She lies back on a mat and closes her eyes, listening to the shaman's hypnotic chanting. Al Sharpton, whom she interviewed for her new Netflix docuseries "Chelsea Does." The show's topics include race and prejudice, drugs and marriage.
There's a bucket next to her, in case she starts vomiting. (Netflix)Somehow it's not entirely surprising that Handler was immune to the effects of the hallucinogen.
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.
Netflix 2016 The four-part docuseries, with each one-hour episode devoted to a single topic (marriage, racism, drugs, and Silicon Valley), served as a teaser for her upcoming three-times-a-week talk show, which will debut on the streaming service in May.
— that she only got her show “Chelsea Lately” because she was dating the former head of E!
titled “Too Hot to Handler,” she was asked out on a date by Scooter.But I'm sure now that I've said that, someone's gonna see me face down in the lobby of a hotel," she says, sitting in her bedroom months after her trek to South America.Handler decided to experiment with ayahuasca as part of her new docuseries, "Chelsea Does," which will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival this week, a day before it launches on Netflix on Jan. In each of the series' four episodes, Handler explores a different topic: There's one about race and prejudice, in which she visits an old Southern plantation and sits down with prominent leaders like the Rev.I have a torn a new asshole on many a buffoon who has dared suggest that luck, talent, hard work and savvy had nothing to do with it. When a man has connections in Hollywood, it is called “having connections.” But when an attractive and intelligent woman has the same thing, she must have spread her legs to get it. She herself knows “Chelsea Lately” is not friggin’ “Mad Men.” But guess what?Remember when reporter Andrew Goldman from flat-out asked Whitney Cummings “how accurate” jokes were that she’d slept her way to the top? Neither is “Tosh.0,” “The Late Show,” “The Soup,” or any other show fronted by a funny dude.