This Is Chris Rock’s First-ever Livestreamed Comedy Show

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The well-known American comedian Chris Rock will host Netflix’s first livestreamed comedy show, which will premiere in March 2023 and be streamed online.

For a prestigious project, Chris Rock, a well-known comedian from the United States, will work with Netflix, an online video streaming service. The first-ever live-streamed comedy show on the well-known platform features Chris as the headliner.

The intriguing news was declared by Netflix, with an exceptional update. The eagerly anticipated show, titled “Chris Rock: Selective Outrage is expected to begin streaming Selective Outrage on March 4, 2023.

For those who are unfamiliar, Chris Rock: The American comedian will work with Netflix for the second time on Selective Outrage. In 2018, the multifaceted talent collaborated with the OTT giant for the first time for the well-received show Tambroline.

In November of this year, the streaming platform announced its second collaboration with Chris. Even though it was made public that he is working on a comedy show with Netflix, the decision to stream it live surprised many people. According to the news, Chris Rock: Baltimore will host the majority of filming for Selective Outrage.

Chris Rock’s Latest World Tour, Dates And More

Chris Rock won numerous awards and accolades during his time working for American television. The comedian had received numerous other prestigious awards, including 15 nominations and four Emmy Awards.

The actor and comedian began his career in film as a supporting actor and gradually developed a passion for filmmaking and writing. Together with his friend and comedian Louis CK, he wrote the 2001 film ‘Down to Earth’. Chris went on to become a writer and a filmmaker over time.

The diverse ability started his relationship with the Oscars in 2005, by hosting the 77th Academy Awards. Chris Rock was criticized for his style of roasting guests, which did not go over well with Oscar officials.

However, in 2015, he hosted the show once more and received praise for his powerful stage performance. But Will Smith’s slap on Chris Rock for making fun of his wife Jada Pinkett Smith’s health at the Oscars in 2022 made headlines.

Chris Rock revealed in 2020 that he had been diagnosed with a neurological condition called non-verbal learning disorder, which prevents him from understanding and learning nonverbal cues.

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