The comedian doubles down on misogyny and transphobia in both the special and the hidden bonus scene that follows.
Those worried that a black comic was being treated unfairly raised key questions facing comedy, even if it was for the wrong example.
Because Netflix Canada could step up its TV game.
Chappelle's Netflix special 'Equanimity' drops on New Year's Eve.
Netflix announced the date with a video that drops Chappelle into an episode of 'Stranger Things.'
Sketches featuring Dave Chappelle as Prince, Rick James, and Lil Jon—plus televised performances by Kanye West, Erykah Badu, Big Boi, and more—are still influencing pop culture today. In other words, "Game, blouses."
Dave Chappelle also took one home for his hosting appearance on this year's Trump-skewering season of 'Saturday Night Live.'
"Everybody has their own perspective, and recognizing someone else's perspective blows my mind a hundred thousand percent."
We talk to the veteran comedian about his hilarious and impressively non-Trumpy new Netflix special.
Say what you want about the guy, but, the fact is, he makes bank.
"The jokes were mean, they were lazy. They were something I never thought I'd see: Dave Chappelle punching down."
The first two specials are dropping March 21.