Being the boss has its perks.

On Wednesday, Netflix debuted the first full trailer for new comedy “The Chair”, starring Canada’s own Sandra Oh.

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“The Chair” – Photo: ELIZA MORSE/NETFLIX © 2021
“The Chair” – Photo: ELIZA MORSE/NETFLIX © 2021

In the clip, Oh enters an office and approaches a desk, unwrapping a small plaque that reads “F**ker in charge of you f**king f**ks.”

She then sits down behind the desk, only for the chair to collapse moments later.

The official description for the series reads, “‘The Chair’ follows Dr. Ji-Yoon Kim (Sandra Oh) as she navigates her new role as the Chair of the English department at prestigious Pembroke University. Ji-Yoon is faced with a unique set of challenges as the first woman to chair the department, and as one of the few staff members of colour at the university.”

“The Chair” – Photo: ELIZA MORSE/NETFLIX © 2021
“The Chair” – Photo: ELIZA MORSE/NETFLIX © 2021

“The older staff fear change, while new blood, like professor Yasmin McKay (Nana Mensah), agitate for it,” the description continues. “Ji-Yoon tries to juggle her new administrative responsibilities —clashing with close co-workers who were confidants before she became the boss— with motherhood to her young daughter Ju Ju (Everly Carginilla) and caretaking for her father Habi (Ji Yong Lee).”

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The new trailer comes weeks after Netflix teased the series with a short sneak peak late last month.

Oh stars in the series as Professor Ji-Yoon Kim, with co-stars Jay Duplass, Holland Taylo, Bob Balaban, Nana Mensah, David Morse, Everly Carganilla and more.

“The Chair” premieres Aug. 20.