Handler's initial conversations with Yeti began nearly a year ago.
While Yeti did much of the app design, she arrived with ideas about what the app should look like.
Sure, Handler’s reliance on gags about the Kardashian family, Angelina Jolie, and black men was dull-minded at best (and got her a bit of flak from time to time), but she was the One.
She should be seen within the full context of late night. That conversation, as it pertains to Handler, is over now: With the addition of Trevor Noah, Larry Wilmore, and Samantha Bee, late night looks a bit more diverse, and Handler has moved to Netflix.
She lies back on a mat and closes her eyes, listening to the shaman's hypnotic chanting. Al Sharpton, whom she interviewed for her new Netflix docuseries "Chelsea Does." The show's topics include race and prejudice, drugs and marriage.
There's a bucket next to her, in case she starts vomiting. (Netflix)Somehow it's not entirely surprising that Handler was immune to the effects of the hallucinogen.
TV personality Chelsea Handler is back for Season 2 of her Netflix talk show “Chelsea.” “Extra’s” Renee Bargh sat down with Chelsea, who dished on what fans can expect when the show returns Friday.
The comedian and actress, who has been outspoken regarding the current political climate in the U.
Handler decided to experiment with ayahuasca as part of her new docuseries, "Chelsea Does," which will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival this week, a day before it launches on Netflix on Jan. In each of the series' four episodes, Handler explores a different topic: There's one about race and prejudice, in which she visits an old Southern plantation and sits down with prominent leaders like the Rev.Originally, she wanted to make an app to get people out of bad dates.The concept soon evolved, according to Yeti president Tony Scherba.I can’t even imagine the circumstances that would call for them to treat a man like that, poor guy.” She smiled as she offered, “American Airlines all the way.” Chelsea’s show will continue to feature politics since “it’s the best topic around, but she will try some new things, too.She revealed, “We’ve traveled to so many places this season. Netflix is kind of like, ‘Here, leave the country for a while and we’ll pay.'” The show is also expanding — from 30 minutes to an hour.