Pretty Good Friends
Pretty Good Friends, Inc. is a comedy company that develops and produces programming for TV, radio, podcasts, live shows, and festivals. Co-founded by longtime collaborators Eugene Mirman and Julie Smith Clem, Pretty Good Friends began in 2006 as a weekly comedy show in the basement of Union Hall in Brooklyn. Now it focuses on using comedy as a tool to educate, inform, communicate, and connect while still inspiring a spirit of fun, absurdity, and irreverence. Pretty Good Friends currently produces StarTalk Live!, the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival, You’re the Expert, and Maeve In America. They’ve also worked on projects for The Animal Planet, MIT, the Onion, the High Line, A Prairie Home Companion, Grist.org, The Science Channel, WBUR (Boston’s NPR Station), The New York Times, and many more.