First Look at Chelsea Handler's New Netflix Series

Chelsea Handler is no stranger to controversy and rarely holds back on her opinions. Kind of like an American version of Katie Hopkins but infinitely more likeable.

Having previously hosted her own late night talk show on the E! network from 2007 to 2014, Handler has now headed on over to Netflix where she has a new documentary series on the way called 'Chelsea Does'.

Directed by Oscar and Emmy-nominated Eddie Schmidt (This Film Is Not Yet Rated, Valentine Road) Chelsea Does is comprised of four revealing, funny and introspective films (Chelsea Does Marriage, Chelsea Does Racism, Chelsea Does Silicon Valley, Chelsea Does Drugs) featuring Handler exploring topics of personal and universal fascination, from marriage to drugs, to racism and Silicon Valley.

According to a release from Netflix, "With her unique voice and provocative point of view, Chelsea will be seen confronting the topics that connect humanity, having the hard conversations about things that are not easy to talk about, and calibrating and learning who she is along the way."

It was announced today that 'Chelsea Does' will make its world premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival on Friday, 22nd January and will launch exclusively to Netflix members worldwide on Saturday, 23rd January.


Check out the just-released official trailer below.

Does it look like something you could spend a lazy winter Saturday watching? Sure what else would you be doing in January?

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