The Break with Michelle Wolf Season 1

Premiere Date, Episode Guide

The Break with Michelle Wolf season 1 started airing on Sunday, May 27, 2018. Subscribe below for season One fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale — Jul 15, 2018. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S1E1 Strong Female Lead

S1E2 Be Honest

S1E3 Bad opinions

S1E4 Hate It or Love It

S1E5 Entertainment Explosion!

S1E6 Perfect Sports

S1E7 How Dare You?

most recent episode S1E8 Episode 8

How many episodes are in season 1 of The Break with Michelle Wolf?

The season consists of 8 episodes.


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The Break with Michelle Wolf is expected to "take a break from the seriousness of late-night comedy" and "instead of making the news fun, she'll make fun of everything and everybody. There will be no preaching or political agenda — unless it's funny."

Critics Reviews

    Shifting from stand-up segments, to desk segments, to couch segments with pre-taped commercial and movie parody bits,THE BREAK WITH MICHELLE WOLF is the definition of a free-form show. Michelle Wolf delivers jokes in her signature voice, with targets ranging from the current political landscape to women’s issues <...> - by Common Sense Media [Mark Dolan]

    But the best part of the series is indisputably when Wolf interviews her Seth Meyers’ co-writer Amber Ruffin. As the pair talk about the pressure of having kids, the conversation just feels like two close, highly intelligent friends chatting. Then Ruffin lands this blow: The variety show jumps between stand up <...> - by Decider [Kayla Cobb]

    Whether she’s tearing down a politician, scoffing at a sexist institution, or telling her audience it deserves a break (pun intended) before speeding away on a tricycle, Wolf is always grinning with delight that she gets to do it all on her own weird terms. Not every joke has to land for the show to be even half <...> - by Variety [Caroline Framke]

    Sarah Jasmine Montgomery is a Daily Dot contributor whose writing and criticism cover all things pop culture, with an emphasis on how communities of color impact physical and digital cultural spaces. Her writing and photography have also appeared in Texas Monthly, the Fader, Complex, and Billboard. <...> - by The Daily Dot [Sarah Jasmine Montgomery]

    Judging the quality of a late-night show on its first episode is a little like judging a newly hatched bird on its ability to fly: Neither are there yet. While Wolf’s show will almost surely change a lot, the relentless sameness of the first episode was, in its way, telling. Wolf began standing up <...> - by Slate [Willa Paskin]


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