Netflix has a variety of stand-up comedians to watch

As anyone who has scrolled through Netflix’s comedy section can attest, the streaming service has a wealth of stand-up specials to choose from.

But with so many options, it can be difficult to know where to start. If you’re looking for a laugh, here are five comedians worth watching on Netflix.

Patton Oswalt's special 'Annihilation' 2017 invokes the profound and traumatic subjects through the adventures of a long-term comedy plus the cycle of mourning that ensued following the death of his wife, Michelle McNamara.

Neal Brennan, best known as the co-creator of "Chappelle S Show," takes the stage solo in his candid "3 Mics," an innovative exploration of the intersection between comedy and pain.

Although its primary focus is on this remarkable revue, "Homecoming King" adds a few details that make it particularly ideal for both families and Netflix subscribers, who can enjoy it in the comfort of their own homes.

Portlandia' star Fred Armisen goes ungraciously face-first into flippant and observational humor with 'Standup for Drummers' , a standup show wherein everything goes to develop the rhythm. Featured on a stage with four drums, he entertains fellow drummers.

Alongside writing, directing, and starring in the hysterical Fire Island (a queer, comedic take on 'Pride and Prejudice') and stealing scenes in 'Loot', Joel Kim Booster has a new stand-up special on Netflix named 'Psychosexual'.He breaks the hour into three breezy acts: one that centers around his identity as a gay Asian man, another with wider-reaching jokes.