Jerry Seinfeld will debut a brand new standup particular Could 5 on Netflix, the streamer introduced Friday.
Entitled “Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours to Kill,” the brand new hour-long occasion sees the famend comic returning to the Beacon Theatre in New York Metropolis to ship extra sharp takes on on a regular basis life.
That is Seinfeld’s second standup particular with the streamer. He signed a multi-faceted manufacturing cope with Netflix in 2017 that assured two authentic standup specials. The primary, “Jerry Earlier than Seinfeld,” launched in September 2017 and featured a mixture of modern-day standup units with beforehand never-before-seen supplies from his life, together with movies from his childhood, authorized pads crammed with jokes he has written since 1975, and extra. That particular picked up an Emmy nomination for selection particular directing.
Seinfeld additionally has “Comedians in Vehicles Getting Espresso” on the streamer. The newest season of this sequence premiered in June 2019 and featured conversations with different legendary comedians from Eddie Murphy to Martin Quick, in addition to actors together with Jamie Foxx and Matthew Broderick.
As of 2021, all 180 episodes of Seinfeld’s self-titled sitcom may even be out there on Netflix, in a streaming rights deal signed in September 2019.
“Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours to Kill” joins an ever-growing lineup of standup specials on Netflix. Different latest choices embody “Taylor Tomlinson: Quarter-Life Disaster,” “Pete Davidson: Alive From New York” and Marc Maron’s “Finish Occasions Enjoyable.” Within the weeks main as much as “Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours to Kill,” Netflix will premiere Chris D’Elia’s “No Ache,” and shortly after Seinfeld’s particular, “Patton Oswalt: I Love Every little thing” will comply with.