Comedian Brian Regan’s new stand-up special Nunchucks and Flamethrowers will debut on Netflix on Nov. 21. This is the first of two hour-longs for Regan with the streaming network, which has released a slew of comedy specials in 2017 from Sarah Silverman, Jim Gaffigan, Tracy Morgan and Jerry Seinfeld among others.
While Regan’s two-special deal with Netflix was first announced back in April of this year, the title and firm date of Nunchucks came in the form of a tweet via Regan, which you can see here.
Nunchucks and Flamethrowers was taped over the course of two nights (June 23-24, 2017) at The Paramount Theatre in Denver and was directed by Troy Miller. The new special follows the comedian’s 2015 hour-long Live from Radio City Music Hall, which aired live on Comedy Central. According to Netflix, the new hour, which marks Regan’s debut with the VOD service, will see Regan talking board games, underwear elastic and hot dogs.
Regan can soon be seen onscreen in the new Peter Farrelly (co-director of hit comedy films There’s Something About Mary and Dumb and Dumber) series Loudermilk on The Audience Network and live at Carnegie Hall as part of the 2017 New York Comedy Festival.
Stream Brian Regan: Nunchucks and Flamethrowers exclusively on Netflix beginning Nov. 21.