Ronkonkoma, NY, January 21, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Vic DiBitetto, the internationally-known comic who’s often billed as a cross between Rodney Dangerfield and Ralph Kramden, is bringing his own frenetic style of humor to a new talk show on Bonko TV, aptly named The Vic DiBitetto Show.
Co-starring Marion Grodin (daughter of iconic performer Charles Grodin), Vic’s foray in talk TV will be available in 55 million homes and 100 million mobile devices through Bonko TV, a new digital platform slated to launch on February 1st. Bonko’s original programming will be accessible via all broadband-connected devices, including (but not limited to) Google TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Android-based phones, tablets, TVs, gaming consoles, laptops and PCs.
Thanks to Bonko TV, millions of new viewers will be able to tune in every week to hear Vic do what he does best...rant at the everyday events shaping our world in his own unique way. An Internet sensation with millions of YouTube fans, Vic’s Bread and Milk, Justin Bieber and Kanye West viral rants have already achieved a loud and loyal fan base.
Vic is no stranger to live performances: in March, 2015, he hosted Gotham Comedy Live on AXS TV. He was also featured in Kevin James’ comedy Mall Cop: Blart 2 which premiered last spring.
Along with the new talk show, Vic will headline in The Three Tenors (who can’t sing) tour, where he will appear in 22 cities across the USA, beginning later this month.
What makes Vic DiBitetto special is the humanity and personal angst that he brings to his humor… he is Everyman with a mouth. Up until 2014, Vic drove a school bus for children with special needs… a job he held for 20 years. The law requires that there be a matron on the bus, as well. That turned out to be Vic’s wife, Lucy. Before that gig, Vic drove a garbage truck. Finally, after cutting his teeth on the Internet and in stand-up clubs, Vic was able to “get off the bus” and focus on his comedy career.
And he hasn’t looked back. Vic has appeared on mainstream TV’s America’s Funniest People (ABC) where he was a $10,000 Grand Prize winner, as well as Stand-Up Spotlight (VHI) and Last Laugh at Pips. He has also acted in a pilot with Woody Allen and Danny Aiello.
The Vic DiBitetto Show promises to deliver the comic’s outraged and outrageous humor to millions of viewers each week. To learn how you can catch Vic’s talk show on Bonko TV, and to become a subscriber, please visit the Bonko TV website at http://www.bonkotv.com.
(Note to the editor: Vic is available for a good rant or to discuss his new show and his brand of comedy in print, radio and broadcast interviews. His manager, Russell Best, can be reached at Russell@bestentgroup com. Or call 919-533-6196 (office) or 917-757-5118 (cell).