Chelsea Handler has jumped into bed with Netflix, before the ink is fully dry on her divorce papers from E!

The comedian has signed a seven-year deal with Netflix that will bring comedy specials to the streaming service this fall and launch her new talk show in 2016, the New York Daily News reports.

Earlier this year, Handler announced she was ending her late-night show on E! While the contract wasn't set to expire until December, her public criticism of the cable channel prompted E! to move up her final air date to Aug. 26.

Her first comedy special will hit Netflix Oct. 10, though she actually is taping it Friday in Chicago as part of her "Uganda Be Kidding Me" tour.

"If I was going to continue working in this industry, I knew I had to do something outside the box to keep myself interested," the 39-year-old Handler said in a statement Thursday. "I wanted to sit with the cool kids at lunch so I approached Netflix to make sure they were as cool as I thought they were, and when I confirmed my suspicions, like with any other future lover, I made my move.

"I'm more excited than I've been in awhile, and the team at Netflix is the most forward thinking, alert group I've sat down with in ages. No offense to the Shahs Of Sunset."

The execs at E! are probably already peeling her name off the dressing room door.

Netflix has become the king of streaming venues, with Emmy-nominated "House of Cards" and the blockbuster series "Orange Is the New Black."

Handler's deal includes four "docu-comedy specials" in 2015, Netflix said in a statement, that will showcase "her efforts to gain a better understanding of a variety of subjects ranging from NASCAR to politics and from Silicon Valley to the NBA draft." Details of the 2016 talk show were not yet revealed, except it will not be labeled "late-night" because streaming programs are designed to be watched whenever viewers want.