Sammy J is Australian Comedy TV series. Created by Sammy J. It premiered on Feb 08, 2018, on ABC. Sammy J is set in USA.
How Many Seasons Of Sammy J Were Made: 2 (60 episodes)
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|Season 2|| |
Season premieres on February 7, 2019
ABC, 20 episodes
|Season 1|| |
Season premieres on February 8, 2018
ABC, 40 episodes
Sammy J is on ABC (Australia) Thursdays at 6 pm
Season 2 Episode 20 () - Air Date: Jul 04, 2019 (6 months ago)
Sammy J is loving life in these politically chaotic times - Newcastle Herald - per Theherald
MOST Australians have probably written off the past decade as a political mess, racked with personal vendettas and enough bloodletting to make a Sicilian mob feud look like a family disagreement.
Sammy J, Valerie Browning, Albert and Thamang from Ladysmith Black Mambazo - ABC Online - per Abc
Today on The Conversation hour Rafael Epstein was joined by co-host funny man Sammy J. He was born in 1983 without incident and spent his teenage years avoiding alcohol, watching Disney films, and writing songs about his teachers, so his biography states. He is an ambassador for a group called Big Brother, Big Sister and seeing as this week is Youth Mentoring Week, it was the perfect opportunity to get him on the show.
Free-to-air: Sammy J serves up seasonal satire with his best of 2018 - The Sydney Morning Herald - per Smh
What political satirist Sammy J packs into three minutes puts some higher profile Australian comedians to shame. Not a breath is wasted in his bitingly funny Playground Politics, in which he lampoons Parliament with nursery ditties and story time on a Play School set. As the "Government Coach" he puts a positive spin on the indefensible. Through the medium of yoga, he has expertly deconstructed Trump and the Liberal leadership spill. But some of his best work is not funny at all. "Now is Not the Time", a Playground Politics piece that takes aim at the NRA, and his "Historical Apology to the Nauru Generation" are simply chilling.
Sammy J and Randy have scandal planned for the 2016 Sydney Comedy Festival - Sydney Morning Herald - per Smh
Sammy: "We need to give the readers of The Sydney Morning Herald some salacious gossip so they will come to our new show, Sammy J and Randy Land, at the Enmore Theatre, for one night only, in May."