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Amy Schumer: Comedy Central’s New Show ‘Inside Amy Schumer’ Is A Hit

Wed, May 1, 2013 9:25am EDT by 6 Comments
Inside Amy Schumer Review
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Amy’s new show premiered on April 30, and while it’s hilariously funny, it certainly pushes the boundaries on all things sex, relationships and race. Are you a fan?

Amy Schumer, who placed fourth in the fifth season of NBC’s Last Comic Standing and is best known as a staple on the Comedy Central Roast scene, has made her first foray into series television with Inside Amy Schumer. The series, which premiered on April 30, brought all kinds of raunch in the series’ first episode, and it’s wickedly funny. If you’re not watching yet, you ought to be!

‘Inside Amy Schumer’: Review Roundup

In one particular scene, Amy drags her friends to O’Nutters, the male equivalent of Hooters, where the guys wear crotch-hugging outfits. (You can watch the scene below!)

Amy’s new show is a mix of traditional stand-up comedy, sketches and on-the-street interviews that produces genuine laughs. And other media outlets agree!

Zap2it says, “Schumer shines in the moments that allow her to be herself, as in the very funny segments on the streets of New York City or her interview with a random model.”

The Hollywood Reporter says, “In its scripted segments, the series is stylishly produced, and its wit is dry while its tone is bubbly. Not every segment is a hit, but the ones that are deserve to be quoted, repeated and discussed.”

Entertainment Weekly says, “There’s something communal about Schumer’s approach to comedy. It’s not just about punchlines. It’s about conversations. And she makes the women around her seem funnier, just by letting them in on the joke.”

What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Are you a fan of Amy Schumer’s new show?

WATCH: Inside Amy Schumer: Lunch at O’Nutters
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