Chris Rock’s next stand-up comedy special is coming really soon to Netflix.
The legendary comedian announced on Instagram Tuesday that his first taped special in 10 years is dropping on Netflix in the early hours of Wednesday, aka Valentine’s Day. The new special, titled Tamborine, will be the comedian’s seventh stand-up special and is the first of two specials he’ll be doing for Netflix. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Rock made a $40 million deal with Netflix to create two stand-up specials.
Over the years, Rock has won three Grammy awards for Best Comedy Album. His last special, Kill the Messenger, was released through HBO in 2008. Rock has still been performing stand-up comedy on the road but none of his shows have been taped or released to the public.
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