Ian Edwards stars in all new Comedy Central hour special


The Second of Three One-Hour Stand-Up Specials to Air on Comedy Central
Under Previously Announced Deal Between All Things Comedy and Comedy Central

Available in the Comedy Central App, on CC.com, and on On-Demand July 13

"Bill Burr Presents IanTalk: Ideas Not Worth Spreading,"  the second of three All Things Comedy produced specials previously announced by Comedy Central, premieres July 12 at midnight ET/PT on Comedy Central.

In "IanTalk: Ideas Not Worth Spreading," Ian Edwards gives his own edgy twist on a traditional TedTalk.

He shares his thoughts on abortion, Harriet Tubman, and why he refuses to learn to swim for his own safety.

Through his authentic balance of charm and self-deprecating humor, he’s able to dive into the intricacies of life, success, and dating with a relatable and refreshing twist.

Leading up to the on-air premiere, the Comedy Central Stand-Up YouTube channel, Comedy Central Stand-Up social-media accounts, and the CC App will feature clips from the special.

Fans can follow Edwards on Twitter at @IanEdwardsComic and Comedy Central Stand-Up at @standup to join the social conversation around the special (#BillBurrPresents).

Ian Edwards is a stand-up comedian whose topical and culturally relevant content can be heard on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast and The Adam Carolla Show podcast.

He was a co-producer on HBO's "Crashing" and Co-Producer on Netflix's "Friends From College" on which he also played 'Skull.'

Edwards wrote the successful "UnderCover Brother 2" for Universal and Netflix.

He has written for hit comedies such ABC’s "Black-ish," NBC’s "The Carmichael Show" and CBS’ "Two Broke Girls."

Ian’s comedy debut, 100% Half Assed, was released under Conan O’Brien’s Team Coco Records.

He is a regular on Conan and, previously, @midnight.

Other successes include widely popular Tangerine which premiered at Sundance in 2015.

Most recently, he can be seen on Comedy Central’s "The New Negroes with Baron Vaughn" and "Open Mike Eagle."

Ian Edwards, Bill Burr and Mike Bertolina of "All Things Comedy" are Executive Producers.

Anne Harris and Ryan Moran are the Executives in Charge of Production for Comedy Central.