THE CHOE SHOW
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About the Show

In The Choe Show, world-renowned artist David Choe turns his eccentric, compassionate and disruptive worldview into a lens for an audience to experience a kind of radical empathy for others. From the walls of his childhood home, Choe takes his guests on a journey where he is both a motivational interviewer and compassionate listener. While using the acts of art and play, both Choe and his guests depart on a journey of shared emotional experience. It is through their bonded and authentic connection that Choe is able to bring forth an of-the-moment honesty to the portraiture he’s creating.


Created by David Choe, The Choe Show is executive produced by Choe, Matt Revelli and Christopher Chen of Choe Show LLC, plus Hiro Murai and Nate Matteson of Super Frog Entertainment. The series is directed by Paco Raterta.

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Season 1
Season 1

Sn.1 Ep.1

"MaPa"

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MaPa

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David Choe paints portraits, literally and figuratively, of Asa Akira, Kat Von D and Rafael Reyes.

30 minutes • TV-MA • Aired 06/25

Sn.1 Ep.2

"Just us 3"

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Just us 3

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David Choe paints portraits, literally and figuratively, of Will Arnett and Denzel Curry.

26 minutes • TV-MA • Aired 06/25

Sn.1 Ep.3

"My Shame Makes Me Shameless"

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My Shame Makes Me Shameless

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David Choe paints portraits, literally and figuratively, of Rainn Wilson, Neil Strauss and Erica Garza.

22 minutes • TV-MA • Aired 06/25

Sn.1 Ep.4

"Hurt People, Heard People"

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Hurt People, Heard People

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David Choe paints portraits, literally and figuratively, of Maya Erskine and Steve-O.

22 minutes • TV-MA • Aired 06/25


  • “David Choe is giving the talk show an upgrade”
    - Thrillist
  • “simultaneously weird and compelling and, yes, cathartic for all concerned”
    - New York Post
  • “Choe is an unruly force of anarchy”
    - The Hollywood Reporter
  • “the very existence of 'The Choe Show' is an act of Asian American defiance”
    - The New York Times
  • “unorthodox, but the results are colorful”
    - The Star Tribune