‘Chappelle’s Show’ Coming to Streaming Services in November

Chappelle's Show (Credit: Comedy Central)

Chappelle’s Show is headed to Netflix and HBO Max on Nov. 1, the two streamers announced Friday.

“The best news you’ve heard all year: Chappelle’s Show is coming to Netflix US,” the streaming giant tweeted from its Netflix Is A Joke account, and included a montage of clips from the show.

Later in the day, HBO Max said the iconic comedy will be hitting that platform as well. Inside Amy Schumer, Key and Peele, Nathan For You and Reno 911! are also being added to HBO Max on Sunday.

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Comedian Dave Chappelle co-created Chappelle’s Show, which originally aired on Comedy Central from 2003 to 2006.

The series became a pop culture phenomenon, thanks to skits like “Charlie Murphy’s True Hollywood Stories” on Rick James and Prince, “The Niggar Family,” “Mad Real World,” “Frontline—Clayton Bigsby,” and “Tyrone Biggums’s Classroom Visit” about a crack addict speaking to school children.