In the last couple of months, the company has inked deals with a number of high-profile performers such as Dave Chappelle, Louis CK, Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld, and Amy Schumer. Yet the next two will come from the same person, and according to a new teaser just released by the streaming service, Dave Chappelle: The Age of Spin and Dave Chappelle: Deep in the Heart of Texas will be available for viewing on March 21st. He's reportedly making a whopping $60 million for all three installments.
Given that the two performances are previously recorded shows from his personal comedy vault, it isn't surprising that Netflix was able to manage a fairly quick turnaround. He mentions everything from Martin Luther King Jr.to O.J. Simpson, not to mention Bigfoot riding a unicorn. "I know I've been gone for a very long time", he begins, referencing his absence from public life after leaving Chappelle's Show in 2005.
These are the first stand-up specials from Chappel since 2004's What It's Worth.
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You can watch the Dave Chappelle teaser in the clip below from the Netflix YouTube channel.
Needless to say, fans will be excited to see what the comedian has in store for them.
A helluva lot of fantastic comedians' new stand-up specials are coming exclusively to Netflix in 2017.