Kevin Hart continues his entertainment domination, as the actor/comedian will be joining the Comedy Central lineup. The network announced on Thursday that they picked up two new series starring the funny guy.
The first, titled Kevin Hart Presents: Hart of the City, will be an eight-episode series following the star as he meets up with local comedians in cities like Philadelphia, Atlanta, Houston. The other is yet to be titled, but plans to be a six-episode stand-up series where Hart will highlight rising comedians. There is not yet word of when the shows will air.
According to Variety, the network wants to develop a series of “comedy documentaries” that will have comedians, writers, producers and directors telling specific stories of personal relevance.
When Hart is not busy snagging comedy shows, he is prepping to co-host the 2016 MTV Movie Awards alongside Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. The ceremony will air on April 10.