And the comeback continues!
Variety reports that Kathy Griffin’s comedy library will be released on iTunes, starting Friday night.
According to the outlet, the Emmy-winning comedian owns the rights to the six seasons of her TV docuseries My Life on the D-List and the two seasons of her talk show Kathy, which will all be available on iTunes. The digital store will feature a total of 23 titles.
“I’m so grateful that I have the opportunity to release the majority of my library on iTunes,” Griffin said in a statement to Variety. “One of my goals as an artist has been to own the work I put so much effort into creating and now I get the chance to share it with my fans again. I hope more women in entertainment gain ownership of their work, it’s about time we get what so many of the men in this business get.”
Griffin has a whirlwind couple of years following that 2017 controversial photo where she posed with a faux bloody Donald Trump severed head. But since then the 58-year-old has come with a vengeance in the shape of a sold-out comedy tour, “Laugh Your Head Off.” The tour has earned rave reviews selling more than $4.5 million in tickets.