The countdown to Trevor Noah’s highly-anticipated Netflix show, Trevor Noah: The Son of Patricia is in its final stretch as a release date has been revealed.
Taking to social media on Monday, the SA-born comedian announced that the show is set to air on 20 November.
He made the announcement in the cutest way with the help of a little boy dressed in a chicken suit.
According to Netflix the show will touch on issues including racism.
“Trevor Noah gets out from behind The Daily Show desk and take the stage for a stand-up special that touches on racism, immigration, camping and more,” Netflix said on its website.
This marks Trevor’s second Netflix special after the hugely popular Afraid of the Dark.
— Trevor Noah (@Trevornoah) October 22, 2018
When news that Trevor had signed a deal with M-Net to shoot his 13-part series emerged late last year, the comedian said that he was passionate about showcasing and inspiring young talent.
“I remember when I was young, watching really amazing shows and at the time, it was a lot of Afrikaans comedians. It was Tolla van der Merwes and all of them. They were telling jokes together. There was a culture of comedy in South Africa. There was a conversation that was happening in a space where people were getting to know funniness from home.
“That’s something I’ve always wanted to grow. I want to give young comedians the opportunity to connect with their audience,” he said at a press conference at the time.
And Trevor is definitely doing a great job of being an inspiration to young people back home!