The project follows Lebowitz, who is known for her humor and social commentary, and she roams the city that she has become synonymous with.
Netflix said the project is scheduled to be released on January 8. He said: “Fran Lebowitz knows what she likes-what she doesn’t like. She will not wait for an invitation to tell you.
It also interviewed the 70-year-old prose writer, allowing her to lament the problems she encountered in the city-in the trailer, Lebowitz aimed at a bookstore between the subway system and Times Square.
Netflix said: “For decades, critics and essayists have been expressing their opinions, sometimes frantically and always irritable.”
“Lebowitz is at the core of New Yorkers. He talked directly to an art form and packaged her dismissive comments about the city and its residents into a powerful continuous commentary, nothing to anyone. Keep it.”
After the release of his epic 2019 film “The Irishman” starring Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci, the project enabled Scorsese returned to the streaming platform.
On January 7, Netflix will release another work supervised by the legendary director. The film “Pieces of a Woman” directed by Scorsese follows the aftermath of a couple’s miscarriage.
The New Year period is usually a busy time for new releases of streaming services, and Netflix has seen increased competition from new competitors.