Netflix has launched the primary trailer for Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours to Kill. The unique comedy special is Seinfeld’s first in 22 years. In the trailer, the comic takes on a James Bond-style supervillain, whereas delivering a few of his trademark observational humor. Seinfeld signed on for 2 comedy specials in 2017, however he and Netflix have been working collectively on numerous different initiatives first, together with the acclaimed Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee collection, and the Jerry Before Seinfeld particular, which documents his early days within the stand-up enterprise.
In the 23 Hours to Kill trailer, Jerry Seinfeld is held captive by a supervillain who has the comic strapped to a desk with a laser beam about to cut him in half. He is ready to break away and jumps up on stage to ship some comedy. Later, we see Seinfeld provide up his captor some comedy recommendation. The comic pitches, “How about something about these super villains always wanting to take over the world, but they build these death machines that never work?” The Bond-style villain loves the thought and decides to run with it.
Jerry Seinfeld returned to the world of stand-up comedy after Seinfeld resulted in 1998. The strategy of creating and performing new materials at golf equipment around the globe was featured within the 2002 documentary, Comedian, and reveals simply how difficult it was to make a return to the stage after a long absence. After that, the comic shied away from the stage, performing sporadically. However, followers have been ready for over 20 years for a brand new unique particular. Thanks to Netflix, and some huge cash, Seinfeld is returning at a time when the world might use a couple of laughs.
23 Hours to Kill was shot at New York’s Beacon Theatre and can premiere May fifth, solely on Netflix. While that is the comic’s first unique comedy particular since 1998’s I’m Telling You for the Last Time, it actually looks as if he by no means actually left. Seinfeld is performed in syndication a number of occasions a day and will be streamed. Plus, there’s the Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee collection, which showcases Seinfeld’s interactions with different comedians, usually delivering a few of his dry wit to the digital camera. You can try the trailer for 23 Hours to Kill above, thanks to the Netflix YouTube channel.