‘Norm Macdonald Has a Show’ Allows Comedians To Be Themselves, With Vintage Humor

Netflix has a new show called “Norm Macdonald Has a Show”. The program is hosted by the one and only, comedian Norm Macdonald.

The program is everything most shows are not…REAL! So many TV shows have the same cookie cutter approach, with very poor questions like “Hey we should race our pets, what do you think ?” Or “Are you always a picky eater or does it depend on the meal?”

Hosts have become dumber and try to incorporate this weird, unrealistic humor into their interviews. Be courteous to the guest and don’t waste time.

It’s okay to have a dud question but when it’s frequent, there’s an issue. One that no one seems to try to correct. Norm Macdonald has guests on like Judge Judy, David Letterman, Chevy Chase, Drew Barrymore, and David Spade.

Macdonald talks about different topics to give the guests an opportunity to discuss cool moments during the early days of their careers. Norm and his guests also tackle questions regarding the shows they’re apart of.

Norm and the guests not only have a grand ole time, but they also end up educating audiences. Folks can gain a better understanding of what these high-profile celebs are like and what they’ve experienced as entertainers.

Drew Barrymore appeared in episode two of season one. The actress and director discussed her life as a kid and showed a sense of humor. On top of that she talked about how effective human interaction can be.

MacDonald’s show is pure art and his views on life are much appreciated. Humor is all over this program, but it has an abundance of meaning.

The great shows find ways to become original without doing too much. They zero-in on the key details and extract a colorful display of creativity.

“Norm Macdonald Has a Show” has ten episodes out on Netflix.

Norm’s former show (same premise) “Norm Macdonald Live” can be found on YouTube. Guests on the program included Jim Carrey, Tim Allen, and Ray Romano.

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