Behind every joke, there is a story. Hannah Gadsby’s award winning “Nanette” comes to Netflix June 19.

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Hannah Gadsby: Nanette | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix



  1. Please stop calling this stand up. And her saying she’s going to “Quit comedy” is like me quitting the NBA.

    It’s a one woman show with a good bit of narcissism thrown in. If it’s your thing, cool. But if this is all we can laugh at now, it explains this toilet of a country a great deal.

  2. This trailer so radically fails to capture the special whilst perfectly encapsulating it. I don’t even know how. This trailer was painful but the special is… a different kind of painful, in a good way.

  3. You know it's been kinda hard being a woman, and then dressing like a man, and then being mistaken for a man. That's kinda messed up if you think about it. — Kevin Tienken said it best.

  4. People saying "not funny" basically didn't get what she tried to express in this whole hour. This is more than a stand-up comedy. Much respect for her to bravely talk about her story. And yes, she made me laugh. And made me cry. And made me think.

  5. I LOVED it! I cried and laughed but what was said in there is so much truth to it. Thanks Hannah for being brave and telling us your story…it is in safe hands here <3


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