Kevin Hart is pulling back the curtain and giving people a close look into his life through his forthcoming Netflix docuseries “Kevin Hart: Don’t F**k This Up.”
The project will be in six parts, according to Deadline, and besides getting to see his day-to-day life, viewers will also get to witness the challenges he faces as a husband, father, businessman and one of the most famous people on the globe.
It’ll also show Hart’s Oscars controversy from 2018, when he stepped down from hosting this year’s awards show after he received backlash from old homophobic tweets resurfacing.
The comedian’s friends and family members were interviewed for the docuseries, and it’ll also contain old footage, as well as commentary from Hart.
The docuseries will be the third Netflix project he releases this year, the first two being comedy specials “Kevin Hart’s Guide to Black History Himself” and “Kevin Hart: Irresponsible.”
News of “Don’t F**k This Up” comes a little more than a week after Hart made his first appearance at the E! People’s Choice Awards since having a car crash on Sept. 1. The 40-year-old suffered three spinal fractures as a result and had to get surgery, then physical therapy.
Besides the new docuseries coming, Hart will co-star in “Jumanji: The Next Level” with Dwayne Johnson, which hits theaters on Dec. 13. He’ll then join Lil Rel Howery and Alfre Woodard in the film “Fatherhood,” to be released on April 3, 2020.
Plus, Hart will star in the movie “My Own Worst Enemy,” where he plays an agent who has to kill someone and gets assistance from someone completely unexpected.
“Kevin Hart: Don’t F**k This Up,” which the comedian has helped produce through his Hartbeat Productions, will be available for streaming on Dec. 27.