Dave Chappelle is back.
Netflix has announced that they're releasing two Chappelle specials on March 21, and to preview them, the streaming service has released a short teaser trailer. The Age of Spin was filmed in Los Angeles last March. He's reportedly making a whopping $60 million for all three installments. The panoramic monologue he delivered during his debut on "Saturday Night Live" - the highest rated SNL in three years - was the comic relief the country needed following the 2016 Presidential election that personified our nation's deep racial divide. But, what really makes the clip is how Chappelle is never seen speaking or looking into the camera. Both were helmed by veteran sitcom director Stan Lathan. "I know I've been gone for a very long time", he begins before riffing on O.J. Simpson and Bigfoot.
"By the end of this year, unless somebody mounts a tremendous counterattack, which is getting increasingly harder, Netflix will have utter domination of one of five or six genres that exist". So far, the premiere date hasn't been revealed.
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Will you be checking out the Chappelle specials?
On Thursday, Netflix announced that the premere for two of the stand-up specials will be Tuesday, March 21, which is basically tomorrow.