This year, Ken Jeong will be making his Netflix stand-up debut with a comedy special exclusive to the streaming service. The show, Ken Jeong: You Complete Me, Ho, was taped in September of last year at the Ice House in Pasadena, California and will arrive on Valentine's Day. It's a fitting arrival as the title actually pays homage to Jeong's wife, Tran Ho.
Directed by Jon M. Chu (Crazy Rich Asians), the special is a comedic reflection of Jeong's career from being a doctor to entering the comedic arena and breaking through on The Hangover.
In a clip to promote the new project, Jeong took to Twitter with the announcement, speaking into his cameraphone to alert fans to the news. "My family couldn't be more excited," he says before turning the camera on his wife and two daughters at the dinner table looking completely disinterested.
Motherf-ck," he groans before cutting the clip off.
It's Jeong's latest appearance as he has also serves as a judge on The Masked Singer, the FOX remake of the popular South Korean singing competition King of Mask Singer. The show features a cast of celebrities who keep their identities concealed with elaborate maks and costumes. Recently, the character of Hippo and Pineapple were eliminated after being revealed to be Antonio Brown and TOmmie Chong, respectively.