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Top Female Stand-Up Comedians on Netflix: Laughter's Best List

In recent times, it feels like the world's emotional barometer has swung more towards 'cloudy with a chance of anxiety' than its usual sunnier disposition. While global events may continue to evolve, one thing remains constant: our undeniable need for hearty laughter and unity. Enter the world of stand-up comedy! If you're on the hunt for some side-splitting humor, we've curated an impeccable 'female comedian list' to light up your days. Dive into some of the best 'stand up comedians on Netflix', particularly the 'female comedian stand-up' specials that are sure to have you in stitches. Because, let's face it, there’s no better time to champion and revel in the genius of these hilarious women!

Watch these talented women comedians perform to boost your mood and have a good laugh.

5 Female Comedian Stand Up Specials: This Female Comedian List Will Have You Laughing for Days

5 Female Comedian Stand Up Specials: This Female Comedian List Will Have You Laughing for Days.

Iliza Shlesinger is a heavy-hitter, with five Netflix comedy specials. She focuses on a variety of relatable topics, such as navigating dating in the digital age, being a millennial, and the best way to eat Sour Patch Kids. Shlesinger also has a podcast where she delves into dating, funny life stories, dog bikinis, and the least offensive ways to break up with a friend. She always adds magic to her performance with hand gestures, voice effects, and characters.

We love supporting her not only for her belly-busting comedy but also for her philanthropy! She has donated money to the USO, Team Rubicon, Cystic Fibrosis, and even donated the proceeds from her limited edition perfume line to the Best Friends Animal Society (we love to see it!).

We recommend: start with Elder Millenial. It covers the 21st-century dilemmas that arise from living as a woman, told in a down-to-earth, hilarious way.

Ali Wong is the mother of all comedians. Not literally, but her standup does focus a lot on the tribulations of motherhood, life as a working mom, and sex in a refreshingly unfiltered way. Wong also includes her roots and infuses her perspective of Asian Culture in her comedy.

Ali Wong’s first two Netflix specials, Baby Cobra and Hard Knock Wife, are both critically acclaimed. In 2019, she released a book titled, Dear Girls, which is a culmination of letters written to her daughters. She discusses how she ‘trapped’ their dad, life as a single person in New York, and her experiences as a woman in comedy.

We recommend: watch Baby Cobra on Netflix first. It’s funny, it’s gross, it’s everything you could want from a comedy special.

If you watched one of America’s most beloved and award-winning comedy shows of all time, The Office, then you’ll know who Mindy Kaling is. In addition to writing 26 episodes of the show, she also starred in her debut role as Kelly Kapoor.

Since then, Mindy Kaling has been unstoppable in writing, producing, and acting in comedy roles across television. Her works include: The Mindy Project, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Never Have I Ever, and many more. Kaling is also an author of four hilarious novels and several more ebooks.

We recommend: anything!

Standup comedian and actress Tiffany Haddish saw fame in her breakout role in the film Girl’s Trip and has been one of the leading women of comedy ever since. There’s a reason for that, with her bold humor, relatable life stories, and unparalleled facial expressions. Haddish shares her turmoils and triumphs in relationships, being cheated on, body image, life as a Jewish black woman, and more.

She’s funny, a little raunchy, and often includes stories featuring her celebrity friends. Tiffany Haddish recently released a book about her hard time growing up and the events that led to her comedy career.

We recommend: Black Mitzvah on Netflix.

If you have a quirky, deadpan sense of humor, Maria Bamford is your comedian. She jokes about her own experiences with anxiety and depression, which has brought more mental health awareness to the world of comedy. She also talks about her dysfunctional family dynamic growing up and uses character voices to do impressions in her comedy.

Maria Bamford has starred in many shows, as well as voice acted in several cartoons. Her latest project is a web series titled, What’s Your Ailment, in which she discusses mental health with fellow comedians and artists.

We recommend: The Special Special Special, it gives you a clear idea of Maria Bamford’s unique style.

To Conclude

It’s not always easy to laugh, but we hope that the comedians listed above will get you there. Laughter is a valuable part of life, and these comedians have worked hard in their craft to bring more laughter to you. If you’re looking for more funny stories, check out these blog posts.

Author: Lauren Jackson

Lauren is a freelance copywriter, video editor, and business coach! She enjoys spending time with her dog and starting new projects.


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