A Bear's Face on Mars Blake Lively's New Role Recognizing a Stroke Data Privacy Day Easy Chocolate Cake Recipe Peacock Discount Dead Space Remake Mental Health Exercises
Want CNET to notify you of price drops and the latest stories?
No, thank you

Adam Sandler's second Netflix film looks a whole lot better than 'The Ridiculous 6'

The comic's first Netflix-exclusive film, "The Ridiculous 6," was panned by critics -- but broke streaming records.

Back in 2014, Netflix struck a deal with Adam Sandler to have the Billy Madison star produce and feature in four films. The first of those was "The Ridiculous 6," which has the dubious distinction of holding a zero percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Above you can see the trailer for Sandler's follow up film, "The Do-Over" (warning, it's NSFW). In it, he'll be playing a supporting role to Joe Dirt himself, David Spade.

It's hard for most people to get excited about a Sandler film in 2016, but it looks considerably better than "The Ridiculous 6." Then again, that's not saying much, because, you know, zero percent.

Regardless of critical reception, the famed comic is big business for Netflix. The streaming service's chief content officer Ted Sarandos said at CES this year that "The Ridiculous 6" was "the most watched movie in the history of Netflix" in its first 30 days of availability.