Netflix has released a trailer for its upcoming docuseries Kevin Hart: Don’t F**k This Up, showcasing the comedian’s various scandals throughout the latter part of the 2010s. The decade propelled the comedian into superstardom, starring and producing in a myriad of films, however his rise to fame didn’t come without its own tribulations.
For example, Kevin Hart was extorted for an affair he had while his wife was pregnant, he turned down hosting the Oscars—poising the internet to call him a homophobe. All of the above, and more, will be explored in this six-part series, which comes after Hart’s recent car accident that nearly took his life. It will also touch on his childhood and upbringing in Philadelphia, his relationships with friends, family, and loved ones over the years, and how he balances his family life with his extremely busy career
Season 1 of the docuseries arrives on Netflix on December 27.
In other streaming news, Joe confronts his past in the official trailer for You season 2.
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Kevin Hart: Don’t F**k This Up premieres December 27th. pic.twitter.com/7LRjfMxe03
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