Following his Irresponsible special, Kevin Hart has landed a new Netflix docu-series, titled Don't F**k This Up. Today we get our first look at the upcoming six-part program, which comes to the streaming service at the end of December.

Don’t F**k This Up provides viewers with a behind-the-scenes look at Hart's life over the past year, detailing what it means to be a father, partner, role model, and businessman. Throughout the series, the comic reflects on specific events that have shaped his life, including the Oscars controversy and his marriage, as well as his career in general. Not only will we get to see how Hart deals with day-to-day adversity, but the show also includes interviews with those closest to the entertainer, in addition to home videos and footage from his early stand-up days.

Press play above for a glimpse at what to expect from Kevin Hart's new Netflix docu-series, Don’t F**k This Up, which releases December 27.

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