TV Guide Network reveals upcoming lineup for their all-female stand-up comedy series

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In March, the TV Guide Network announced its upcoming show Standup in Stilettos, a new stand-up showcase series hosted by The Office co-star Kate Flannery (above), for 10 episodes. The series will feature female comedians exclusively.

“StandUp in Stilettos will offer viewers fresh comedy programming with some of the best-known celebrities in Hollywood today, as well as up-and-coming talent,” says TV Guide Network chairman Allen Shapiro. Today the network announced that the episode count has been bumped from 10 to 12, and they also revealed the list of featured comedians, which you can see below:

Carol Leifer
Mary Lynn Rajskub
Wendy Liebman
Arden Myrin
Tammy Pescatelli
Erin Foley
Rachel Feinstein
Lynne Koplitz
Katie Cazorla
Gina Yashere
Sarah Tiana
Maria Bamford
Jamie Lee
Erin Jackson
Helen Hong
Lisa Landry
Eleanor Kerrigan
Kelly MacFarland
Bernadette Pauley
Paula Bel
Erica Watson
Felicia Michaels
Kira Soltanovich
Alycia Cooper
Jessica Kirson
Ms Pat
Lisa Sunstedt
Lisa Alvarado
Christina Pazsitzky
Sherry Davey
Marianne Sierk
B Phlat
Jade Catta Preta
Michelle Buteau

Catch the premiere of Standup in Stilettos June 16 at 10 pm ET on the TV Guide Network. Every Saturday, two back-to-back half-hour episodes will premiere.

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  • michele balan

    I was overlooked too.. and I was on the TV guide channel and cohosted when I was on Last comic standing.. I would even wear a nice pump for it!

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  • Kablooey

    I was feeling crappy to be overlooked until I remembered I don’t own stilettos. And don’t do standup. Still, never hurts to have another reason for self-loathing.

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