'Glitter Room': Canadian comedienne Katherine Ryan to offer life lessons in her second stand-up special on Netflix
In 2017, Ryan became the second Canadian comedienne to have a stand-up special released across the globe on Netflix—Jimmy Carr being the first
Canadian comedienne Katherine Ryan's fans had been waiting with bated breath for her to release a new comedy special following her 2017 show 'In Trouble'.
It looks like fans are going to get their wish come July 1, 2019, as it was announced that Ryan is returning to Netflix with her second stand-up special.
A follow-up to her 2017 show, 'Katherin Ryan: Glitter Room' will see her tour across the United Kingdom including a four-week run at London's Garrick Theatre.
'Glitter Room' offers some very important life lessons that were inferred from Ryan's personal life.
After dividing The Belasco Theater audience on their love or dislike of the Kardashians, Katherine showcases her skillful and hilarious storytelling style with tales about following a man to Japan and meeting her daughter's first celebrity crush—Anna Kendrick.
'Glitter Room' was taped in December at The Belasco Theatre in Los Angeles as a part of her tour.
In 2017, Ryan became only the second Canada-based comedienne to have a stand-up special released across the globe on Netflix, Jimmy Carr being the first.
Her tour 'Kathbum' was released as 'In Trouble'.
At the moment, Ryan is also making a six-part sitcom for Netflix called 'The Duchess'. Inspired by her real life, 'The Duchess' is about a fashionably disruptive single mum living in London.
Even as fans were keen for Ryan to return to Netflix, and excited when the teaser was released, many were disappointed with the teaser trailer.
At 41 seconds long, the teaser barely gives any insight into the comedy special.
While this won't affect returning fans much, it may not help when it comes to introducing new viewers to Ryan's comedic setting.
"This trailer does not do her justice. Katherine Ryan is one of the best female comics out today... Sadly, this trailer doesn't give that impression. But take my word for it. She is an excellent stand-up comedian," one fan wrote after the trailer was released. "Seriously, Netflix, it's a teaser for a comedy show. Couldn't they have showcased some of her decent material to entice people?" complained another.
While Netflix has clearly done Ryan injustice by releasing a half-baked trailer, the quality of her comedy speaks for itself.