And as Netflix' first trailer proves, the comedy legend hasn't stopped courting controversy with his jokes. Not since 2004's For What It's Worth has the deliberately reclusive comedian filmed one of his sets, although he's gone on sporadic tours and most recently returned to the spotlight with his exceptional post-Trump appearance as the Saturday Night Live. We'll have to wait until March 21, when Two Cities, One Event launches on Netflix, to see what subjects the ever-shrewd Chappelle tackles.
The trailer combines both of his specials dropping next week: Dave Chappelle: The Age of Spin and Dave Chappelle: Deep in the Heart of Texas.
Dave Chappelle returns with two new stand-up specials on March 21, his first in 12 years.
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In the minute of clips from his personal archives, Chappelle is back with the dry delivery and hint of a smirk that define his sharp comedy and work on The Chappelle Show. Longtime fans of the comedians biting, adult humor will find nothing less than Dave's best on topics ranging from ISIS to the dietary dangers of salt for African Americans. Each hourlong special was self-financed by Chappelle, who's been the recipient of three Emmy nominations over the years for both his Comedy Central series and his comedy specials.