Chelsea Handler has a new stand-up comedy special on Netflix.

By | November 16, 2022

Chelsea Hunter is returning to Netflix.

The comedian is bringing her latest stand-up special to the stream on December 27. Difference He learned alone.

The special, titled “Revolution,” marks Handler’s return to Netflix, years after hosting her own talk show “Chelsea,” the streaming service’s first talk-show debut in 2016.

“Revolution” sees her unraveling her life – including her choice to remain childless and single (except for her dogs), courtship during the outbreak, and her vision of a future where her family invades her home and no men. Wear reversible clothing.

Hurdler serves as executive producer on “Revolution” along with Michelle Caputo and Shannon Hartman. Joe Coy directed the stand-up special. She is currently on the road for her “Vaccine & Horny Tour” which ends December 16th. The one and a half year long tour will include 115 shows in over 90 cities. On June 10, 2022, the Netflix special was filmed during a stop at Ryman Hall in Nashville, Tenn.

“Revolution” is Handler’s first special since launching “Evolution” on HBO Max in 2020. It was her first special status in six years. In the year In 2014, Handler’s “Uganda’s Gotta Be Funny: Live” debuted on Netflix, marking her first major deal with the streamer.

Handler said NBCUniversal owned E! In the year In 2014, she made history when she landed a deal at Netflix for several projects, including her stage debut, “Chelsea,” which ran from 2007 to 2014, when she hosted the hit show “Chelsea Lately.” ” and “Chelsea Dawes,” a four-part reality-style docuseries in which she explores marriage, racism, Silicon Valley and drugs. In the year In 2019, she executive produced and starred in the streaming documentary, Hello, Privilege. I’m Chelsea. Despite Handler’s popularity, “Chelsea,” which aired in 2016-2017, was canceled after two seasons. Over the years, Netflix has continued to struggle to find success with the binge model of topical talk show formats – but has become an industry leader in stand-up comedy, attracting top-tier talent such as Kevin Hart, Ricky Gervais, Dave Chappelle. Martin Short, Steve Martin, Pete Davidson and Chris Rock, will be the first comedians to bring a live special to Netflix in 2023.

Handler’s slate is full these days. In addition to her tour, her “Dear Chelsea” podcast, she guest hosted “Jimmy Kimmel Live” last summer and in a recent interview with DifferenceExpressing her desire to return to the night, the comedian is hosting the Critics’ Choice Awards in January 2023.

On Monday night, Handler is set to appear on “Late Night With Seth Meyers” to discuss Netflix’s “Revolution” more.

Hurdler is repped by UTA, Sharon Jackson by Ocean Avenue Management and Mahdi Salihi by Hanson, Jacobson, Teller, Hoberman, Newman, Warren, Richman, Rush & Kaler.

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