Ricky Gervais, the acclaimed comedian, returns with his new show supernaturalfour years after the premiere of Ricky Gervais: Humanity on Netflix.
Netflix announced Ricky’s second special will air later this month, and his latest venture with the streaming platform is the final season of his dark comedy series life after death which was released in January this year. You can watch the new comedy special on Tuesday, May 24 at 3:00 p.m. ET only on Netflix.
This article will go over all the details of the upcoming Netflix comedy special, including the release date, plot and more.
When will Ricky Gervais’ supernatural Premiering on Netflix?
The second Ricky Gervais comedy special will air exclusively on Netflix worldwide on Tuesday, May 24 at 3:00 p.m. ET.
What to expect Ricky Gervais’ Supernatural?
In his second Netflix special, Gervais walks us through the rules of comedy, one of which seems to involve irony. He also tells the audience how he spoils his cat and dismisses supernatural claims by saying that nature is super enough. Here is the official synopsis,
“Ricky Gervais gives his take on the rules of comedy, spoiling his cats and how contemporary nature is in his second Netflix stand-up special.”
The release of supernatural This is followed by the postponement of his tour of the same name due to the pandemic. He finished the first half of his performances before the disease spread, and returned to the streets eighteen months later to finish the rest of the show and record the comedy special. He donated most of the money he earned from the tickets supernatural Tour to three animal welfare organizations which totaled a whopping £427,243.42.
Ricky commented on the nature of his performance to Deadline:
“I actually put more into the show to keep it fresh and this flood of gigs are the best gigs I’ve ever done. I don’t know if that’s because I’ve been doing the same stand-up longer than ever and I keep rewriting it and folding the samurai sword. If you do the same gig 50 times, it’s better than if you do it 10 times. Even if you don’t change the material, you make it better. But you change It evolves to get better.”
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In the trailer that accompanied the show’s official announcement, Gervais teaches audiences about irony.
Gervais points out that there are many female comedians who are genuinely funny, but instead of mentioning some of today’s hilarious stars like Tiffany Haddish, Ali Wong or Kate McKinnon, he falls silent. As the audience laughs, he affirms his lesson in irony. He says that to be humorous, sometimes you have to say the wrong thing on stage to make an audience laugh who knows what’s appropriate. Before finishing the joke, he puts the audience to the test, again implying that women are generally not amusing, and then jumps in Caught on them.
Don’t forget to look supernatural exclusively on Netflix starting May 24, 2022, 3:00 p.m. ET.