“Laff Mobb’s We Got Next” Presents Season 2 of Clean Stand-up Showcase

If you like comedy, but hate swearing, ASPiRE Network’s second season of Laff Mobb’s We Got Next returns on Feb. 4 with you in mind. The popular weekly stand-up comedy showcase delivers eight new episodes starring 16 of the freshest voices in comedy. Hosted by Bob Sumner and filmed before a live audience at the El Portal Theater in North Hollywood, California. The series proves that you don’t have to work “blue” to make ’em roar!

Laff Mobb's We Got Next
Bob Sumner, co-creator/co-executive producer of HBO’s Russell Simmons’ Def Comedy Jam

In Season 2, the weekly series takes viewers back into the “Clean Comedy Lab” of Bob Sumner (co-creator/co-executive producer of HBO’s Russell Simmons’ Def Comedy Jam) as he sets out to answer the question, “Who’s Next?” Each week, Sumner decides which of the 16 comedians from his pool of talent is ready to be in the spotlight. “I can’t wait for ASPiRE viewers to meet and laugh with all 16 of these phenomenally funny stand-up comedians,” he says. Sumner sits down with each comic before they take the stage and viewers hear why doing clean comedy is so important and how it affects their lives. Once selected, DJ Mike Smoove introduces each comic to the stage to perform.

AspireLogoLAFF Mobb’s We Got Next > ASPiRE > Wednesdays, premiering Feb. 4 at 10 p.m. EST

The season premiere on Wednesday, Feb. 4 at 10pm ET features comedians Amberia Allen, a California native currently living in LA and Robert Powell, a Louisiana native.

Episode 2, airing on Wednesday, Feb. 11 at 10pm ET features the talents of  New Jersey native Shatara Curry, and Nate Jackson, from the Seattle suburbs of Lacey, WA.


  1. Carlos Koustas is the executive producer and one of the creators of Laff Mobb Presents and he is my dads best friend so I call him uncle. He hosted on season one.

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