Anyone who follows Jen Kirkman knows that the comic has a lot to say. Whether the topic is politics, feminism or the occasional existential crisis, Kirkman is never short on words, words that are measured, convincing, and absolutely hilarious. The comic has amassed a sizable following on Twitter sharing those thoughts, and demonstrated with her last special, I’m Gonna Die Alone (And I Feel Fine), that she can deliver a bitingly clever, fiery rant with the best of them. She’s really come into her own, and looks to be continuing that trend with her newest outing.
In the trailer for Kirkman’s new Netflix special Just Keep Livin’?, releasing worldwide on January 3rd, it appears that Kirkman is in peak form. She takes to the stage with a presence all her own, and charms the crowd with her unique mix of vulnerability and assuredness. She tackles various topics in the trailer, from catcalling and ISIS to meditation and questioning one’s reality. Yeah, she’s all over the place, and that’s why Kirkman’s great.
Check out the trailer below!
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