‘True Story’: Netflix’s Miniseries Starring Kevin Hart Drops Tomorrow

The stand-up comedian and infamous actor of comedy and rom-com movies such as Think Like a Man, Get Hard, Central Intelligence, About Last Night, among others, is slowly making a name for himself in dramatic and thriller films.

Kevin Hart unveils a deeper side of him in Netflix’s miniseries thriller True Story where he stars as a successful stand-up comedian called Kid whose lavish lifestyle faces jeopardy after a night out turns sour.

When will ‘True Story’ be released?

As from Wednesday 24th November, you’ll be able to see what this miniseries has in store for you. Running for only seven episodes, True Story will be easy to chew over on a single weekend. However, don’t expect the renewal of the second season as it has been billed as a limited series.

After his groundbreaking role in the Netflix movie Fatherhood, which was released on 18th June, the comedian hopes to make it big in more dramatic films. He shared on Twitter on November 19th that he was excited about the True Story premiere.

Who’s starring

Starring alongside Hart is the action star Wesley Snipes who plays Carlton, Kid’s elder brother who finally has the opportunity to come through for his brother after being a liability for years on end pending unsuccessful business investments.

Is it a true story?

Don’t mistake True Story for a true story. The only true aspect of the series is that Kid shares some similarities with the actor. Other than that, the dark crime drama plot is all fictional.

Netflix released this show’s trailer in late October. Loaded with suspense, hopefully, the dramatic introduction of Kid and Carlton as the leading characters will leave you anxiously waiting for the main game.

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Written by Ralph Glorioso

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