Envision Networks® launches new daily feature from well-known comedian and actor

(March 2018) – Some people probably shouldn’t be allowed to use social media—but we’re glad they do! From the mind of well-known comedian and actor Steve Hytner, Please, Don’t Hit Send gives listeners the rundown on the most outrageous and topical posts from social media in a daily 45-second vignette.

Hytner, who received critical acclaim for his portrayal of Jerry’s nemesis, Kenny Bania, on the long running hit Seinfeld, gives hilarious takes on what celebrities write on social media or do in the real world.

“We would probably get 5 years of material from the Kardashians alone. But we’re gonna take a swing at everyone,” said Hytner. “We could call it Keeping Up with the Catatonic.”

It’s so good that this man will make 45 seconds feel like a minute!
Available now for barter or cash, Please, Don’t Hit Send gives an absurd look at human nature and all the silly stuff that celebrities share in their social media feeds.

Steve Hytner’s Hollywood connections translate the 1% to the 99% in a single bound
Combined with headlining comedy clubs nationally and his many corporate shows, Steve Hytner is one of America’s best stand ups and most recognized character actors. His TV credits include Modern Family, Hung, Mike and Molly, Two and a Half Men, Curb your Enthusiasm, CSI, CSI New York, Boston Legal, Friends, Roswell, King of Queens, and of course, Seinfeld.

Hytner’s feature film career began in Ski Patrol and his costarring roles include In the Line of Fire with Clint Eastwood, Forces of Nature with Ben Affleck and Sandra Bullock, The Marrying Man with Alec Baldwin, Eurotrip, Love Stinks, Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, The Haunted Mansion and The Prophecy trilogy with Christopher Walken.

Stations interested in adding Please, Don’t Hit Send should visit the show’s web page to get a FREE trial, or contact us at donthitsend@envisionnetworks.com or 216.831.3761.


Envision Networks®’ Please, Don’t Hit Send Debuts in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Knoxville
Please, Don’t Hit Send