Kevin Hart, the renowned actor-comedian, is all set to entertain his fans with a new stand-up comedy special titled Kevin Hart: Reality Check. This special is scheduled to be released on July 6, which also marks Hart’s 44th birthday. The show will be available on Peacock, a popular streaming platform.
The comedy special is based on Hart’s national tour, giving fans who couldn’t attend the live shows a chance to enjoy his performance from the comfort of their homes. Alongside the stand-up special, Hart will also be launching the third season of his show Hart to Hart on the same day.
Kevin Hart: Reality Check promises an hour of unfiltered and uncensored comedy. Hart is ready to share his thoughts on a variety of topics, including his growing family, his fame, and his relationship with Black Twitter. The show was filmed in front of a sold-out crowd at Resort World in Las Vegas, and the trailer suggests that no one was off limits during his set.
In addition to his stand-up special, Hart has also recently released a short story titled It Will All Work Out: The Freedom of Letting Go. The Kindle edition was released on July 1 on Amazon and has already become a No. 1 bestseller.
Where to Watch Kevin Hart: Reality Check
Kevin Hart: Reality Check and the third season of Hart to Hart will be exclusively available on Peacock. Current subscribers can watch these for free. For those who are new to the platform, monthly plans start at $4.99 for Peacock Premium and $9.99 for the commercial-free, Premium Plus. Annual plans offer savings of around 17% off the streaming package.
Peacock offers a wide range of content, including Peacock Originals, sports, NBC and Bravo shows. Some of the popular shows available on the platform include Based on a True Story, Bupkis, Mrs. Davis, Poker Face, Bel-Air, Yellowstone, The Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip, Vanderpump Rules, and many more.
Kevin Hart’s fans have a lot to look forward to this July. Whether it’s his stand-up special, the new season of his show, or his bestselling short story, Hart continues to entertain and inspire his audience.