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What to expect from Chelsea Handler's upcoming Netflix talk show

After Chelsea Handler’s talk show on E! ended in 2013, the comedian was quickly scooped up by Netflix to produce and star in a new talk show, which will debut this May. (They also signed her on for a four-part docuseries, Chelsea Does, which begins streaming Saturday.) She talked to EW about both the docuseries and what to expect from the talk show, which she says will be anything but standard.

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Chelsea Does: EW review

While we wait on Chelsea Handler’s long-promised Netflix talk show, the sharp, irreverent comic gives us Chelsea Does, a series of thoughtful, funny, personal investigations into such topics as marriage, racism, Silicon Valley, and drugs. Each begins with Chelsea chatting up the subject with pals (including famous friends Margaret Cho and Khloé Kardashian), then wittily wanders.

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Chelsea Handler tackles racism, drugs, and toilets in first Chelsea Does trailer

As anyone who’s even the least bit familar with Chelsea Handler knows, the comedian isn’t afraid to ask questions — and that’s the premise of her new Netflix documentary series, Chelsea Doeswhich features Handler exploring topics like racism and drugs.

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Chelsea Handler talks Chelsea Does: A late-night show is 'the last thing I would ever want to do'

Don’t think that Chelsea Handler’s new Netflix show will be anything like her former show, Chelsea Lately

“It’s not going to look like a late-night talk show,” said the comedian during an appearance on Jason & Jenny… on SiriusXM’s Radio Andy. “The last thing I would ever want to do is a late-night show. We have 15 of them now and I still don’t watch any.”

Handler also said that she and her team will be making the episodes “as live as they can be,” hoping to shoot them the same day that they will air.

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Chelsea Handler shows off her serious side in first promo for Netflix documentary series Chelsea Does

Chelsea Handler’s back: Netflix has released a promo for the comedian’s upcoming documentary series, Chelsea Does, that features her reminding everyone who she is — the former host of E!’s Chelsea Lately and a comic whose past work includes Netflix special Uganda Be Kidding Me: Live along with a book of the same name — and showing off her “serious side.” (Spoiler: It’s not actually that serious.)

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