‘I Think You Should Leave’ live in NYC had Paul Rudd, Seth Meyers & more; Tim Robinson gets new HBO show

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I Think You Should Leave Beacon Theatre ITSYL at the Beacon by Sachyn Mital

I Think You Should Leave co-creators Tim Robinson and Zach Kanin took their beloved Netflix show to the stage last night (4/2) at Beacon Theatre, the first stop of a tour. According to those in attendance, the event was similar to when ITYSL appeared at Netflix Is A Joke Fest in 2022. They showed several cut sketches, had live music, and were joined by special guests Paul Rudd and Seth Meyers, plus ITYSL regulars Patti Harrison and Sam Richardson, and other contributors like Brooks Wheelan, Whitmer Thomas, and Bruce Buckles (aka Brendan Jennings). Check out some social media posts from attendees below.

In related news, HBO has just given a pilot order to Tim Robinson and Zach Kanin’s new comedy, The Chair Company. According to Deadline, Tim and Zach (who also worked together on Detroiters) will serve as writers and executive producers on the half-hour pilot, and Tim also stars in it. Adam McKay and Todd Schulman will also executive produce via Hyperobject Industries. The synopsis reads, “After an embarrassing incident at work, a man (Robinson) finds himself investigating a far-reaching conspiracy.”

In 2022, Variety reported that Tim Robinson and Zach Kanin had a pilot in store for HBO Max called Computer School, though no further updates on that came since.

In other news, The New York Mets have a driving crooner cam:

‘I Think You Should Leave’ Live tour opener: lots of cut sketches, a live music medley, surprise guests (Paul Rudd, Seth Meyers, Patti Harrison, Sam Richardson, Bruce Buckles), lots of guys in Dan Flashes. ❤️🥚 pic.twitter.com/UEhEQWB9B0

— 𝖘𝖈𝖔𝖙𝖙𝖌𝖚𝖒 (@scottgum) April 3, 2024

For anyone wondering- I THINK YOU SHOULD LEAVE live show is hilarious. they brought out Sam Richardson, Patti Harrrison, Seth Meyers & PAUL RUDD! showed a bunch of unreleased/unhinged sketches. I do wish they riffed/ talked more about their experiences filming the episodes tho.

— van (@vcav) April 3, 2024

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