Paste Magazine: “Meet the Contestants on NBC’s Bring The Funny”
Hosted by Amanda Seales and featuring Kenan Thompson, Chrissy Teigen and Jeff Foxworthy as judges, Bring the Funny isn’t just about stand-up—it’ll also include sketch performers and a “variety” section for anybody who doesn’t quite fit anywhere else.
Today we’re announcing the full line-up of contestants, which includes some familiar names to anybody who pays attention to comedy. Take a look below and check out Bring the Funny when it premieres on NBC on Tuesday, July 9….
Icing: Kids These Days Are Taking Sketch Comedy by Storm with A Hot Dog and Smile
Well, folks, I think this moment is worthy of shirts flying and hot dogs being swiftly thrown to the ground. We were lucky enough to have a nice little internet exchange with the hilarious sketch team KIDS THESE DAYS, who you’ve recently seen performing on NBC’s comedy competition series Bring The Funny. They not only cracked the celebrity mugs of judges Kenan Thompson, Jeff Foxworthy, and Chrissy Teigen, but they garnered a standing ovation from the trio…
Syracuse.com/The Post Standard: “Syracuse Native Competes to ‘Bring the Funny; on New NBC TV Show”
A Syracuse native is ready to “Bring the Funny” to a bigger audience.
Maggie Maxwell, a performer in the sketch comedy group Kids These Days, will appear in an episode of NBC’s new comedy competition series “Bring the Funny” on Tuesday, July 23 at 10 p.m. ET. The reality series features stand-up comics, sketch troupes and comedic variety acts competing for a $250,000 prize package that includes a slot at the Just For Laughs 2020 Festival in Montreal….
Syracuse.com/The Post Standard: “Syracuse Native Gets Standing Ovation from Jeff Foxworthy on ‘Bring the Funny’”
Syracuse native Maggie Maxwell is bringing the funny on national television.
Maxwell, a performer in the sketch comedy group Kids These Days, appeared on NBC’s new comedy competition series “Bring the Funny” on Tuesday. The troupe performed a skit about a friend who repeatedly reacts inappropriately to big news, taking off his shirt and throwing hot dogs…
Post and Courier - “Charleston Comedy Festival Include Funny People from ‘Tonight Show,’ ‘Daily Show,’ More”
Performers and comedy ensembles hailing from near and far are descending on the Lowcountry this month with giggle-inducing one-liners, sketches and improv sets to be delivered at the 16th annual Charleston Comedy Festival.
One of many groups performing is Kids These Days, a 10-piece comedy troupe out of New York City….
Austin Chronicle - Are Kids These Days Bringing Laughter to OOB for Love’s Sake"?”
So much talent coming to Austin's Out of Bounds Comedy Festival from all over the country this year. So many troupes – improv and sketch – along with a wealth of solo stand-up artists – just as in all the previous OOB years. And here in 2018, in this very post, we’re highlighting one of the featured acts – that NYC-based troupe called Kids These Days.