Chelsea Information

Chelsea is an American web television late-night talk show hosted by comedian Chelsea Handler. The show debuted on May 11, 2016 and streams Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday each week worldwide. There will be 90 episodes of the talk show per year and each episode will be 30 minutes. The show tapes Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of each week that it airs. It is Netflix's first talk show. The show covers "real topics" with a sense of humor like Chelsea Does. She will have celebrities on the show. Her comedic partner Chuy will not be a part of the series. The show will have a global outlook as Handler said, "Netflix makes me able to do stories that are global, and it makes me able to pay attention to the stuff that does interest me in a way that will be able to be disseminated into all these different countries."


Chelsea is part of Handler's deal with Netflix that she made in July which included a stand-up special titled Uganda Be Kidding Me Live and a four-part docu-comedy special called Chelsea Does. The theme song was written by electro pop artist Memoryy

On March 16, 2016, Handler announced on Twitter that each episode would be released at 12:01 a.m. U.S. Pacific Time (3:01 a.m. U.S. Eastern and 8:01 a.m. UTC) on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings, three times a week, including holiday periods where episodes would be "banked" for release or reduced to airing two per week. On that same day, Handler submitted a hand-written memo to herself concerning the new show and the memo said "PREMIERES MAY 11TH". She announced that she and Netflix would unveil the name of the show on her Twitter chat.

Regarding the title of the show, Handler said that "We thought long and hard about the title for my ....Netflix show, and there was a whole team at Netflix who worked on it; we hired a digital department and some small children who work in various countries to help roll this show out, and after two to three long hours, we came up with the name "?Chelsea. It is named after herself.

The show will not be live but will be filmed in front of a live audience. Handler explained why: "It has to be fed into 190 countries, which prohibits us from going live on Netflix, so we"?re going to tape and then they will stream and feed it into every other country and territory that they"?re in and then it will come on about probably 12 hours after we tape it."

She expressed that she wants this show to be different from the typical late-night format saying, "I don"?t want it to be like a talk show every night where I come out singing and dancing every night."


|ShortSummary = Chelsea kicks off a whole new journey of discovery and delinquency with guests Drew Barrymore, Chris Martin and the U.S. secretary of education, John King, Jr. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Chelsea talks lube with Gwyneth Paltrow and lobbying with Tony Hale, tests her acting chops in a telenova, and learns the secret to an ace TED talk. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Chris Evans and the Captain America: Civil War cast dish on superhero culture and Hollywood's blind spots, and Chadwick Boseman schools Chelsea on Black Panther. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Chelsea talks tour life with Gwen Stefani, steps out with a colourful Harajuku squad, and studies the moon with NASA's "Mohawk Guy", Bobak Ferdowsi. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Chelsea delves into the U.S. presidential race with comedian Wanda Sykes, former Obama speechwriter Jon Favreau and a posse of senior Florida voters. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Chelsea reaches for a big note with the Grammy-winning The Voice coach and steps into the rink with a pair of Russian figure skaters. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Senator Boxer and African-American churchgoers break down what's at stake in the 2016 election. Snapchat guru DJ Khaled preaches the keys to success. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary =Recovering addicts warn of porn's troubling side effect, and the Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star charts her journey from despair to a Golden Globe. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary =The actor-turned-mogul shares investing tips and joins Cindy McCain to shed light on human trafficking. Chelsea steps out as a dog walker for hire. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary =Avowed non-parent Chelsea grills Kate Hudson and others about the appeal of raising kids and has her nails done by a gender-nonconforming 9-year-old. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary =The Science Guy weighs in on Chelsea's cryotherapy experiment and his new thinking on GMOs. Masters of Sex star Lizzy Caplan performs a magic trick. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = MSNBC's Jacob Soboroff explains the fuss over superdelegates, and astrology maven Megan Fox tries to make sense of mixed signals in Chelsea's chart. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Chelsea dives into a grueling mud race, Will Arnett puts a new spin on Trump's tweets, and The Daily Show Hasan Minhaj talks Indian toilets. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Chelsea talks threesomes with the The Do-Over star, waits tables with her niece, and gets the inside scoop on Melissa Arnot's historic Everest feat. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = The rapper joins California Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom to push for game-changing action on pot. Chelsea tries working out stoned with an MMA fighter. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Chelsea delves into the world of Narcos with star Wagner Moura and real-life DEA agent Javier Pea. Arianna Huffington warns of sleeping pill risks. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = The actress opens up about her LGBT travel show and the devastating toll of the Orlando shooting. Also featuring Florence Henderson, Von Miller. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Chelsea gives Mexican teens a whack at Donald Trump, while Keith Olbermann sizes up the candidate's psyche. Anna Faris and Allison Janney talk Kegels. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = People v. O.J. star Sarah Paulson praises Marcia Clark. Nancy Pelosi calls for action on guns. Jason Biggs and Jenny Mollen share wild travel tales. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Walking Dead star Norman Reedus gives Chelsea a taste of motorcycle culture. Strahan talks flirting, good fortune and his new underwear line. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Comedians Adam DeVine and Maria Bamford talk stand-ups, psych wards and success. Chelsea tries a mindful coloring session with Metta World Peace. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = The actress details a hair-raising outing in Hawaii. Comedian Jim Gaffigan responds to the backlash over his manicure tweet. Plus, modern dating tips. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = The country star reveals how girlfriend Gwen Stefani upstaged him on his birthday. Former congressman Barney Frank shares his ideal Democratic ticket. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Alexander Skarsgrd reveals his punishing Legend of Tarzan diet, Aubrey Plaza fantasizes about freeing dolphins, and Chelsea studies the red planet. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Chelsea sips mezcal with actor Diego Luna, gets a history lesson from Eva Longoria and grills former Mexican president Fox on bullfighting and Trump. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = The Mad Max star opens up about her nontraditional family and dream of stamping out HIV. Jacob Soboroff sizes up VP rumors ahead of the RNC and DNC. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = The Real Time host rips into Donald Trump, a former top cop talks police militarization, and Olympian Tony Azevedo reveals racy water polo secrets. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = The Glee and '#RichKids' stars talk coming out, gay bars and evolving labels. A transgender woman and her partner share their transitioning story. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = The actress responds to Ghostbusters skeptics and flouts fashion norms with her new clothing line. Zachary Quinto celebrates a 'Star Trek' first. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Suicide Squad star Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje and chef Gordon Ramsay break down Britain's predicament. Tickled lifts the lid on a surreal world. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = NeNe Leakes, Clay Aiken and fellow Celebrity Apprentice alums dissect the GOP nominee's appeal. Comedian Jim Jefferies poses with male strippers. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Chelsea rents her house out to a Filipino family on Airbnb, Jay Leno relives a hairy crash, and actress Gillian Jacobs shares a terror of improv. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = The Orphan Black star shares the secret to playing clones. The Go-Go's reflect on 38 years of fun, fame and fistfights, ahead of their farewell tour. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Reese Witherspoon, Common and friends of different faiths open up about their spiritual journeys. Chelsea gets a crash course in religious history. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Emotions run high as Chelsea crashes her first political convention and learns about a civil rights hero. With Jacob Soboroff and David Axelrod. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Jason Biggs hops into the pool with the U.S. men's Olympic water polo team. The irrepressible Denis Leary riffs on his wild past and 27-year marriage. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Chelsea's niece steps in as co-host, and Bryce Dallas Howard offers tips on growing up in a famous family. James Carville marvels at Trump's behavior. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Mayor Aja Brown fights to rebuild a city plagued by turmoil. David Axelrod offers insights on Obama. Michael Kelly talks eerie House of Cards plots. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = In the land of vodka, Chelsea braves a bracing spa ritual, tries rhythmic gymnastics with Maria Sharapova and probes the mystery of Russian men. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Chelsea gets sex tips from an adult film icon, talks history with Ben-Hur star Jack Huston and urges the American Ninja Warrior hosts to man up. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = The actress reflects on her complex relationship with social media after the death of her father, Robin. Plus, Jon Favreau on Obama's writing habits. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Chelsea asks Tinder CEO Sean Rad for help with her profile and heads into the wilderness for survival school. With Eric Andr and Joel Kinnaman. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Sparks fly as Chelsea talks cats, fame and Obama with comedian Marc Maron and actress Natasha Lyonne. Plus, Olympic swimming champ Nathan Adrian. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Kate Upton and a crew of YouTube stars discuss the life-changing power of social media. Nasty Gal's Sophia Amoruso shares her wild success story. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Model Ashley Graham and country singer Jana Kramer bond over their brushes with public shaming. Plus, beauty pageant boot camp and comic Jimmy Carr. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Hasan Minhaj of The Daily Show recounts his hair-raising trip to the RNC, and the women of Mr. Robot celebrate their stereotype-defying roles. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = New Girl star Max Greenfield hails the joys of fantasy football, Noah Galloway discusses his post-DWTS breakup, and Jeff Ross roasts Ann Coulter. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Comedian David Cross mourns the 'quaint' early stages of Trump's campaign. Chelsea and Sully actor Aaron Eckhart talk phobias and hypnosis. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Chelsea invites a politically diverse group including W. Kamau Bell and S.E. Cupp to dissect the rise of Trump and the issues that divide Americans. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = The kids from Stranger Things talk sudden fame and welcome a surprise visitor. Abigail Breslin slams an offensive tweet. Plus, comedian Bob Saget. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Oscar winner Patricia Arquette makes an urgent plea for equal pay, and Aisha Tyler rejects the toxic female relationships depicted on TV. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Neil deGrasse Tyson explains the hazards of zero gravity intimacy. Michael Sheen talks Masters of Sex. |LineColor= 000000 }}

|ShortSummary = Sarah Silverman opens up about a recent health scare and her fiery DNC remarks. Gloria Steinem talks politics and her Emmy nominated Vice show. |LineColor= 000000 }} }}

See also

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