Chris Rock's First Stand-Up Special in a Decade Debuts on Netflix Tomorrow

Chris Rock Netflix Stand Up Tamborine Premiere Date

Comedian actor Chris Rock. Ethan Miller Getty Images

Chris Rock is back and, hopefully, better than ever.

Comedian Chris Rock revealed in a new video post on his Instagram account that his new Netflix comedy special, Chris Rock: Tamborine, is set to debut tonight on Netflix.

The comedian has opened up about his addiction to X-rated material in his first stand-up special in almost a decade on new show "Tamborine". The specials are part of a major deal that 53-year-old South Carolina-native signed with the streaming giant, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

He also touched on his divorce from Malaak Compton-Rock after 18 years of marriage (in 2016, Rock finalized his divorce after having separated in 2014 over claims of infidelity), admitting that he's a "f-king asshole".

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Rock's latest special is the first of two televised stand-up gigs for the streaming platform. "Tamborine", the special will see Rock cover the gamut of contemporary issues like relationships, race, and society.

"You would think that cops would occasionally shoot a white kid just to make it look good", a black t-shirt and jeans-clad Rock belted at a packed audience in the Brooklyn Academy of Music. I had an attitude, I thought, "I pay for everything, I can do what I want". While Rock delves into all of this in the 64-minute special, it's his jokes about love that stand out.

He said: "When guys cheat, it's like we want something new". Your woman finds out, and now she's new - she is never the same again. But then you know what happens? "You got bad fuckin' new, man". "I didn't listen, I wasn't kind". Someone has to be lead singer and someone has to stand in the back and play the tambourine.

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