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Kevin Hart’s new Netflix series has got everybody talking - and with a title like ‘True Story,’ we can’t blame people for wondering if it is, in fact, based on a true story.
The show follows an internationally known stand up comedian called Kid who is played by Kevin Hart as he battles with a possibly career-ruining crisis.
Kid is on tour in America and when he gets to Philadelphia he meets up with his brother, Carlton (Wesley Snipes). The pair go on a drinking session all night and when Kid wakes up the next morning, he discovers the woman in bed next to him has overdosed.
True Story is executive produced by Kevin Hart and Eric Newman (Narcos, Dawn of the Dead, The Last Exorcism).
Those who have already seen it say Kevin Hart's dramatic new series is a must-see.
If you haven't seen the new series yet, take a look at the trailer in the video player below.
According to Decider, True Story isn't actually based on a true story. It's a fictional show which was created and written by Eric Newman.
The Netflix series is largely made up however, some elements are true to Hart's real life.
One example is a scene where Kid and his team board a flight where he is met by a white passenger who begins to quote his stand-up and uses the 'N' word.
The series stars Kevin Hart as Kid, Wesley Snipes as Carlton and William Catlett as Herschel.
In addition, TV host Ellen Degeneres and TV journalist Don Lemon both make cameo appearances as themselves. The cast also includes:
True Story was released on Netflix on 24th November 2021 as a seven-episode limited series.
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