IndieWire says “Chelsea Does” is #1 to Watch on Netflix in January
IndieWire recommends a dose of Chelsea Handler as part of the binge watch worthy shows in January.
What happens when Chelsea Handler visits Silicon Valley? People Magazine comments on the trailer for the upcoming premiere.
The anticipation is brewing. “Chelsea Does…” is one of the most anticipated productions coming up next.
The date has been set: Chelsea Does will premiere for the service’s subscribers a day after its opening at the Sundance Film Festival.
This January 2016, Chelsea Handler’s four documentary specials, featuring her tackling the subjects of marriage, drugs, Silicon Valley and racism from her unique point of view, will premiere on the streaming service.
Bravo has ordered a Season 2 of Newlyweds: The First Year. For the second season, as with the first, Bravo will partner with Monkey Kingdom, which is part of the NBCUniversal International Television Production family, and Eddie Schmidt (Twist of Faith).
Valentine Road unravels the school shooting of a young teenager who had begun exploring his gender identity, detailing the circumstances that led to his murder by a fellow student, as well as its complicated aftermath.
Catfish is the top-tweeted series on the air, with more than half a million twitter entries for a typical Season 2 episode:
In an example of medium meeting message, MTV’s “Catfish: The TV Show,” which deals with truth and lies in online dating, was the most-tweeted-about TV show last week, according to measurement firm SocialGuide.
New documentary about tragic Oxnard, CA school shooting and emotional aftermath premieres in US Documentary Competition, Sundance Film Festival 2013:
“Storage Wars: New York” premieres on A&E Dec 11th:
“Beauty Is Embarrassing” Nominated for 2 Cinema Eye Honors:
Eddie’s “Good Bread” at San Paulo Film Festival (Brazil) and Vermont Film Festival: