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Norm Macdonald’s Netflix show debuts September 14th

All 10 episodes will drop at once.
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Netflix announced in March that a talk show from Norm Macdonald was on the way and now we have a premiere date and the guest lineup. Norm Macdonald has a Show will debut on September 14th and the guests for the half hour-long show will be Drew Barrymore, David Spade, Judge Judy, David Letterman, Jane Fonda, Chevy Chase, M. Night Shyamalan, Michael Keaton, Billy Joe Shaver and Lorne Michaels.

The show's announcement came as Netflix appeared to be building up its talk show slate, with weekly talk shows from Michelle Wolf, Joel McHale and Hasan Minhaj joining its lineup around the same time. But last week, Netflix cancelled both Wolf's and McHale's shows, which reportedly didn't pull enough views to warrant second seasons. Chelsea Handler's talk show ended last year as well after a two-season run.

Unlike the majority of Netflix's talk shows, Norm Macdonald has a Show won't stream weekly or even monthly like David Letterman's. Instead, all 10 episodes will drop at once.

Update 8/22/18: This article was updated to reflect that the episodes will be 30-minutes long, not 60 as was previously reported.

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