Are you ready to join Marc Maron, the remarkable stand-up comedian, on his fifth comedy special, Marc Maron: From Bleak to Dark, this February on HBO?
The streaming platform recently shared the official trailer for the special, revealing that it will be the first Maron project to be filmed before a live audience.
Marc Maron: From Bleak to Dark joins other special projects from the comedian, such as End Times Fun (2020), Marc Maron: Too Real (2017), More Later (2015), and Thinky Pain (2013).
What Will ‘Marc Maron: From Bleak to Dark’ Be About?
While Marc Maron has done several stand-up comedies, there is something special about his fifth. Maron will use his unmatchable skills to deliver matters of anti-Semitism, faith, and aging before a live audience. For the first time, the American comedian will also open up about his girlfriend’s sudden death in 2020.
Sometimes, life hits us with challenges that no one wishes to discuss, including complicated parent-child relationships. Hearing someone else’s stories, even better through rib-wrecking jokes, makes you realize that you aren’t alone, and that’s why we have Marc Maron.
What’s in the Trailer for ‘Marc Maron: From Bleak to Dark’?
It’s been four days since HBO uploaded the official trailer for Marc Maron: From Bleak to Dark. The preview is tagged with the caption, “His happy place is darker than most.”
The trailer starts with Maron presenting the hopeless side of his life in the funniest way possible.
You can only wait until the show officially launches to understand why the audience keeps laughing so hard.
Who are the Creators of ‘Marc Maron: From Bleak to Dark’?
From Bleak to Dark is chiefly produced by Maron alongside Kelly Van Valkenburg and David Martin.
The special is a production of Avalon with Steven Feinartz as the director. Maron wrote and performed Marc Maron: From Bleak to Dark singlehandedly.
When is ‘Marc Maron: From Bleak to Dark’ Coming Out?
Marc Maron: From Bleak to Dark will premiere on Saturday, February 11 as an HBO original. The stand-up comedy special will be available on HBO and HBO Max per their prevailing streaming charges.
HBO and HBO Max charge $9.99 and $15.99 for monthly ad-supported and ad-less streaming plans.