Kevin Hart will be giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at his life in his upcoming autobiographical documentary series, “Don’t F**k This Up.” The six-part series will air on Netflix on Dec. 27.

According to Deadline, the docuseries will find Hart as an “open book,” as he reminisces on the triumphs and challenges he’s faced over the past year. Through a compilation of interviews with his family and friends, archived footage and personal anecdotes, “Don’t F**k This Up” will reportedly be Hart’s most revealing project yet.

The past few years have proved immensely storied for the comedian, as he underwent an infidelity scandal, hosting and then not hosting the Oscars and his severe car accident. Besides the ups and downs of Hart’s career, the docuseries will give fans a peek into Hart’s role as a father, husband and businessman, too.

“Don’t F**k This Up” is set to be produced by Hartbeat Productions, Lionsgate, Makemake, 3 Arts Entertainment and Magical Elves. The series follows Hart’s previous Netflix specials, Kevin Hart’s Guide to Black History Himself and Kevin Hart: Irresponsible.

Hart shared the news on Instagram on Tuesday (Nov. 19), with a caption reading, “Mark Your Calendars.” A few hours later, he posted a clip where a mirrored version of himself tells him to get back to work.

“You got yourself a little sandwich, huh? And you drinking espresso?” Hart’s refection asks him, as he stands wearing a bathrobe, holding a chicken salad sandwich and a coffee mug. “You drinking a little espresso? Why!? You ain’t doing sh*t!” his reflection yells.

“We got work to do, it’s time to get back to the grind,” his refection continues.

Hart captioned the clip with, “Life’s obstacles only make you better…back to the grind I go… #GodIsGood.”

Last month, Hart shared an emotional video that detailed his physical recovery process following a severe car accident back in September.

“I’m thankful for my family, my friends. I’m thankful for the people that simply ride with me, and have been with me, because you stood by me,” he said. “My fans. I’m thankful for all of your love and support. So don’t take today for granted because tomorrow’s not promised. And more importantly I’m thankful for God, I’m thankful for being alive.”