Comedian Sam Morril Unveils Prime Video Special ‘You’ve Changed’ Set For July Launch

EXCLUSIVE: Prime Video announced on Thursday that Sam Morril: You’ve Changed, its first comedy special from fast-rising New York comic Sam Morril, will premiere in more than 240 countries and territories worldwide on July 9.

Taped at the Wilbur Theatre in Boston, MA, which Morril sold out nine times last year, the one-hour special sees the comic riff effortlessly on the worst person he’s ever dated, the complications of getting older, and his perspective on everything from cable news to the perils of social media. Check out a clip from the special above.

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Sam Morril: You’ve Changed is produced by Amazon MGM Studios, Sammy Mo, Inc., and Rotten Science. Morril, Matthew Vaughan, and James Webb served as executive producers of the special, which Webb directed.

A prolific joke writer and one of the sharpest young comics working today, Morril has previously put out five specials, his most recent being the acclaimed 2022 Netflix hour Same Time Tomorrow. Previously, he debuted the Comedy Central specials Positive Influence and I Got This, which have respectively garnered over 3 million and 12 million views on YouTube alone, as well as the self-produced pandemic specials Up on the Roof and Full Capacity.

Recently wrapping his sold-out national “Class Act” theater tour, Morril is also well known for his top comedy podcast We Might Be Drunk, co-hosted with friend, fellow comic and co-owner of Bodega Cat Whiskey, Mark Normand. Of late, Morril has also ventured behind the camera as executive producer of specials from up-and-coming comics, including Daily Show writer Dina Hashem’s 2023 Prime Video hour Dark Little Whispers and Gary Vider’s It Could Be Worse.

Also a popular commentator in the sports world, Morril has been appointed a Knicks/Basketball correspondent on The Dan Le Batard Show and launched the sports podcast Games with Names, co-hosted with former NFL wide receiver Julian Edelman, in 2022. Previously, he hosted his own show on MSG called People Talking Sports, which ran for two seasons and earned him a New York Emmy nomination for Best Interviewer.

In addition to the Academy Award-nominated Joker, Morril has been seen on Hulu’s Life & Beth, Showtime’s Billions, and Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer, also voicing several characters for Max’s animated series Ten Year Old Tom. The performer is repped by WME and Schreck Rose Dapello.

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