Netflix orders Kevin Hart docuseries Don’t F**k This Up
Deadline has brought word that Kevin Hart (Jumanji: The Next Level) will be heading to Netflix to spearhead the six-part docuseries Don’t F**k This Up.
The series will see the 40-year-old comedian and actor give unprecedented access to his life over the past year which saw him go through problems as a father, partner, role model and business man. Hart will be an open book and reflect on the events that have shaped his life and made him in to the person he is today. Through interviews with family and friends, archive footage and personal anecdotes, the series will include a look at his day-to-day life, the fallout from his Oscar hosting controversy, marriage and career.
This will mark the third collaboration between Hart and the streaming service following his last two specials, Kevin Hart’s Guide to Black History Himself and Kevin Hart: Irresponsible. He will produce the series through his banner Hartbeat Productions alongside Lionsgate, Makemake, 3 Arts Entertainment and Magical Elves.
One of the most notable events in Hart’s personal life of recent was a serious car accident on September 1 in which he suffered major back injuries that required surgery. After spending 10 days in the hospital, Hart went to physical therapy and has stated across his social media that his recovery is progressing smoothly.
Hart has been on the big screen twice thus far this year with a lead role in the animated sequel The Secret Life of Pets 2 and a cameo in Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw and will next be seen in the highly-anticipated adventure threequel Jumanji: The Next Level, his fourth collaboration with star Dwayne Johnson (Jungle Cruise).
Don’t F**k This Up is set to to Netflix on December 27.
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