No topic is off limits in David Spade’s forthcoming Netflix comedy special debut, Nothing Personal. From his hatred of crabs to his unique method of just saying no to drugs, the longtime actor and comedian has plenty to draw from. Known for his Emmy-nominated performance in the sitcom Just Shoot Me, his cast duties on Saturday Night Live, his criminally underrated voice work as Kuzco in Disney’s The Emperor’s New Groove, a spate of comedy films and, most recently, his guest hosting duties for Bachelor in Paradise, Spade has dabbled in a little bit of everything in the big wide world of entertainment. If anything makes for a wild array of stories, it’s more than 30 years in Hollywood.
Filmed at the Pantages Theatre in Minneapolis, Spade serves as Nothing Personal’s executive producer alongside Marc Gurvitz, Alex Murray and John Irwin, with Ryan Polito as its director.
This isn’t Spade’s first foray into the Netflix universe: He has starred in the Netflix films The Wrong Missy and The Do-Over.
Nothing Personal premieres globally on Netflix April 26.