Her comedy tours, which accompanied the books’ releases, have grossed million.
Netflix 2014 To promote her most recent book, Uganda Be Kidding Me, Handler performed a live comedy show in Chicago produced by Borderline Amazing that was recorded and released exclusively on Netflix.
In a note announcing these first details, Handler mentions that she'll be "traveling around the world and learning new things," so it's possible that the show will look more like her comedy specials than a traditional talk show.
Handler is yet to announce the show's name, either.
Handler's initial conversations with Yeti began nearly a year ago.
While Yeti did much of the app design, she arrived with ideas about what the app should look like.
” In a few weeks, carpenters will begin construction on the set of her upcoming Netflix talk show, scheduled to begin streaming in 190 nations on May 11.
The comedienne has taken to Twitter to combat rumors of a possible new romance with rap artist 50 Cent. “There’s nothing to report yet, ill [sic] let you know if there is.” The “Chelsea Lately” host spoke out after TMZ posted a picture of the pair sitting close to each other at the Blue Nile jazz bar in New Orleans on Monday, claiming a “spy” told the site that Chelsea and 50 were “getting very hot and heavy with each other.” The 35-year-old funny woman (who confirmed her breakup from long-time boyfriend Ted Harbert, CEO of Comcast Entertainment Group, via her late night show in January) has recently been linked to Animal Planet’s “Into the Pride” host, Dave Salmoni (who will be a guest on to watch the interview, or check your local listings.).
titled “Too Hot to Handler,” she was asked out on a date by Scooter.
Borderline Amazing Productions 2009–present In addition to most of Handler’s own programs, Handler’s production company created and produced 2014 Handler’s essay collections, five in less than 10 years, have sold more than 2 million copies combined—and were all New York Times best sellers, with four reaching the No. The confessional writings explore similar themes of sex, alcohol, and the embarrassments of her youth in New Jersey.
In an episode of her new Netflix documentary series, "Chelsea Does," comedian Chelsea Handler works through her frustrations around technology.
She even helped create her own app, called Gotta Go.