This Christmas, brace yourself for an uproarious comedic extravaganza as Ricky Gervais, the mastermind behind The Office, Extras, and Afterlife, returns to Netflix with his record-breaking stand-up special, “Armageddon.” Premiering on December 25, 2023, this highly anticipated show promises to deliver Gervais’s signature blend of wit, humor, and thought-provoking commentary on the absurdities of life. Directed by John L. Spencer and produced by Derek Productions, “Armageddon” captures Gervais’s inimitable take on a myriad of subjects. From the end of humanity and the intricacies of political correctness to the nuances of family events, funerals, and the rise of Artificial Intelligence—no topic is off-limits in this comedic exploration.
About Ricky Gervais: Armageddon TV Show
In "Ricky Gervais: Armageddon," the acclaimed comedian, actor, and writer Ricky Gervais returns to Netflix with his record-breaking stand-up special, set to premiere on Christmas Day 2023. Directed by John L. Spencer and produced by Derek Productions, the special was recorded at the iconic London Palladium. Gervais explores a range of topics, from the end of humanity and political correctness to family events, funerals, and Artificial Intelligence. With his signature wit and provocative humor, Gervais guarantees an unforgettable comedic journey into the absurdities of life. As the third installment in his Netflix stand-up series, following "Humanity" and "SuperNature," "Armageddon" promises laughter, satire, and a unique perspective on the world. The special, born from Gervais's record-breaking world tour, has already made history with 85 sell-out arena dates across the globe, including a Guinness World Record for his largest stand-up show at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. Get ready for an uproarious holiday treat as Gervais cements his comedic legacy with "Ricky Gervais: Armageddon."Keep track of the cancel/renew status of all your favorite shows. Check out and bookmark our TV shows cancelled in 2019-20 season and TV shows renewed for 2020-21 season lists.