“I never asked Comedy Central for anything. If you try to remember, I mentioned ‘I’m heading to my authentic boss and I arrived to you’ since I know exactly where my ability lies,” Chappelle mentioned all through his established. “I asked you to prevent viewing the display and thank God almighty for you, you did. You produced that display worthless since with out your eyes, it is nothing. And when you stopped viewing it they called me. And I received my name again. And I received my license again, and I received my display again, and they paid me hundreds of thousands of pounds. Thank you very substantially.”
Netflix began airing “Chappelle’s Show” on Nov. 1 but soon after Chappelle publicly complained about Comedy Central and ViacomCBS licensing the display with out supplemental payment to him, Netflix pulled it. Chappelle was the creator, star and executive producer of the display.
“They (ViacomCBS) didn’t have to pay out me since I signed the deal,” Chappelle mentioned in November 2020. “But is that right? I discovered out that these people have been streaming my function and they never had to request me or they never have to tell me. Correctly lawful since I signed the deal. But is that right? I didn’t believe so possibly. That is why I like doing the job for Netflix.”
As for Netflix, Chappelle mentioned he merely called up co-CEO Ted Sarandos and mentioned, “This will make me come to feel bad. And you want to know what they did, they agreed that they would take it off their platform just so I could come to feel much better.”
Chappelle thanked Sarandos in his established and named Chris McCarthy of ViacomCBS for “building the earlier right.”
“Finally soon after all of these years I can last but not least say to Comedy Central, ‘It’s been a enjoyment undertaking small business with you,'” Chappelle mentioned.