Chappelle's previous specials on the streamer, which came out in late 2017, heralded his explosion back onto the national stage after an extended hiatus.
The official description calls this new special "unflinching and boundary-pushing" with Dave giving "his provocative perspective on the tidal wave of celebrity scandals, the opioid crisis, and more - in trademarked Chappelle fashion".
And now another one's en route, one which this trailer suggests will find Chappelle "risking it all" (that Morgan Freeman, a problematic figure in his own right, has been brought back to deliver this voiceover is probably another conversation worth having).
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Morgan jokingly says in the clip, "how did we get here", but rather than referring to the political climate, the narrator refers to the background in which Dave is walking: "How did Dave get here?" And it was this upward trend of stand-up comics-turned-actors in the 90s that paved the way for Dave Chappelle and his dominance of the early 2000s.
Comedian Dave Chappelle's fifth comedy special is coming to Netflix later this month. "He tells jokes for a living.These days its a high-stakes game".
Dave Chappelle: Sticks & Stones will premiere on Netflix August 26. I'm really asking, how did Dave get here? He signed a deal with Netflix in 2016 to perform three stand-up specials, which eventually became four. He made a brief, unexpected foray into film a year ago with a cameo performance in A Star Is Born.