Netflix has uncovered plans for its initial move into live streaming.

On March 4, the streamer will act as host for Chris Rock’s live stand-up special.

The show, which will take place in Baltimore, Maryland, will be streamed live at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT.

In May, Netflix is using its live streaming technology for the first time with Chris Rock: Selective Outrage, which also marks Rock’s second Netflix special after Tamborine in 2018. Additionally, earlier this year, he performed alongside Dave Chappelle at the Netflix is a Joke festival.

Rock has had a busy year, and while he was on his Ego Death tour, he promised to talk more about his experience at the Oscars on Netflix.

Netflix has had a great year of comedy firsts; It introduced Netflix is a Joke: More than 260,000 tickets were sold for the Festival in the spring, which featured more than 330 comedians performing 295 shows at more than 35 Los Angeles venues, including the first-ever stand-up performance at Dodger Stadium.

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