How to Watch ‘Jesus Sepulveda: Mr. Tough Life’ on Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV and Mobile
“Jesus Sepulveda: Mr. Tough Life,” a stand-up comedy special featuring Sepulvenda’s act, is coming to HBO Max, along with its debut on the pay-TV HBO Latino channel. The special also touches on Sepulveda’s immigrant father asking how his son could think he’s the one with the “tough life.” Part of HBO’s Entre Nos comedy series, “Mr. Tough Life” debuts Friday, Aug. 5, and you can stream it with a Subscription to HBO Max.
How to Watch “Jesus Sepulveda: Mr. Tough Life”
About “Jesus Sepulveda: Mr. Tough Life”
A Los Angeles native, Sepulveda recorded the special at Chelsea Music Hall. In it, he talks a lot about his tough-love father, as well as his even-tougher therapist. He also tells stories about going to parties with his parents when he was young.
Jesus Sepulveda makes his standalone Entre Nos debut with this comedy special recorded at Chelsea Music Hall. Thanks to his own experiences with a tough dad and an even tougher therapist, Sepulveda has finally realized why Latinos love partying and mistrust therapy. Join us for a group session full of stamina and hilarious revelations and discover one of LA’s funniest new voices in stand-up comedy.
Touted by HBO as a rising star in the comedy scene, Sepulveda got started in comedy at just 15 and has performed extensively. A 2015 participant in the NBC Diversity Showcase, Sepulveda was also part of the “They Can’t Deport Us All” special on Netflix in 2017, before his Entre Nos debut.
What Devices Can You Use to Stream “Jesus Sepulveda: Mr. Tough Life” on HBO Max?
HBO Max is available to stream on most devices, including Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku, Android TV, iPhone/iPad, Android Phone/Tablet, Mac, Windows, PlayStation, Xbox, LG Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Smart TV, and VIZIO Smart TV.
HBO Max has two tiers, an ad-supported plan for $9.99 and ad-free plan for $14.99. HBO Max without ads also includes features like the ability to download offline and 4K streaming.
They also will get Max Originals that aren’t available to HBO channel subscribers, like “The Flight Attendant” (Kaley Cuoco), “Love Life” (Anna Kendrick), as well as reboots to “Sex In The City” and “Gossip Girl.”