Chelsea Handler has handwritten her own press release for her upcoming Netflix series. See a photo of it, below. The series is still without a title. Handler and Netflix are taking suggestions on Twitter. In her Facebook post announcing the new show, Handler had “checked in” at Sony Pictures Studios, so it looks like the Sony is the studio.
The release reads:
This is your new show schedule, so if you’re thinking
about having a baby — DON’T. Your new show will be on
every WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, + FRIDAY on NETFLIX
30 MINUTES | 3X a week | NO COMMERCIALS.
–I know it’s hard for you, but waking up is a great
way to start the day.
–You’ll be traveling around the world and learning
new things, all courtesy of NETFLIX. Treat this as an
opportunity to get the college education you forgot
–Sign up for Netflix.
–When interviewing respected public figures, ask yourself,
“What would Byron Allen do?” Then do the opposite.
–Once an episode is up and streaming on Netflix, it
will be available until the end of time, so put a little
more thought into what you say this time around.
–Never give up on your dream quest list.
3. Michelle Obama
2. The Pope
1. Arnold Schwarzaneggar’s [sic] maid.
–You’ll be streaming in 196 countries, so remember
to keep a deeper, more culturally sensitive perspective
Especially toward the Germans, they’re still touchy
about everything they did.
–You wanted a new show. You got it. You wanted to be
on Netflix. You are. You wanted to spread your wings.
Now fly, BITCH.
PREMIERES MAY 11th
P.S. It’s an election year. Good timing, girl.
Here’s the photo (you didn’t think we made that up, right?):
Handler is soliciting feedback on Twitter:
Answering questions about my new @Netflix show tomorrow morning, live, here, 9 AM PT. Send me some questions before if you want
— Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler) March 16, 2016
The most popular title is by @fhaid. What else you got? @netflix pic.twitter.com/wP973t55f6
— Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler) March 15, 2016
Netflix is, too:
.@ksqueed @chelseahandler Definitely would get some eyeballs on something like this. pic.twitter.com/mduTC7Uvlk
— Netflix US (@netflix) March 15, 2016
Are you a Chelsea Handler fan? What do you think she should call her new Netflix TV series? Do you plan to watch? Let us know, below.