"At E! I did what I wanted and I didn't listen to anybody because I didn't care what they had to say because I didn't respect their opinions," Handler said of the network that employed her for seven years (viaThe Hollywood Reporter). "At Netflix, I do respect their opinions. It's like going out with a guy you're proud to be seen with."
Handler's new deal with Netflix includes her stand-up special Uganda Be Kidding Me Live that is currently streaming, several upcoming docu-comedy specials and a talk show that will premiere in 2016. The comedian likened her upcoming show to 60 Minutes, saying it will be a "healthy mix of everything that goes on around the world." She added that she expects the program to be compared to The Daily Show.