John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show: Comedian Marc Maron to Appear Friday

Comedy Central better lock the gates, because Marc Maron is coming their way. The comedian is slated to appear on Friday's episode of John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show, alongside Leo Allen, Sheng Wang, and Al Jackson. 

A preview of Maron's stand-up routine on Friday's show (episode 6 of season 3, for those of you keeping count) features the comedian describing how he almost died on a plane -- in his mind. You can head over to Comedy Central's website to watch the preview there.

Maron is most famous for his twice-weekly podcast, WTF with Marc Maron, in which he interviews various comedians. WTF, which has been consistently ranked as one of the most-downloaded podcasts on iTunes, reached its 300th episode milestone on Monday. John Oliver appeared in the show's 298th episode on July 19. Previous guests of Maron's have included Louis C.K., Zach Galifianakis, Nick Offerman, Bob Odenkirk, Stephen Merchant, David Cross, Joel McHale, and Michael Cera.You can check out the website for WTF here.

Maron previously appeared on John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show back in its first season in 2010. He is also slated to appear later in the third season of FX's comedy series Louie, which stars Maron's friend Louis C.K.

Previous guests of John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show include Eugene Mirman, Hari Kondabolu, Brian Posehn, Kristen Schaal, Maria Bamford, David Koechner, and the Daily Show's Al Madrigal.

The episode of John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show featuring Marc Maron will air on Friday, August 3 at 11/10c on Comedy Central.


- Comedy Central
- Marc Maron
- John Oliver's New York Stand-up Show

Written by: mcpherson
Jul 31st, 2012, 12:00 pm

Related news

Comedy Central Are Developing Jamie Denbo & Kerri Kenney - Silver Comedy

Comedy Central have announced that they are picking up Rabbit Hole, a..

John Oliver's Cult Podcast "The Bugle" Pulled By The Times?

The Bugle, the audio newspaper for a visual world, has been pulled by The..

Stephen Colbert Offers $500k for State Primary

Stephen Colbert wants to use his celebrity status for his home state South..