Kevin Hart is back with a new comedy special. The full-length trailer for his new Netflix stand-up, Kevin Hart: Zero Fucks Given, arrived on Friday (Nov. 13) and it took place inside the actor’s home.
The show was filmed in September 2020 in Los Angeles, California. He usually takes the stage in front of thousands of fans in some of the country’s biggest arenas and theaters, but due to the pandemic, the comedian set up a show right in his own living room. He invited a handful of fans to join him, and in the trailer, they are all wearing masks.
The comedian will be focusing his jokes on his group chats with friends, his cheating and sex tape scandal, sex after 40, and what life has been like for him during COVID-19. “I’m no longer comfortable anywhere else but my house. I’m in my fucking comfort zone, I’m gonna let it fly today. Everything that I fucking feel, I’m gonna fucking say,” he says in the clip.
The Night School actor came under fire in the past for his jokes, both on his standup shows and on Twitter, but this time he’s not holding back. The trailer promises that it will be “a special like no other” and that the comedian’s performance will have “zero filter” and “zero apologies.”
At one point in the trailer he says, “You know what? Maybe I should take that one out. Let’s take that one out. I’m going to get canceled for that one, fuck it.”
Zero Fucks Given is Hart’s sixth special available on the streaming service following his 2019’s “Kevin Hart: Irresponsible.” He also has the docuseries “Don’t F**k This Up,” which covers his day-to-day life in following his Oscars hosting controversy. He was tapped to host the award show in 2019, but the opportunity was rescinded after old offensive tweets toward the LGBTQ community surfaced.
Kevin Hart: Zero Fucks Given will be available globally on Netflix on Tuesday (Nov. 17.)