Hannah Gadsby's Douglas to Premiere on Netflix Following Off-Broadway Run

Film & TV News   Hannah Gadsby's Douglas to Premiere on Netflix Following Off-Broadway Run
 
Netflix will welcome back the Nanette star, who is currently touring her new solo show around the U.S.
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Hannah Gadsby's NYC-bound new solo show Douglas will premiere on Netflix globally in 2020, according to Variety. The Australian comedian is currently touring the U.S. with the show and will arrive Off-Broadway in July to perform an extended run at the Daryl Roth Theater.

Douglas follows the success of her earlier solo show (and Netflix sensation), Nanette.

The show's namesake, according to producers, is “a very specific dog,” and the only thing they have in common with Gadsby is inspiring the comedian to put pen to paper for another show. Details about Douglas are purposefully vague.

As previously announced, Douglas, which is written and performed by Gadsby, will play a five-week engagement at the Daryl Roth Theater beginning July 23. The Off-Broadway run will be a culmination of a U.S. tour, which started in San Francisco in April.

Douglas had its world premiere in Melbourne, Australia, March 27.

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