The stand-up special, titled "Two Cities, One Event" features Chappelle performing in Los Angeles and Austin.
The trailer gives viewers a glimpse at Chappelle's long awaited comedy specials, which will be his first releases since 2004's For What It's Worth.
He touches on police brutality before pointing out that most black people are in danger from eating too much salt. His stint on Saturday Night Live proved that even though comedy changes so quickly, Chappelle's style has remained hilarious. The two that now exist are on their way, coming to to Netflix on March 21.
Chappelle is now working on a third special with Netflix, to come at an as-of-yet unannounced time.
"I've been gone for a very long time", Chappelle begins (his last concert special was over 12 years ago).
His triumphant return is scheduled to debut on March 21 on Netflix, and today the company shared a first glimpse of what to expect. Longtime fans of the comedians biting, adult humor will find nothing less than Dave's best on topics ranging from ISIS to the dietary dangers of salt for African Americans.