Kevin Hart

Kevin Hart To Film His Eighth Comedy Special in Las Vegas


Sep. 8 2022, Published 11:04 a.m. ET

Kevin Hart is always about the hustle. His latest project however promises to be an epic comedy event unlike any other. Hart announced that he will be taping his next comedy special during a two-night engagement at Resorts World in Las Vegas.

He will be among one of the first comedians to perform at the newer spot on the strip. Resorts World currently has musical residencies with Katy Perry and Luke Bryan as well as magician David Blaine.

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Kevin Hart and his 2022 Reality Check Tour will stop off in Las Vegas on November 18 and 19. Where and when the special is airing has yet to be confirmed. Speculation is that it could air anywhere from Netflix to any one of Hart’s own platforms.

“Special number eight, fu*k man, I am getting old. Forty-three years old but I am still loving it,” Hart said in a newly posted video to his social media. “Come looking your best, be your best cause you're gonna be on camera. The sh*t is going down at an all-time high,” said Hart while promoting his Vegas show.

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Hustle Like Hart

Kevin Hart has been a hella busy man as of late. Then again, when isn’t he? Just after the announcement it was reported that Hart was already back to filming his second season of his Roku TV show “Die Harter.” The show's first season was called “Die Hart.”

That while his latest movie Me Time with Mark Wahlberg on Netflix remains in the top ten (it held the #1 spot for two weeks). This despite getting not so nice reviews from both critics and fans. Rotten Tomatoes has a 7% approval from critics and 31% approval from fans. Me Time is the fifth project that Hart has on Netflix.

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Hart-Healthy Food

Like his co-star Mark Wahlberg, Hart has recently begun dipping into the restaurant business. Within the last month, Hart has helped open a vegan fast food place called Hart House. The first location opened in Los Angeles with more coming soon.

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Just A Hartbeat Away

Back in the land of entertainment, Hart continues to spread himself all over the tube. The man is everywhere, almost literally. His show “Hart to Hart,” is currently airing its second season on the Peacock Network. The show is an unscripted, wine-willed conversation with the biggest names in Hollywood. Recent guests include Chris Rock, Jay-Z, Tyler Perry and his most recent co-star, Mark Wahlberg.

But who needs a single show when you have an entire network and production company. First, Hart is the Chairman of the LOL Network. Laugh Out Loud is a multi-platform comedy brand all on its own with both television and audio divisions. The network features classic standup comedy acts as well as original content including Hart’s “Cold As Balls” show in which Hart interviews athletes from an ice bath. His media company HARTBEAT continues to curate entertainment in films, television and even in the podcast arena.

While there are more projects that we could highlight, the point is Hart is big on Hustle. That work ethic has helped Hart become a powerhouse in the industry. Eleven of his films have opened up in the top spot at the box office and have made more than $4 billion dollars globally. Still to come for the actor are another eight projects on his slate.

While fans all over continue to keep an eye on Hart, Vegas prepares for the next big comedy event in November. Pre-sale tickets for his Vegas shows, including VIP ticket packages, are on sale now. General tickets for the public drop on Friday September 9 at


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