- Publish Date
- Friday, 1 May 2020, 4:15PM
Jerry Seinfeld admits that his life 'sucks' too... though admittedly maybe not as much as yours does in the new trailer for his Netflix special 23 Hours to Kill.
The 66-year-old comedian signed a massive $100 million deal with Netflix in January 2017, for the rights to his hit series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee and two stand-up specials.
Set to premiere next month, the show features bits satirizing classic “James Bond” films (the trailer begins with the comic chained to a table, a laser inching its way toward his crotch) and cuts to Seinfeld, clad in a black suit, onstage at the Beacon Theatre in New York City, where the special was recorded.
According to Netflix, the “Seinfeld” star will also tackle “talking vs. texting, bad buffets vs. so-called ‘great’ restaurants and the magic of Pop Tarts” in the comedy special.
The comic has worked previously with the streaming company, including “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” which Seinfeld created, directed and starred in. In 2019, Netflix acquired the global streaming rights to the sitcom “Seinfeld.”
“23 Hours to Kill” premieres May 5 on Netflix.