We're all gonna die! Join host Katie Hannigan and her End of Days Prophet Gabby Bryan in their chill bunker! Only the funny will survive!




Katie Hannigan is a New York City based comedian, who has appeared on Seeso,The Travel Channel, Oxygen Network, MTV. This summer she will make her CBS network debut on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

Katie is a paid regular at New York Comedy Club, The Stand, Stand Up New York, Westside Comedy Club and Caroline’s, as well as some of NYC’s most popular alternative venues, such as The Knitting Factory and Littlefeild.

Katie loves to infuse her passion for history with comedy. She’s written and produced original content for the History Channel, including a man on the street game show called Miss Information. Currently Katie hosts “Apodcalypse” an apocalypse themed podcast covering historical cataclysmic scenarios, such as Chernobyl and the Tunguska Event, as well as the threat of “End Times” and its influence in pop culture. Katie is also a regular on YKWD with Robert Kelly on the Riotcast Network and Tell Me Everything, with John Fugalsang on SirusXM.

In addition to her work as a comic, Katie has an extensive acting resume. She’s appeared in branded content for Comedy Central, and was a recurring cast member on Elite Daily’s Gen Y. She’s also frequently seen in sketches with Finebros and College Humor. Recently Katie filmed the short film, The Pitch, and Accidentally Delicious A Food Network pilot directed by Gabe Sachs. Katie also stars in the indie web series Outer Boroughs, coming to Brooklyn Public Access summer 2018.

In 2015, Katie wrote and produced an original comedic piece, The Comedienne Project, in FringeNY with Corinne Fisher (Guys We F*cked) directed by Ted Alexandro. The Comedienne Project received acclaim for its critical examination of the popular joke topics of sex, dating and relationships many comedians acts. Katie and Corinne now host a spin off of The Comedienne Project, monthly at the Standing Room, in NYC.

Katie has been featured at comedy festivals nationally including, The Laughing Skull Festival, Women in Comedy Festival, Woodstock Comedy Festival, Shedevil Festival (placed 2nd), Laughing Devil Festival (placed 3rd), The DC Underground Comedy Festival, The All Jane Comedy Festival, The Brooklyn Comedy Festival, The New York Comedy Festival, The Hoboken Comedy Festival, and the Red Clay Comedy Festival.


Gabby Bryan (Co-Host)

 Gabby was born in New Jersey and quickly escaped to New York in 2012 to pursue a career in acting, comedy and writing. She graduated from Pace University in the International Performance Ensemble Program. There she learned how to develop original work and studied movement based theater, classical, and film technique, as well as tools for contemporary devising.

     In 2017, Gabby worked with director Dan Fogelman in had newest feature Life, Itself starring Olivia Wilde and Oscar Isaac. There she has the opportunity to act with Oscar Isaac as well as Anette Bening. She filmed a L'oreal Hair Diaries commercial in partnership with Marie Claire Magazine. She also co-starred in  Ruta Viva, a bilingual short film shot in Quito, Ecuador which won Best Short Film at HBO's New York Latino Film Festival amongst other awards.

     Gabby has also jumped into the comedic podcast universe. She produces and appears on Robert Kelly's podcast "You Know What Dude" on the RiotCast network. She also started her own podcast with Brooklyn comedian Katie Hannigan entitled "Apodcalypse". Both can be found on iTunes for you listening pleasure!

     Most recently in the Theater Universe, Gabby worked on a workshop reading of Princess Diana, created by Joe Dipietro, David Bryan and Christopher Ashley at Mirvish Productions in Toronto, Canada. She has traveled to Buenos Aires, Argentina for the Bienal Arte Joven performing All is Good conceived and devised by the GAPESEED Ensemble Theatre Co. as well as a adaption of KASPAR directed by Scott Fitzgerald at the Sibiu International Theatre Festival in Sibiu, Romania. She has worked with Annie Hamburger and Seth Bockley during the development of the docu-theatre piece The Wilderness Project, that continued throughout 2015 into 2016. She has traveled with Drama League Nominee Cosmin Chivu's production of Bury the Dead the  Sibiu International Theatre Festival. In New York, Gabrielle has been in shows such as Woyzeck at The Chain Theater, The Rabbit on the Moon at the TADA Theater, and Les Liaisons Dangereuses directed by Dr. Ruis Woertendyke. She has also trained in comedy sketch writing and improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade, Second City Los Angeles and interned in the writing department at NBC's Saturday Night Live and the producing department of The Emerging Theatre of the American Moment (the TEAM).

    In 2015 Gabby co-founded and wrote for a small web series titled Gabby & Greg with fellow comedian Greg Mooridian. After finishing the series, Gabby launched her own sketch comedy channel, BULB Comedy, which consistently releases sketches written, directed and acted by a team she hand picked throughout her comedy travels.  Check BULB Comedy out at www.BULBCOMEDY.com and on Youtube and Facebook (shameless plug). She also co-founded Conversations Web Series, a documentary and interview series discussing political currents, social issues, and arts activism. You can watch Conversations on youtube, Facebook and Instagram! 

  Continuing in the comedy vein, She has performed in New York City (The Fat Black Pussycat, Broadway Comedy Club, Carolines, etc.), Los Angeles (The Comedy Story), Boston (Laugh Boston), Chicago (The Laugh Factory), etc!


Mike Abrusci (Co-Host)

Mike Abrusci is a comedian and little tiny baby from Brooklyn, NY. He has been seen on IFC's Comedy Crib, The Chris Gethard Show & The Special Without Brett Davis. He has performed at the Crom Comedy Festival in Omaha and Atlanta, the Brooklyn Comedy Festival & the Beast Village Comedy Festival. He is a cohost of Da Snack Boys, a vegan snack review web series. He also has a very strong immune system and is unofficially the Bad Boy of Comedy™. He wants you to know that writing a bio in the third person is weird and putting that in his own bio is probably a mistake.


Becky Rodriguez (Producer)

Directs her talents toward hilighting the careers of stand up comedians. Originally inspired by a neighborhood comedy show, Becky makes uniquely colorful and concise photo essays for comics like Michael Che, Big Jay Oakerson, and Robert Kelly.

She started in 2013 as a shy fan at Bar Matchless, a legendary weekly in Brooklyn, NY. After 3 years of watching she snuck a picture of Michael Che on stage and was approached by producer Becky Astphan to photograph the show. Within a few years she was asked to be tour photographer for Che.

At the same time, Becky’s love for podcasts led her to audition for the Legion of Skanks “Intern Olympics” in which she won the right photograph and and tour with the Skanks. She became friends with one of her favorite stand ups Big Jay, and went on to photograph his show The Bonfire at Sirius XM. The Skanks brought her to The Comedy Store in LA, Bertcast Podcast, and venues across the country.

As her friendships with comics grew, their need for a podcasting studio became apparent. She built a full 6 mic setup in her Brooklyn apartment called Remember 2 Be Happy Studios and began a new adventure. As a producer she helps them manage their social presence and create content for their fans. Her space is a peaceful sanctuary where podcasters are encouraged to try new things.


Tanner Williams (Intern)

19, from the Grand Canyon state, editor, videographer, director and creator

Host of Sup Podcast Intern Show (SPIS) weekly round up of the Sup? Podcast with fun unique segments for the @suppodcastnyc Instagram.