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I’M Dying Up Here

Finde hier alle Details zur 2 Staffeln und 20 Folgen von I'm Dying Up Here sowie News und Videos. Zusammenfassung: Los Angeles ist in den 70er-Jahren. I'm Dying Up Here Staffel 1 Episodenguide: Wir fassen schnell & übersichtlich alle Folgen der 1. Staffel von I'm Dying Up Here für Dich zusammen. Hier findest​. Die großen Pay- und Streaming-Anbieter haben das Comedy-Genre für sich entdeckt. Die neue Sky-Serie "I'm Dying Up Here" porträtiert die.

I'm Dying Up Here

Humor und Verzweiflung: Die Serie „I'm Dying Up Here“ handelt von den Ursprüngen der Comedy, die heute jeder aus dem Fernsehen kennt. I'm Dying Up Here ist eine US-amerikanische Dramedy-Serie, die im Los Angeles der er Jahre angesiedelt ist und von der Stand-up-Szene jener Zeit​. Aufstrebende Comedians versuchen, in der Stand-up-Szene im Los Angeles der er Jahre groß herauszukommen. Sie fühlen sich dazu berufen, Menschen zum Lachen zu bringen, obwohl ihnen selbst oft gar nicht zum Lachen zumute ist.

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I'm Dying Up Here allows us to spend pages in the company of the great s comedians, from Dave and Jay to Richard, Robin, Andy, and many more. I would have preferred more time on the comics' antics and less on The Comedy Store strike, but that's a minor quibble for such a soul-satisfying reading experience.4/5. I'm Dying Up Here: Heartbreak and High Times in Stand-Up Comedy's Golden Era Paperback – May 23, by William K Knoedelseder Jr (Author) out of 5 stars ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. /5().

Title: I'm Dying Up Here — Set in the celebrated and infamous L. The series is based on William Knoedelseder's book of the same name.

I truly do not understand all the negativity and one star reviews of this show. I don't write a lot of reviews, but felt compelled to when I saw the low rating and negative reviews.

There's only 2 episodes at the time of this review, but I really enjoyed the writing, acting and overall feel of the show.

It's not a sitcom, folks. There are serious moments and situations. That said, there were many laugh out loud moments and I have thoroughly enjoyed what I have seen so far.

Melissa Leo as Goldie delivers a stand out performance. Several reviewers complain about the seventies costuming and sets being over the top.

I grew up in the seventies and I think it's spot on and I love the look of the show. Ignore the one star reviews and give it a try. I'm really glad I didn't let the 6.

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Retrieved May 8, Retrieved May 15, Retrieved May 22, Retrieved May 30, Retrieved June 5, Retrieved June 12, I found this book fascinating and thoroughly enjoyably.

Sep 27, Geoffrey Kleinman rated it really liked it. This is the book that the Shotime series of the same name is based on.

That series is a fictionalization of the book, but the book is actually non-fiction and it tells the story of the comedy explosion of the 70's and 80's.

The book is well written and flows between narrative and oral history really well. The first half of the book is the stronger half as it follows many of the threads that lead to the careers of Jay Leno, David Letterman, Richard Pryor, Robin Williams and especially Richard Lewi This is the book that the Shotime series of the same name is based on.

The first half of the book is the stronger half as it follows many of the threads that lead to the careers of Jay Leno, David Letterman, Richard Pryor, Robin Williams and especially Richard Lewis.

If the book were to really have a main character it's Richard Lewis and his story really intersects with many of the different branches of what happened in NY and LA at the Improv and Comedy Store.

The second half of the book gets really caught up with the quazi-union of comedians and their struggle with Mitzy Shore and the Comedy Store. The conflict is important, but it dominates the narrative so strongly it eclipses many of the individual comics narratives.

I listened to the Audiobook version of this book, which is well narrated by William Dufris, who does a good job keeping the comic timing from the sections of the book which are taken from the oral history.

If you are interested in this topic, I solidly recommend this book I don't what I was expecting other than MORE. It wasn't dishy enough for me, although the stories he did tell were good.

I guess I was hoping to know how difficult living was for these people, how having their day jobs interfered with their writing, or helped it.

I have been watching the TV series and I liked it, but I'm sure that's because the stories are being embellished a little. There wasn't enough substance here.

Interesting, as far as it goes Very well reported. A detailed history of the comedians' strike. But there was not a lot of fleshing out of the comedians as individuals.

I also would have loved to see the comedians' strike and the idea of working for free at a showcase compared to current ideas about interning and working for free for exposure.

Sep 12, Jerry Rocha rated it it was amazing. A must read for anyone who is or was a Stand-Up Comedian, and a great read for anyone who may want to know what misery and insecurity comedians go through.

Aug 23, Logan Noble rated it really liked it. This is a interesting window into what sounded like a wild time in that explosive age of comedy.

Sep 25, Marie Fouhey rated it liked it. Interesting book when it talks about the comedians, but the details of the walk out at The Comedy Store didn't interest me as much as the early sections.

Sep 16, Dave Keeshan rated it really liked it. This book is set in the period of the s when there was the comedy gold rush which started in LA.

Much of this rush was centred on The Comedy Store, located on Sunset Blvd, which was run by the wannabe benevolent dictator, Mitzi Shore.

The book starts with a contemporary scene, the death of a journey man comic, George Miller, in He never got huge, but was good enough to gig consistently from the 70s.

His death brings back together some of the people who were peers of his time. There is serious name dropping, Richard Lewis, Jay Leno, Dave Letterman.

At the start one gets the feeling this is just to add sizzle to the steak. However, after the opening chapter, the story falls back to the beginning.

It is here you begin to realise that this is actually where all these names got their start, their real start. Mitizi recognised and groomed the talent that arrived at her room and competed with each other to get stage time.

No one disagrees with the fact that she had an excellent eye for comics that would go far. The first half of the book details all the fun and games of being a comic in the 70s.

There is of course sex, drugs and rock and roll. Comedy for some was a job, and to keep doing it they needed to graduate to paying gigs.

Make it here and doors open. Some get on and it launches their career, a small portion are still in the business all these years later, others get on, but they run a bit flat, maybe they had a bad night.

The second half of the book changes gears and slows down in some respects. She has convinced them, and sometimes I wonder herself, that she is providing a service to the comics to learn their art and use her room as a showcase to get paying gigs elsewhere.

Her room is the first and only comedy university. This seems to play for a while. When the comedy tsunami arrives, first in LA and then the United States, she is riding the crest of it, she literally can make and break anybody and is pocketing all of the proceeds.

Comics begin to see the disparity of packed out rooms, full bar services and being unable to buy their own breakfast the very next day. This leads to the first comedy strike, a picket line is put up around the club and friendships are tested and in some cases destroyed, forever!

The remainder of the book details the strike and the complexities of that nascent world and how it gave birth to the standup format we see world wide today.

During this time we see Jay Leno, David Letterman, Robin Williams, Andy Kaufman all rotate in and out of the story.

As the story unfolds it becomes clear that the Comedy Store is very influential on them and the careers they end up having.

Jay Leno is actually an integral part of the strike. Letterman is also present, but his own career is starting to take off at the same time.

No reason is offered, only a description of how the two had been close friends before either was famous, which provides a context to why some might perceive what Leno did to Letterman as a betrayal.

It is a fun and informative book. Knoedelseder has done his homework, he was physically present attending and reviewing comedy during the period in question.

It is refreshing to go back and see the formation of a world that has become so ubiquitous since then, even though we also get to see it turn from it youthful beginnings to the corporate facade we now see today.

Dec 31, John rated it liked it Shelves: reviewed-by-me. Pro tip: If you read this book, have YouTube open and take a look at the standup of these comics: Many of them have become dim memories at this point, and some are quite funny.

I originally gave this a 4 but after sleeping on it, downgraded it to a 3 because there is almost no way this book is going to satisfy readers based on the title.

The book is a history of the scene around Mitzi Shore's Comedy Store on Sunset Strip, and in particular how the scene got through the "strike.

If you're interested in what made the scene's comedy tick, or if you're interested in the book with relation to the Showtime series, I'm not sure this is the one.

The first problem here is it is actually rather light on the heartbreak and the "high times" -- there isn't much about comedy per se.

We get a fair amount about the individual comics and their travails, which is genuinely interesting, but it doesn't really build to much. You will learn some tidbits about Leno, Letterman, Robin Williams, Andy Kaufman, etc.

On the other hand, as a history of a labor movement, it's quite good. If you want a textbook case of how to mobilize support, you can't do much better than this.

I'd quote some details but they would be spoilers. The second problem is that people are going to read this as the book that motivated the Showtime series of the same name.

But after reading this book, it is pretty clear that it was only inspiration, not a blueprint. I really like the Showtime series, but it has gotten some negative reviews owing to the fact that all of the characters are new maybe "Goldie" in the series is based on Mitzi - but if so, we never see here with her kids.

You would be hard-pressed to decide which of the other characters is based on Jay Leno or Dave Letterman. I think this is much to the credit of the series: They made some pretty believable characters but didn't tread on the real histories from this book.

It's there in the series: But there could be even more specification of direct relationship between the lack of pay in the club and the comics' hardships I know it's there, but it's structural in the book, not so much in the series.

And then the divergences from history are problematic: For instance, Mitzi's response to the rise of strong women in comedy was to create a women-only "Belly Room" in her club -- in the show, the young women comics are recruited for a women-only variety show: The latter provides for some interesting plotting, but it's just at odds with the history.

Now that I'm re-reading this I think I'm maybe being too negative. Jun 19, Frederic Kerr rated it really liked it. This book describes the standup comedy scene in Los Angeles in the s, which boomed when career maker TV host Johnny Carson moved his Tonight Show west from New York in The Comedy Store was one of a handful of big comedy clubs in town and was sought after by comedians looking for stage time, as well as by talent scouts for TV and movies.

Owner Mitzi Shore offered as many as 40 spots per night, but didn't pay her talent, at all. This left to an acrimonious walkout by comedians, who picke This book describes the standup comedy scene in Los Angeles in the s, which boomed when career maker TV host Johnny Carson moved his Tonight Show west from New York in This left to an acrimonious walkout by comedians, who picketed her club.

Now famous comedians like D Letterman, J Leno, and R Lewis were caught up in the conflict. Today, 40 years later, comedians still struggle to be paid.

Standup remains a slog of long apprenticeships and very low financial rewards. Rookies still work for free, for years. Only the big stars make big money, although hundreds scratch out a lonely subsistence on the road.

There are too many comedians chasing too few paid spots, with the food and drink business already having thin margins, so comedians' service is priced very low.

Supply of comedians always exceeds demand. Many other reviewers found the story of the strike boring. As an aspiring comedian who's been on stage for about four years, I thought the whole book was well done and interesting.

There's good insight into the personalities of some of the biggest comedians, like those mentioned above, as well as others.

A good read that took only a couple of days. Dec 29, Derek rated it really liked it. As someone who was briefly employed at the Comedy Store, I quickly became fascinated by the history and mythology or this legendary comedy club.

This book is the definitive tale of the defining time for the club. In the late 's the Comedy Store was came to be and and made stars out of so many people that are now considered comedy royalty.

It also tells the story of some of the lesser known comics and players, such as Steve Lubetkin, a tragic and forgotten comic who played a pivotal role in t As someone who was briefly employed at the Comedy Store, I quickly became fascinated by the history and mythology or this legendary comedy club.

It also tells the story of some of the lesser known comics and players, such as Steve Lubetkin, a tragic and forgotten comic who played a pivotal role in the strike that defined modern comedy clubs.

Lubetkin is in many ways the most interesting for me, as you hear so little about him, as opposed to the big names like Leno, Letterman, Robin Williams, etc.

Likewise the story of club owner Mitzi Shore is a fascinating one. I had always thought of her as brilliant woman with a keen eye for great stand ups.

This book does not change my opinion of her in that sense, but it does not paint a kind picture of her either. Her place in history is not so easily defined as hero or villain, but somewhere in between as she was often very unkind to the people she claimed to be helping.

I already knew some parts of this story, but this book really does an excellent job of bringing all the parts and pieces together to paint a complete picture.

This is a great book whether you want to learn about a specific time and place, or the birth of modern comedy. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Sep 13, Alexis rated it really liked it.

Very interesting book, especially since my S. It took a bit for me to get into it, because the book is very much about the "scene" and not about any one specific comedian or character.

In the beginning, I got confused because I was trying to follow all the different storylines, and the author jumps very quickly from one comic's story to another, even within paragraphs, and readers are supposed to remember who is who.

Perhaps there is some assumption that the readers are co Very interesting book, especially since my S. Perhaps there is some assumption that the readers are comedians themselves, and therefore already know all the "comedy greats" of the 70's, but for me, most of the names besides Letterman, Leno, Carson, etc were unfamiliar.

Anyway, once I accepted that I should not try to follow each individual storyline, the book started to click for me. I enjoyed the writing style, as it felt like Knoedelseder was actually a fly on the wall for all the different conversations and important moments.

I'm Dying Up Here. Season 1. Season 1. Season 2. () IMDb X-Ray TV-MA. At Goldie's on the Sunset Strip, a group of up-and-coming comedians work on their stand-up craft. They find new rivals, but they also find family. When one of them makes it, they all make it and when they fail, they fail together. Storyline. Set in the celebrated and infamous L.A. stand-up comedy scene of the '70s, where the careers of most comedy superstars began, "I'm Dying Up Here" delves into the inspired and damaged psyches that inhabit the hilarious, but complex business of making an audience laugh. The series is based on William Knoedelseder's book of the same name. Plot Summary | Add Synopsis. I'm Dying Up Here (TV Series –) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. 51% Critics Consensus: While I'm Dying Up Here hints at untapped potential and deserves praise for authentic period detail, its attempts at affecting drama are undermined by subpar writing and a. In Season 1 of "I'm Dying Up Here," the comics of Goldie Herschlag's Hollywood comedy club learn the hard way that success isn't all it's cracked up to be. As one of their number finally gets his. Forgot your password? Episode List. Get Showtime Schedules. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload Wwe Stream. Into The Dark: Season 2.
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Zug um Zug, Holiday Sex um Zigarette: Man sieht, dass die Serie, Alte Tv Serien 70er der Ari Graynor links und Melissa Leo spielen, nicht von der Gegenwart handelt. Amazon Fire Stick July 10, Anna Maria Lara It's a great, engrossing read. Edit Did You Know? And now I know why I had such a strange feeling about the energy of The Comedy Store when I drive by there. Clear your history. See 2 questions about I'm Dying Up Here…. A total comfort read, the literary equivalent of a grilled cheese sandwich with tomato soup. Dec 28, Ryan rated it really liked it. If you want a textbook case of how to mobilize support, you can't do much better than this. Fascinating to catch glimpses of the character and struggles of some the comedy biggies, this book forever Password Manager Chrome my mind in a negative way towards Garry Shandling, damn scab! Retrieved January 11, Thoroughly enjoyed it. Arnie Brown 18 episodes, Stephen Guarino Retrieved Unter Uns Kostenlos Schauen 3, Club owner Goldie mentors the young comics with a combination of toughness and encouragement to further their chances at success. Aufstrebende Comedians versuchen, in der Stand-up-Szene im Los Angeles der er Jahre groß herauszukommen. Sie fühlen sich dazu berufen, Menschen zum Lachen zu bringen, obwohl ihnen selbst oft gar nicht zum Lachen zumute ist. Wo der Spaß begann: 2. Staffel der Serie über die Stand-Up-Comedy-Szene der 70er, produziert von Jim Carrey. "I'm Dying Up Here" handelt von der frühen Szene der Stand-up-Comedians in Los Angeles in den er Jahren, wo Karrieren im Club. I'm Dying Up Here: Ein Blick auf die Stand-up-Szene von Los Angeles in den er Jahren. Eine Gruppe von Menschen fühlt sich berufen, andere zum Lachen.

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