Many recall Handler as the host of the hit E! talk show "Chelsea Lately" as well as various books including "Are You There Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea", "Uganda Be Kidding Me", as well as "Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang", now she takes on another role as host and (somewhat) subject of her new documentary series, "Chelsea Does", which premiered at The Egyptian Theater at the Sundance Film Festival.
Produced by Morgan Neville and directed by Eddie Schmidt, Chelsea Does follows the life of Handler as she takes on some of her favorite topics unapologetically, of course.
The docu-series,which is now on Netflix. channels four interesting, intriguing, and challenging subjects for Chelsea: "Marriage", "Race", "Silicon Valley" and "Drugs", each episode is a little over an hour. Guests at the screening were able to see the first episode, "Marriage", as well as well as tune in on a Q+A with the comedian herself - uncensored.
Throughout the episode Chelsea has her take on what marriage means to her, her friends (which some of whom are fellow comedians/actors), as well as a group of young children. Age isn't anything but a number and this episode clearly showcases that as she embarks on her journey to pretty much figure out, why would anyone get married?!
Her raw behavior and quick wit has made Handler a fan favorite and one that continues to deliver hilarious content. Check out the trailer for the docu-series below!