We’re nine episodes into Netflix’s first talk show hosted by the hilarious Chelsea Handler. So far, The Chelsea Show has been getting positive feedback. I certainly enjoy it. Here are a few reasons why:
One: Chelsea is real and has no reason to hide it. Netflix encourages her no-filter type personality, and it comes across.
Life is messy. That's what I want my show to be. Messy, real, and informative. And my home grown fuck you attitude. Let's get messy.
— Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler) May 12, 2016
Two: It’s not just about comedy. There are some serious topics covered. One of the episodes last week covered the political debate, and this past episode included a discussion on human trafficking. I was also beyond fascinated by the episode the covered porn induced-erectile dysfunction. Yep, that’s a thing.
Three: The celebrity guests are pretty great. She’s had Drew Barrymore, Ashton Kutcher, Chris Evans, Wanda Sykes, and Gwen Stefani, among others. Although, I realized that Gwen really shouldn’t talk for too long. She should stick to singing.
I love this woman because she's an original badass. She's on Wednesday's show and it's my favorite so far. pic.twitter.com/9NayqN9brK
— Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler) May 17, 2016
Four: Things get straight up awkward…while still holding onto a humorous charm.
Five: Netflix format of releasing new episodes every Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday gives me something to look forward to for the second half of my work week. However, if I don’t have time to watch an episode, I can binge a few at a time. Oh, and trust me, it is binge worthy.
Don’t believe me? Go watch the Chelsea Show on Netflix and find out for yourself.
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