Rice, and more. Senior Year will be available on Netflix on May 13.
Your local grocery store might carry your favorite movie munchies.
But any stoner can agree that making your own from scratch brings a sense of accomplishment. Plus, the added THC content in this delicious recipe below is a huge bonus.
If you love whipping it up in the kitchen, try our THC Fudgy Brownies recipe infused with cannabutter. Not sure how to make cannabutter? Click here.
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