Malaysian comedian Harvinth Skin presents his very own ‘late, late, night, night’ show

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Popular Malaysian comedian and YouTuber Harvinth Skin is hosting his very own weekly talk show on YouTube and it’s unlike any other shows we’ve seen before in Malaysia.

The Saturday Night Live-style sketches and performances combined with sit down interviews with various guests have made *take a deep breath* The The Late Late Night Night Show Show With With Harvinth Harvinth Skin Skin quite the fresh and chaotic entertainment to watch during the lockdown. Stars that have sat down with the 27-year-old include singer-producer Reshmonu, puppeteer Harry Kok, rapper Lil’ Asian Thiccie, and most recently Malaysia-based British TV presenter Mark O’dea.

Viewers can catch new episodes on the SkinTV channel every Wednesday at 9pm, which frankly isn’t that late. The program was written and produced by Skin and his team Ion Furjanic and Ryan Matjeraie.

“I made my first ever YouTube video six years ago, wanting to create content to make people

Laugh,” he told Coconuts. “The The Late Late Night Night Show Show With With Harvinth Harvinth Skin Skin has been something I’ve been working on for a long time, creating a talk show where I can express myself creatively, reaching out to new audiences who crave authentic comedic content.”

“This is my f*cking dream come true,” he added.

Skin became popular on social media six years ago when he started making hilarious and relatable skits and posting them online. He will join the Coconuts Podcast tomorrow to tell us more about his work, life, and how he arrived at this mouthful title of a show.

Correction: The show was not entirely written and produced by Harvinth Skin, who was in fact assisted by two other members. This story has been changed to reflect that.

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