This is a series that describes black comedy since the 1960s, produced by Kevin Hart.

It is just now coming out, and I intend to watch in order to hone my skills at offending people.

But seriously, comedians are funny because they push the envelope. Comedy that offends has been getting harsher and harsher ever since the “celebrity roast” events started happening in the 1970s.

Perhaps the godfather of offensive comedy was Don Rickles who used to call unruly audience members “hockey pucks.”

But this show is more about geniuses like Eddie Murphy and Richard Pryor who carved out comedy niches all their own.

‘Right to Offend’ charts the ‘Black Comedy Revolution’ from the ’60s through today