Chelsea Handler Returns to Netflix with Standup Comedy Special Directed by Her Ex-Boyfriend Jo Koy

Chelsea Controller’s most current venture is practically here — and it includes a cooperation with her ex, Jo Koy.

On Monday, Netflix declared that the entertainer, 47, will get back to Netflix with another satire extraordinary named Insurgency. The expected occasion will debut on Dec. 27, 2022.

“The celebrated, grant winning humorist sets free on her life – including her decision to stay childless and alone (except for her canines), dating during the pandemic while her family attacks her home, and her vision for a future where men don’t wear back-peddles,” peruses a logline from the decoration.

This is Controller’s first standup exceptional since 2020’s Grammy-selected Development on HBO Max. It was taped on June 10 at the Ryman Hall in Nashville during Controller’s Immunized and Horny Visit — and was coordinated by her then-beau. Only three weeks after the extraordinary was taped, Controller and Koy, 51, declared they were separating.

On July 18, Controller shared a video on Instagram that the two intended to share on their one-year commemoration. In the subtitle, Overseer stated, “It is with crushing sadness to report that we have chosen together that it is best as far as we’re concerned to enjoy some time off from our relationship at this moment.”


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In her contacting Instagram post, Overseer told fans, “I know a considerable lot of you were put resources into our affection, and I needed to communicate to you how much that intended to the two of us. The amount it actually implies. Furthermore, the amount I presently have confidence in affection for every single one of us.”

She showed respect for Koy and said he “blew my heart open with adoration and as a result of him, my background has changed for eternity.”

Controller and Koy were presented by a shared companion very nearly quite a while back. Koy then proceeded to show up on Controller’s previous E! show, Chelsea Of late, which ran from 2007 to 2014. The couple opened up to the world about their relationship in September 2021. Overseer’s extraordinary wasn’t the main big satire declaration to come from Netflix this month.

Last Thursday, Netflix declared that Chris Rock will turn into the very first craftsman to perform live on the streaming stage.

The yet-to-be-named satire extraordinary will stream worldwide in mid 2023, as per a public statement, with additional subtleties to be reported sometime in the not too distant future.

Overseer’s new extraordinary, Unrest, is leader delivered by Controller, Michelle Caputo and Shannon Hartman. It is set to debut on Netflix debut on Dec. 27, 2022.

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