(AllHipHop News) It’s been a decade since Chris Rock’s last full televised stand-up performance. The veteran entertainer is back with a new hour-long special for Netflix.
Chris Rock: Tamborine debuted on the streaming service overnight. Bo Burnham directed the program which was filmed at New York’s Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Netflix reportedly paid the comedic legend $40 million for two shows. Rock’s last special was HBO’s Emmy-winning Kill the Messenger in 2008.
“Chris Rock is a beloved actor and director, and his remarkable stand-up makes him comic royalty. There is no one like him, and Netflix offers the global platform and creative freedom that will serve as a perfect home for someone with his incredible talent,” stated Ted Sarandos, Netflix Chief Content Officer.