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Peacock Surprise Drop: "Sketchy Times with Lilly Singh" Late-Night Special - Available Now
In a one-woman, late-night special shot entirely from her home during quarantine, comedian and host Lilly Singh plays a wide variety of new and returning characters, satirizing how we're all adjusting to the new normal.

[via press release from Peacock]

PEACOCK SURPRISE DROP: "Sketchy Times with Lilly Singh" Late-Night Special - Available Now

Last night Lilly Singh made a surprise drop of her late night special, "Sketchy Times with Lilly Singh." Lilly announced the news on her socials.

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SURPRISE!!!! Sketchy Times is now streaming FOR FREE on @PeacockTV. It's as simple as download and watch. I’m so extremely proud of this comedy special, as it was truly a labour of love. Shot completely during the pandemic, in my house, with a small but talented crew and ALL the safety measures in place. I had the pleasure of playing every character (except one special cameo…) and creating sketch comedy making fun of myself and my friends and how we’re all struggling to adjust to this new normal. My goal was to find any bit of humour and lightheartedness in an otherwise heavy year. The experience really warmed my soul and I hope it serves as a light for you too. Please spread the word and support your girl! Use the hashtag #SketchyTimes and tell your massi to tune in! This is quite possibly my favourite brain baby I’ve ever created and (like a true Indian mom) I want to show it off. LOOK AT MY BABY! KINHA SONA PUTT! Even through the sketchiest of times, we can always find comfort in a good laugh. Love y’all and very grateful. #SketchyTimes STREAMING NOW. Link in bio 🙏🏽❤️

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In a one-woman, late-night special shot entirely from her home during quarantine, comedian and host Lilly Singh plays a wide variety of new and returning characters, satirizing how we're all adjusting to the new normal. Timely. Topical. Available now.

Singh, Keisha Zollar and Sean O'Connor write for the special. Singh, O'Connor and Polly Aurrit executive produce.

"Sketchy Times with Lilly Singh" is produced by Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group, and Unicorn Island Productions.

Singh is a multi-faceted entertainer who has spent the last decade writing, producing and staring in comedic and inspirational videos on her digital channels where she has amassed more than 36 million followers. She is the host of the late-night show "A Little Late with Lilly Singh" on NBC which returns for season two in 2021.

Stream "Sketchy Times with Lilly Singh" now on Peacock

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