A Bob Saget Tribute is Coming to Netflix in June

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If you are like me and you're still missing our beloved TV dad Bob Saget, a tribute is coming to Netflix!

According to one of his long-time friends Mike Binder, a large group of his closest industry friends came together to perform a tribute full of comedic and musical relief in his honor. During an appearance on "Dystopia Tonight with John Poveromo," Saget's longtime friend Mike Binder revealed that he actually filmed the show, and it's now set to release on Netflix in June.

"It was a magical night," Binder told the podcast. "And we filmed it. And I showed it to Netflix. I said 'Look at this! Just look at 16 minutes of this.' And Robbie Craw, the head of comedy at Netflix, he just said 'This is remarkable.' And they bought it as a special."

Binder did not reveal a specific release date, but narrowed it down to the first week of June. Binder noted that the special will be screened live during the "Netflix Is a Joke" comedy festival in May, then released on the streamer later.

The night saw performances from people like Jim Carrey, John Stamos, Chris Rock, John Mayer and more.

We will keep you updated as more information on the release date is revealed.

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