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The first trailer for Jimmy Carr's upcoming Netflix special


The man with most identifiable laugh in comedy is back, making his way to Netflix for Jimmy Carr: Funny Business, a one hour zinger fest filmed in front of a sold-out audience at London's Hammersmith Apollo.

While Aziz Ansari and the like have been producing original live shows for Netflix for a while now Stateside, this special marks the first time a British stand-up has worked exclusively with the streaming giant. So it's big, and judging by the first trailer - which we present for you exclusively - we're confident it'll get your own seal of approval. 

Yes, another gag about Carr's laugh there.

So sit back, make sure anyone easily offended is out of the room and watch a preview of watching the comic do what he does best.

Watch the show on Netflix from 18 March



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