Dive into the minds of some of the world's funniest people with Kevin Hart in his show, Comedy Gold Minds. From rising stars to comedy legends, Kevin pairs with comedic tastemakers for “ear-opening” dialogue that takes listeners on a wild and crazy ride through some of the world's top comedic minds. From chronicling their comedy club experiences to a sneak peek of their latest material, each episode is packed with punchlines, anecdotes, and inside jokes.
Kevin sits down with comedian and star of the newly released film Easter Sunday, Jo Koy. The two discuss coming up on Chelsea Lately together, proving to his mother that comedy was a real career, and how he gained his confidence as a Filipino comic in America today.
Kevin sits down with comedian Sebastian Maniscalco to talk all things comedy, how he started out in the industry, how his upbringing differed from that of his wife and kids, and how the pandemic influenced his most recent comedy tour.
This week on another brand-new episode of Comedy Gold Minds, Kevin is joined by comedian, actress and podcaster Whitney Cummings. From her experience with Al-Anon to why she sees her energy as currency and her new Netflix special “Jokes”, nothing is off the table in this interview between the two friends.
David A. Arnold
BRAND NEW: Kevin is back and joined by comedian, writer, and actor, David A. Arnold on Comedy Gold Minds this week. The pair talk all things comedy including developing and selling a show together at Hulu, being told he wasn’t marketable by BET, why timing is everything in the entertainment industry, and his new Netflix special “David A. Arnold: It Ain’t for the Weak”.
This week Kevin is joined by comedian, author, and rising superstar Ms. Pat. They discuss everything from her new show, The Ms. Pat Show, to her 20 year journey to where she is in the comedy world now, and how she uses her family and their shared experiences to inform her stand-up routine.
This week Kevin Hart sits down with comedian and host of The Daily Show, Trevor Noah. The two discuss how Trevor was offered the hosting job from Jon Stewart, what it was like to take over as host of such an iconic show, how he started out as a comedian in South Africa, and the comedy formula used by most late night hosts for material.