Doug Benson returns to the world-famous Comedy Cellar in Las Vegas


Benson to record renowned “Doug Loves Movies” podcast Sunday, Jan. 27 at 4:20 p.m.


Comedian and actor Doug Benson is returning to Las Vegas for a special live taping of his hit podcast Doug Loves Movies at the world-famous Comedy Cellar at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino on Sunday, Jan. 27 at 4:20 p.m. Tickets are $25 and are on sale today!

Comedy Cellar at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino is an exact replica of the iconic, underground Greenwich Village club, including the “brick wall and stained glass,” low-ceiling design and full food and drink menu from the club’s sister bar and late-night hangout The Fat Black Pussycat.

A special taping of Doug Benson’s Doug Loves Movies will be held Sunday, Jan. 27, 2018 at 4:20 p.m. inside the world-famous Comedy Cellar at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. Tickets are $25 plus applicable taxes and fees for general admission and can be purchased online at or, by phone at (702) 777-2782 or (855) 234-7469, or in-person at any Las Vegas Caesars Entertainment Box Office. For groups of 10 or more call 1-866-574-3851 or email [email protected]. Guests must be 18 years or older.

Doug Benson is known for his popular podcasts (including “Doug Loves Movies” and “Getting Doug With High”), films (“Super High Me,” “The Greatest Movie Ever Rolled,” “Chronic-Con: Episode 420”), appearances on TV shows like “@midnight,” “The Trailer Park Boys” and “You’re The Worst” and he had his own show on Comedy Central called “The High Court.” All rise for the comedy of Judge Doug!

The Comedy Cellar discovered Dave Chappelle, Ray Romano, Jon Stewart, Dave Attell, Amy Schumer and Chris Rock. In addition to these household names, virtually every important comedian of the last 30 years began their careers at the iconic venue. These stars continue to use the Cellar as their home base; in other words, Comedy Cellar has the world’s best taste in comedians. As the most successful and longest-running comedy club in New York City history, the Cellar has been hailed by the toughest and meanest critics in the world, including the New York Times, who said the club has “a billion dollars’ worth of comedians.”