The late Norm Macdonald's final comedy special, titled Nothing Special , will premiere on Netflix at the end of this month. According to Netflix, as reported by Variety , Macdonald recorded the special in the summer of 2020 during the pandemic lockdown. Macdonald self-taped the hour-long set alone in his own living room, shooting it in a single take. The self-deprecating title was the late comedian's own idea. Macdonald died in September 2021 at the age of 61 after battling leukemia for nearly a decade. Lori Jo Hoekstra, Macdonald's longtime producing partner, tells The Hollywood Reporter that Macdonald wanted to record one final special in the event he would become too sick to continue performing. Advertisement "It makes me so happy that I can share it, but also so sad that we can't share it with him," Hoekstra says. "He didn't do this for the shock that it exists. He shot it because he loved his material and was so proud of his material. He worked so hard and it really would've bothered him to have done all that work and not been able to show everybody. He did it for the stand-up. I just hope people appreciate that he… Read full this story
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