Nick Kroll, left, and John Mulaney star as eccentric Upper West Side bachelors in the recorded version of “Oh, Hello on Broadway.” (Joan Marcus/Netflix)

Nick Kroll, left, and John Mulaney star as eccentric Upper West Side bachelors in the recorded version of “Oh, Hello on Broadway.” (Joan Marcus/Netflix)

A failed sitcom was just the beginning of John Mulaney’s career

David Letterman says the likable and self-deprecating 35-year-old comic is “the future of comedy.”

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