Comedian Kevin Hart is going to the small screen with a new comedy sitcom based on his life.
Hart’s new show will revolve around a divorced couple struggling to stay friends for the sake of their children. If the series gets picked up after its pilot episode, Kevin will continue his recurring role on the show, but revealed he won’t be the lead star.
Writing team Neil Goldman and Garrett Donovan (writers for “Family Guy” and “Scrubs” respectively) will pen the half-hour show. The duo will also executive produce with Hart and his 3 Arts manager Dave Becky.
The multicamera semi-autobiographical comedy is the first TV project linked to Kevin Hart. He had a breakout role in Judd Apatow’s short-lived Fox show “Undeclared,” followed by several successful stand-up tours, including the latest “Let Me Explain” which grossed over $32 million.
Hart married fellow comedian Torrei Hart in 2003. They have two children, an eight-year-old daughter Heaven Leigh and six-year-old son Hendrix. Kevin and Torrei divorced in February, 2010.
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