It goes without saying that many of us could really use a good laugh right about now. Well, you’re in luck because it’s just been announced that Dave Chappelle’s sketch comedy television series Chappelle’s Show is coming to both Netflix and HBO Max on November 1st. All three seasons of the show will be shared on both streaming platforms for a total of 33 episodes worth of laughs, cynicism, and satire. News of Chappelle’s Show being added to streaming services comes after Comedy Central reached a deal to include their wide variety of TV shows on direct-to-consumer platforms like Netflix and HBO Max.
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Other Comedy Central TV shows destined to be added to HBO Max on November 1 include Reno 911!, Key & Peele, Inside Amy Schumer, and Nathan for You. As the battle for streaming service supremacy marches on HBO Max is proving itself to be a worthy competitor among others in the game. The service is already the exclusive home of Comedy Central’s most legendary animated series, South Park, which recently added all seasons plus its Pandemic Special to HBO Max.
While many of us will likely remain on pins and needles before Tuesday’s American presidential election blowout, it’s nice to know that Dave Chappelle and his Chappelle’s Show will be there to serve up an absurd amount of laughs as well as a few pancakes cooked by the Purple One himself, Prince.