The Janoshow is a new original series from Puzzle Piece Productions that combines uses the sketch comedy and talkshow structures to keep viewers entertained during this uncertain time. Following host Justin Janoson, The Janoshow tries to put a comedic spin on what is going on in the world around us.
Guests that have been on the show include:
Kevin Mock (Producer on DC's Legends of Tomorrow)
David Schaub (Academy Award Nominated Animation Director)
The show airs on the Puzzle Piece Productions YouTube Channel, as well as on:
Meet the Cast and Crew
Justin has many responsibilities on The Janoshow. Without Justin, there wouldn't be a show. Literally. He is our lead writer and producer, as well as on-camera talent. Justin wears many hats on our show and one day wants to run a program that trains people on the Autism Spectrum that might not have been able to get into college to get high paying jobs in the film industry.
Maisy is one of the funniest and most talented human beings of the face of the planet.
Cooper can technically be considered a human being.
Lead Graphic Designer
David has been with Puzzle Piece Productions for a long time. David will occasionally fill in for Justin in various positions including hosting if needed.
Audrey probably had the most awkward audition. Not because of anything she did, but because Justin kept asking her the same questions over and over again. Quite frankly, we are shocked that she said yes to being on the show given the state of the audition. But she is here and we are extremely glad of that.
Jaclyn is one of the most down to earth people you will meet in your life time. She is always eager and willing to help with whatever we might need on the show.
Kareem has always been the person Justin drags out of bed to borrow his camera. However, Kareem is an extremely talented filmmaker in his own right, even if he hasn't yet made a film. Kareem supervises on sketches making sure things are running smoothly, as well
Josh in Justin's opinion, is the simultaneously the reason why the show is so creative, and why the show feels held back. Justin feels that while the restrictions given to him by Josh allow the show to think outside the box, in an effort to make the show advertiser-friendly, Josh's censorship can go a bit too far.