Ken Jeong Cracks Christmas — Official Trailer


added: Sun, Dec 2nd '18

Comedian Ken Jeong (The Hangover, Crazy Rich Asians) is really getting into the Christmas spirit as he travels across America to meet fellow X-Mas aficionados in an upcoming holiday comedy special, which is debuting next week on YouTube.

"Ken Jeong Cracks Christmas," for which a trailer has been released, is a streaming half-hour holiday road-trip special hosted by Jeong and will feature guest appearances by celebrity friends Angela Kinsey (The Office), Joel McHale (Community), and Harry Shum Jr. (Crazy Rich Asians).

"I thought I knew all there was to know about my favorite holiday," says Jeong. "Join me as I travel across America meeting fellow Christmas fanatics as I learn the secrets and traditions of my favorite holiday."

Directed by Isaac Feder, the YouTube Christmas special will have Jeong attending a Santa convention, visiting the most Christmas decorated house in America, and spending some time with the 'Nutcracker' ballerinas at the American Contemporary Ballet.

"Ken Jeong Cracks Christmas" is set to stream Wednesday, December 12th on YouTube, exclusively on the Buzzfeed Video channel.

KEN JEONG CRACKS CHRISTMAS is the ultimate comedic quest to uncover the pop-culture myths and shocking unexpected stories behind the world's most celebrated holiday. Ken Jeong, a self-proclaimed holiday fanatic, (who has seen the Nutcracker 45 times and obsesses over his family holiday card for 3 months) immerses himself into different worlds filled with 200 santas, carolers and celebrity friends Joel McHale, Angela Kinsey and Harry Schum Jr.

The show travels through time, space, and our collective memory illuminating the gifts, moments, and magic surrounding this most awesome holiday. So, jingle your bells and come laugh along as Ken “cracks” open this holiday. Coming December 12 to Buzzfeed Video only on YouTube.


directed by   Isaac Feder

starring   Ken Jeong

release date   December 12, 2018 (on YouTube; Buzzfeed)

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