The highly anticipated season 3 premiere of Just For Laughs: All Access airs tomorrow night at 10ep and rather than visit each of you individually to explain why you should watch it, here’s a handy list for all to enjoy.

1. Accessibility

From a legal standpoint, we can’t call the show “All Access” without giving you a VIP pass to the best galas at last year’s Just For Laughs Festival. You won’t have to worry about getting a good seat because our state-of-the-art cameras were backstage, sidestage and onstage to capture the world’s best comedians doing their thing at Place des Arts and Club Soda in downtown Montreal.

2. Canadianity

The team at Just For Laughs spends the year combing the lush Canadian countryside to find the best homegrown comics to put on display in Montreal. This year’s crop is as strong as a bushel of Saskatchewan wheat and they all put their best jokes forward to maintain Canada’s position as the funniest country in the world.

3. Watchability

We’ve given this season of All Access a plum spot, Saturday nights at 10ep. It’s a great opportunity for you to steal material before you head out into the night wearing your shiniest clothes, ready to impress strangers and friends with your “original” jokes. Plus, every episode and each individual set will be available the following day on for all of you who think TV is passé.

4. Discoverability

Even the biggest comedy nerds probably aren’t familiar with all the comics we shot for the upcoming season, so on any given night you could form a lifelong love affair with one of our premium jokesters. We’ve got a highly diverse group of comics from America, Canada, Ireland, Australia, England, South Africa and probably some countries you’ve never heard of. You’ll see them joke, sing, play instruments, yell, give intimate details into their private lives and generally make fools of themselves JUST FOR LAUGHS (and for you, and themselves because they gotta make a living).


5. Exclusivity

Unless you’ve been ignoring all of life’s responsibilities and hanging around in comedy clubs all year, there’s no other place you’ll see this many renowned comics delivering their best new material. Along with renowned stand-ups, you'll also see mega comedy stars like Andy Samberg, Vanessa Bayer and Broad City doing the things that made them humoungous LIVE. Plus, as a web exclusive, we’ll post one special extended set on each week that you won’t find elsewhere.  

6—84. These People

Andy Samberg, TJ Miller, Kumail Nanjiani, The Lucas Brothers, K Trevor Wilson, Nathan Fielder, Broad City, Sabrina Jalees, Christina Walkinshaw, David O’Doherty, Luisa Omielan, Graham Chittenden, Gabriel Iglesias, Cristela Alonzo, Ryan Hamilton, Angelo Tsarouchas, Joe Matarese, Elon Gold, Nick Offerman, Fortune Feimster, Mark Little, Nick Cody, DJ Demers, Hannibal Buress,  Arthur Simeon, Chris Locke, Paul Varghese, Sara Hennessey, Michael Che, Noel Fielding, Erik Griffin, Fraser Young, Jarred Christmas, DeAnne Smith, Will Weldon, Vanessa Bayer, Iliza Shlesinger, Ron Funches, Ivan Decker, John Vlismas, James Adomian, Bill Burr, Nikki Glaser, Mark Forward, Paul Virzi, Kurt Metzger, Al Madrigal, Todd Barry, Paul F Tompkins, Gina Yashere, Darryl Orr, Matt O’Brien, Darrin Rose, Jim Norton, Joe Mande, Nick Thune, Simon Amstell, Lynne Koplitz, Trixx, Chris D'Elia, Graham Kay, Dave Merheje, Ben Roy, Kelly Taylor, Seaton Smith, Michelle Wolf, Darcy Michael, Debra DiGiovanni, Mike Marino, Leland Klassen, Alex Horne, Jerrod Carmichael, Emily Heller, Sean Cullen, Nathan Macintosh, Abandoman, Mike Delamont and Ralphie May.