Chelsea Handler takes on Silicon Valley in the first trailer for her new series, Chelsea Does.
The four-part documentary sees the outspoken talk show host tackle four modern topics that connect the world.
Directed by Oscar and Emmy-nominated Eddie Schmidt (This Film Is Not Yet Rated) and executive produced by Schmidt, Handler and Morgan Neville, the Oscar-winning helmer of 20 Feet From Stardom, the episodes cover marriage, racism, drugs and the tech hub that is home to companies such as Apple and Facebook.
The show promises to confront the subject with “her unique voice and provocative point of view… having the hard conversations about things that are not easy to talk about, and calibrating and learning who she is along the way”.
To give fans a taste of what’s in store, Netflix is releasing a string of trailers for each episode’s theme, with the first featuring Silicon Valley. The show, menawhile, will premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, before being released on Saturday 23rd January.
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