Neflix show with Filipino-American comedian Jo Koy now streaming worldwide

Filipino American Jo Koy
Jo Koy’s brand of comedy that pokes fun at his Asian American heritage and his mother’s insistence on doing things the “Pinoy” way in America now includes his observations of his son. Credits to Netflix.

Filipino-American comedian Jo Koy has a new show now streaming on Netflix.

The irreverent stand up comedy acts of Jo Koy pokes fun at his Asian-American experiences and Filipino heritage, more notably his Filipina mother’s insistence of doing things “Pinoy” in America. In the new Netflix Comedy Special “Jo Koy: Comin’ In Hot,” his son also gets into the act.

The Netflix show is recorded from Jo Koy’s Hawaii performance at the Neil S. Blaisdell Arena in Honolulu. Netflix says Jo Koy: Comin’ In Hot “shares his candid take on cultural curiosities, filter-free fatherhood and more.”

SEE: Jo Koy stars in Netflix TV Special “Live in Seattle”

Jo Koy a.k.a. Joseph Glenn Herbert was first seen on Netflix on the comedian’s self-produced comedy special, “Live in Seattle.”

Jo Koy: Comin’ In Hot” launched on Netflix on June 12.

WATCH this clip of Jo Koy’s brand of comedy and TELL US in the comments below your own humorous insights on Pinoys in America!

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