Marcella Arguello’s next comedy special, Marcella Arguello: Grow Up Bitch!, will premiere on HBO Max on February 10, 2023. Arguello, one of Los Angeles’ most exciting Latina comedians, will delivers a night full of witty anecdotes that can easily be conveyed to her brand. style in his new stand-up comedy show. Marcella Arguello: Bitch, grow up! was originally scheduled to premiere on HBO Latino on February 10, 2023, before moving to HBO Max for viewers worldwide.
This will be part of HBO’s hit series Entre Nos, where other famous comedians like Gina Brillon, Chris Estrada and Shayla Rivera have achieved great things. Marcella Arguello will be part of this team when her stand-up special becomes one of the main themes on HBO Max. Earlier this month, HBO Max released a trailer for the special, giving an idea of what to expect from the shameless comic.
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Marcella Arguello’s comedy special promises to be as entertaining and accessible as all of her previous works. The Warner Brothers website has provided a full rundown of what to expect from this comedy special. Arguello will apparently tackle a range of current issues, from post-pandemic relationships to high school DARE essays. The performance is described as follows on the Warner Brothers website for Marcella Arguello: Bitch, grow up! :
“FUCK, GROW UP!, Arguello combines her incredible stage presence with a brutally honest look at post-pandemic relationships and why men break up better in bed, as well as explore how Beauty and the Beast sparked epiphanies and self-reflection with her high school DARE essay Marcella Arguello makes her solo debut with stand-up comedy. This wonderfully relevant dialogue was filmed at Brooklyn’s Roulette Intermedium.”
The Warner Brothers website also notes that the special will join the large lineup of Latino comedies currently available on HBO Max. These specials include Ian Lara’s romantic comedies (2022), Mr. Tough Life (2022) by Jesus Sepulveda, Superhomies by Frankie Quiones (2021), Love Me at My Worst by Nick Guerra (2020), It’s Not Rocket Science (2020) by Shayla Rivera, It’s Not My Weekend (2019) ) by Jerry Garcia, Vulnerable (2019) by Gina Brillon, Super White (2019) by Erika Rivera and Orlando (2018).
Who is Marcella Arguello?
Marcella Arguello is a comedian from Los Angeles, California. She grew up in Modesto, California and participated in school theater. She was always the class clown, and she excelled at impressing from an early age, as she said. She then studied for three years at California State University, Stanislaus, and San Francisco State University. She planned to become an elementary school teacher before changing her mind and moving to Los Angeles to pursue a career in comedy.
In her early days, she performed regularly at improv comedy clubs across the United States, as well as The Punch Line comedy clubs in Northern California. Arguello quickly became known for his diverse subjects, fearless teaching, and self-deprecating humour.
Marcella Arguello’s Website: Bitch, Grow Up Warner Brothers! explains her humorous approach as follows:
“She happily addresses any and all issues that interest her, including dating dwarves because she has no other alternatives at 6’2,” said the representative. her male appearance, her Hispanic identity, her views on race and gender, as well as the odd anecdotes and situations in which she got herself into.”
Marcella Arguello: Bitch, grow up! will premiere on HBO Max on February 10, 2023.