‘Everybody’s in LA’ live on Netflix: How to watch the new episode of John Mulaney's talk show tonight

Everybody's in LA for Netflix is a Joke Fest — including John Mulaney. (Netflix)

Netflix is a Joke Fest has begun, and you know what that means: Everybody’s in LA! And that includes comedian John Mulaney. Mulaney has added a new, live special to his roster on Netflix — which already includes John Mulaney: New In Town (2012), John Mulaney: The Comeback Kid (2015), Oh, Hello On Broadway (2017), John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous At Radio City (2018), John Mulaney & The Sack Lunch Bunch (2019) and John Mulaney: Baby J (2023). John Mulaney Presents: Everybody’s in LA is a “comically unconventional show” that will stream live on Netflix, featuring Mulaney and his friends exploring the city while it’s crawling with comedians in town for the festival.

The first episode took on a twisted talk show format, with Mulaney monologuing about the quirks of Los Angeles, taking live calls on the air about Coyotes and interviewing his pals including Jerry Seinfeld and Ray J. The second installment of Everybody’s in LA had some exciting guests too, including Jon Stewart and Gabriel Iglesias. The third episode of John Mulaney's Netflix show will stream live tonight at 10 p.m. ET on Netflix.

Are you ready to watch John Mulaney Presents: Everybody’s in LA tonight? Here’s everything you need to know about the live Netflix event.

John Mulaney's new Netflix special premiered this past Friday. You can stream the first episode on Netflix, and catch the second episode streaming live tonight on the platform at 10 p.m. ET.

The six-episode series will drop new episodes at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT from May 6 - 10.

Netflix is the place to watch the John Mulaney special (and all his old ones, too) The incredibly popular streamer is also home to plenty of popular titles like Anyone But You, May December, One Piece, Wednesday and Selling Sunset. Netflix currently has three plans available: Standard with ads ($6.99); Standard ($15.49); and Premium ($22.99). Netflix no longer offers a free trial. 

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Netflix describes its latest live event as a “comically unconventional show,” featuring special guests and field pieces shot in LA. The show centers around John Mulaney exploring Los Angeles during the Netflix is a Joke Fest, a time when the city is crawling with comedians, hence the title. Apart from that, Mulaney has kept many of the details of his six-episode live series under wraps. So we’ll just have to tune in live to see what happens.

While we don’t have the complete list of guests appearing on John Mulaney’s new Netflix special, we do know that the show will be “featuring people equal to, but not necessarily” David Letterman, Nate Bargatze, Jerry Seinfeld, Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias, Mae Martin, Earthquake, Jon Stewart, Patton Oswalt, Stavros Halkias, Sarah Silverman, Ronny Chieng, Tom Segura, Bill Hader, Luenell, Hannah Gadsby and Cedric the Entertainer will be making appearances.

Other non-famous comedian guests appearing on the show include seismologist Dr. Lucy Jones, Citizens for L.A. Wildlife representative Tony Tucci, hypnotherapist Kerry Gaynor, lawyer Marcia Clark, director John Carpenter, journalist Zoey Tur, actress Cassandra Peterson and Dr. Emily Lindsey, the assistant curator and excavation site director of the La Brea Tarpits and Museum.

The Netflix is a Joke festival draws comedians from all over the world to the city of Los Angeles for 11 days of laughter. This year, the festival features over 300 live stand-up shows, special events, table reads, sketches and more, held at iconic LA venues like the Hollywood Bowl, The Greek, The Dolby, The Forum, The Palladium, the Orpheum Theatre and The Wiltern, plus historic comedy venues including The Hollywood Improv, Largo, Laugh Factory and The Comedy Store.

This year’s lineup of comedians includes Ali Wong, Atsuko Okatsuka, Beth Stelling, Bill Burr, Brett Goldstein, Chelsea Handler, Chris Rock, Craig Robinson, David Letterman, Demetri Martin, Fortune Feimster, Jeff Ross, Jerry Seinfeld, Joel Kim Booster, John Mulaney, Jon Stewart, Jim Gaffigan, Jim Jefferies, Katherine Ryan, Kevin Hart, Kumail Nanjiani, Leslie Jones, Mae Martin, Matt Rife, Maya Rudolph, Mike Birbiglia, Nate Bargatze, Nicole Byer, Nick Kroll, Nikki Glaser, Patton Oswalt, Ryan Hamilton, Sam Jay, Sarah Silverman, Seth Rogen, Shane Gillis, Tom Brady, Taylor Tomlinson, Tim Robinson, Tom Papa, Tom Segura, Trevor Noah, Wanda Sykes and more.