Klepper Season 1: Release Date, Cast, Plot, Episodes, Trailer: Klepper is an American television series which made its debut on Thursday, 9th May 2019. The series is hosted by Jordan Klepper and it is his second series for Comedy Central after the conclusion of The Opposition with Jordan Klepper in the year 2018.
For those who don’t know much about Jordan Klepper, he is an American comedian, writer, producer, political commentator, and actor, as well as a television host. He has also hosted the satirical Comedy Central program The Opposition with Jordan Klepper from the year 2017 to 2018, and he is again all set to do the same in this on-going docuseries, Klepper, which premiered in 9th May 2019.
On the subject of ‘Klepper’, Comedy Central’s development executives that is Sarah Babineau and Jonas Larsen said, “When Jordan said he wanted to travel the country to explore our most pressing issues and talk to the people on the front lines fighting for change, little did we know that he would capsize a boat in the bayou or get arrested in Georgia. But we think that his super funny, poignant, and provocative portrait of America, was (almost) worth the bodily harm and criminal record.”
Klepper Season 1 Cast
Jordan Klepper is the only constant cast member of this show. This is the second show Klepper is doing with Comedy Central after the conclusion of The Opposition. While shooting the series, Klepper also falls into some serious trouble for which he was also arrested for the duration of a meeting in Georgia.
Klepper, after being released on bail said, “Yesterday I learned many things. Police cars are not built for lanky giraffe bodies was one. Another, there are good people fighting good fights across this land. In Georgia, they are denying college admission and tuition benefits to undocumented students. These are students who pay taxes, grew up here and want to learn and give back to their community. We need more thoughtful, curious, educated young adults dedicated to making this place better. Education is a human right. Places like Freedom University are fighting the good fight. I was honored to stand with them and the other community faith leaders, teachers, and protestors. Education, not segregation. Sounds like a smart idea. If you think so, let the Georgia Board of Regents know.”
What Klepper is all About?
Klepper is a docuseries which revolves round Jordan Klepper who operates from outside the studio in the field. He travels all around the country and shares conversations with real people and addressing matters significant to him and to the nation.
The Comedy Central describes the show as, “Klepper is a docuseries that follows host Jordan Klepper as he hits the road and leaves the comfort of his desk behind. Whether he’s in a capsized boat with environmental protesters in a Louisiana bayou or waiting to post bail at the Fulton County Jail in Georgia, Jordan is on the front lines of American activism.”
Klepper Season 1 Release Date
Klepper Season 1 was already premiered on Thursday, 9th May 2019 and it is still on-going. The first episode of Klepper Season 1, “Wrestling PTSD” was aired on May 9 and the next episode which is titled “Battle in the Bayou” is going to be aired on 16th May 2019. The last episode will conclude on 27 June 2019.
The first season of the show includes a total number of eight episodes which are of 21-minutes. In this series, Klepper talks to people about the several issues they face in society. The series is politically aware as well as a fresh breath of air in a time when such shows are worth dime a dozen on TV.
Klepper Season 1 Trailer
The network has also released a trailer for Klepper Season 1, you can also check it out from right here.
Klepper Season 1 Episodes
Here is the list of all the episodes along with the title and original air date
1: “Wrestling PTSD” on May 9, 2019
2: “Battle in the Bayou” on May 16, 2019
3: “Underground University” on May 23, 2019
4: “Invisible Nation” on May 30, 2019
5: “Deported Fucking Vets” on June 6, 2019
6: “This is My Gun, These Are My Rights” on June 13, 2019
7: “America First, Mars Next” on June 20, 2019
8: “The New Weed War” on June 27, 2019