[04/03/17 - 10:00 AM] Video: Chelsea's Back - Season 2 Trailer & Key Art The ever-candid comedian and talk show host is back for Season Two of "Chelsea," exclusively on Netflix.
[via press release from Netflix]
RETRO CHELSEA HANDLER // TRAILER + KEY ART
Looks like Chelsea Handler decided not to leave the country after all!
The ever-candid comedian and talk show host is back for Season Two of Chelsea, exclusively on Netflix. Chelsea premieres on Friday, April 14 with a new, one-hour episode streaming at 12:00pm PT every Friday.
Following the election, Chelsea traveled to India, London, Paris and Spain to flirt with the idea of living outside the walls of a Trump administration. Turns out, Chunk and Tammy are only legal in the US, so Chelsea is back in LA at her new Sunset Bronson studio leaning into the topics that matter to her most, all with the same acerbic wit you know and love.
The premiere episode packs a punch with Melissa McCarthy, Ben Falcone and the cast of Nobodies (Larry Dorf, Hugh Davidson & Rachel Ramras), CNN's Van Jones, Christiane Amanpour and Veep's Matt Walsh. Future episodes include guests such as Charlize Theron (4/21); Rosario Dawson, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Senator Cory Booker (4/28); and an Education Dinner Party with Jim Parsons, Rashida Jones, Gaby Hoffmann, and Mary McCormack (5/5).
Season Two of Chelsea will feature unfiltered, revealing conversations with Hollywood's A-list, world leaders, and notable guests from all walks of life. Viewers will be invited to travel the world with the fearless host, grab a seat at the table for her intimate dinner parties, and be entertained by comedy bits and Chelsea's off-the-cuff humor. The sophomore season of Chelsea, which now streams as a one-hour episode every Friday, promises to be louder and bolder especially in today's political climate.
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