Jim Gaffigan is bringing his fifth stand up special to Netflix on Tuesday January 10th. Titled Cinco (that means five for those of you who can’t count past three in Spanish), the special was directed and executive-produced by his wife Jeannie Gaffigan. And the new special is just one piece of the Jim Gaffigan pie. Just last year, he wrapped his excellent TV Land series because he wanted time for other pursuits and now we see why! In addition to Cinco, he has been touring on his “Fully Dressed” international tour, he opened for the Pope last year, he was also recently announced as a co-star of season 3 of FX’s phenom series Fargo, and he’s going to be appearing in six major movies coming out this year- Chappaquiddick, Drunk Parents, The Bleeder, Guardian Brothers, and Duck Duck Goose.
Gaffigan’s prior specials, Obsessed (2014), Mr. Universe (2012), King Baby (2009) and Beyond The Pale (2006) are classics, he’s an author with two bestselling books and we can’t wait to check out Cinco.
Watch the preview and set a date to watch Cinco, on January 10.
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