Comedian Chris Rock is set to make history with Netflix as he prepares for the first-ever livestreaming performance on the platform.

“Chris Rock is one of the most iconic and important comedic voices of our generation,” Robbie Praw, Netflix’s vice president of stand-up and comedy formats, said in a statement, according to CNN. “We’re thrilled the entire world will be able to experience a live Chris Rock comedy event and be a part of Netflix history. This will be an unforgettable moment and we’re so honored that Chris is carrying this torch.”

Rock’s first Netflix stand-up special, Chris Rock: Tamborine, debuted in February 2018. Now, the comedian’s second Netflix special is scheduled to be livestreamed globally in early 2023. The exact date for the event has not yet been revealed, BBC reports.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Netflix also intends to stream other live events in the future, including sports, unscripted content, competition shows, reality reunion specials and comedy shows, TechCrunch reports.

Rock is currently on his Ego Death world tour. The 57-year-old will continue touring for the rest of the year, making stops in California, Texas and Washington while co-headlining many of the events with Dave Chappelle, NBC News reports.