She’s obviously pretty jazzed about the new sort of TV project, and she’s using the platform as a launch pad to talk about what’s wrong with late night, and namely Stephen Colbert’s new show. Here’s what she had to say in a recent interview.
Chelsea Handler is not pulling any punches for her ex-employer E!, saying that she doesn't have "a lot of respect" for her former bosses.
I don't know enough to understand what that must be like for a parent or what it means to be a parent, for that matter. But I do know what it's like to be loved, because my mother showed me what that meant, even when she should have been out of love herself.
Chelsea Handler has written five books filled with personal anecdotes and observations, so there’s very little about her that hasn’t already been dropped into the public arena. Even so, she can hold an audience rapt with a few tidbits from her personal journey from New Jersey teen to soon-to-be Netflix series host.
Nick Offerman and Chelsea Handler on Men, Women, and Genitalia
On TV sitcoms: "It's lame. It's all so lame."
Who wasn't on the Chelsea Lately finale?! On Tuesday night, Chelsea Handler wrapped up "seven years of ridiculous stupidity" with her hour-long series finale of her late-night talk show. It was such a special occasion that Chelsea wore white and Chuy wore a tux -- and to say there were a few A-listers in attendance is an understatement.
Chelsea Handler has lined up her next TV gig and it is the one she’d wanted all along — a talk show on Netflix. After months of negotiations and speculation, the streaming service has announced a deal with the comedian that includes a talk show, to launch in early 2016, as well as stand-up special and four docu-comedy specials.