Jerry Seinfeld, the American comedian, is here yet again with his latest stand-up special ’23 Hours to Kill’.
On May 5, the hour-long special will be launched by Netflix. It was taped at the Beacon Theatre in New York, a part of the “Seinfield” co-creator and star’s residency at the venue.
The title reads ’23 Hours to Kill’, which is a reference to a line often repeated by Jerry that stand-up comics spend one hour a day on stage with their audience and the rest of the day waiting for that moment and how he sees life in between stand-up comedy performances.
The special was produced by Sony pictures Television-backed Embassy Row in association with Seinfeld’s own production company Columbus 81 Productions.
In wake of his production deal in 2017 with Netflix guaranteeing two original comedy specials, he is up with his second special after “Jerry before Seinfield”.