After a long stint away, Chris Rock is coming home.
On Wednesday, one decade after his last stand-up special, “Kill the Messenger,” Mr. Rock, one of the most acclaimed stand-up comics alive, will release a new Netflix production, shot at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, minutes away from the Bed-Stuy neighborhood where he grew up. Mr. Rock will be telling jokes he has developed from his recent global tour, which began exactly one year ago in Durham, N.C.
The special is called “Chris Rock: Tamborine,” a reference to a joke he tells about relationships during a part of his show where he delves into his divorce (Valentine’s Day is a pointed choice of release date). The comic Bo Burnham, who shot Jerrod Carmichael’s recent special “8,” directs.
An earlier version of this article misspelled the name of Chris Rock’s new special. It is “Tamborine,” not “Tambourine.” (The correct spelling of the musical instrument is tambourine.)