Valentine’s may not always mean magical dates and heartfelt adventures. We can also be couch potatoes and binge all the cliche movies and shows out there; slurping beverages and stuffing ourselves with pizzas and everything crunchy and crispy with our beloved or with ourselves. And undoubtedly, Netflix is always at our service to make the occasion more special. Well, what if love marries laughter this season? This Valentine’s, Ali Wong is here to present us with her another Netflix special, Don Wong.
The comedian-actor made her first Netflix special in 2016, Ali Wong: Baby Cobra, which was followed by 2018’s Ali Wong: Hard Knock Wife. After four years of Hard Knock Wife, in which she is offensively bold and talks about her unfiltered thoughts on the substantiality of motherhood; she is back with the third one.
How will Ali Wong: Don Wong on Netflix make our Valentine’s day special?
The streaming service teased a video a day ago without revealing much about its Valentine’s special production. We see Wong posing in front of a slick luxury automobile, giving us the valentines aesthetic vibes.
Further, Netflix teases that the American Comedian will discuss her deepest fantasies, the challenges that come with monogamy, and what and how she feels about single people. Seemingly, Wong is in for a total satirical boom, and luckily, even singles can enjoy their lovely night.
Filmed at the Count Basie Center for the Arts in New Jersey, Don Wong is all set to bring fun, chills, fantasies, and romance right to our homes on February 14, 2022.
Getting to know the American comedian
Alexandra Dawn “Ali” Wong is an American comedian, writer, and actress. Throughout her career, she has starred in the 2019 film, Always Be My Maybe, of which she is also a co-writer. She is also working on an upcoming Netflix Original, Beef. Further, she has also voiced the characters of many animated shows like Netflix’s Ada Twist, Scientist, and the adult cartoon that bagged the Emmy Award, Big Mouth.
Interestingly, the mother of two babies has also written the New York Times bestseller, Dear Girls. It contains letters to her daughters that wittily talk about everything we need to know about life. This entertaining read will make you laugh like a drain.
Notably, Don Wong is directed by Nahnatchka Khan with whom Ali worked in Always Be My Baby. Along with Wong, the executive producers are Ravi Nandan, Inman Young, Alli Reich, and Corey Deckler.
Let us know in the comment section how do you plan to spend your valentine’s day with our beloved streaming service, Netflix.