Kevin Hart's fake take on Reality TV
Kevin Hart flips the script in his new comedy series ''Real Husbands of Hollywood''
Why should screeching quasi-famous Housewives have all the fun? Comedian Kevin Hart and his friends will document their antics with the BET series Real Husbands of Hollywood (debuting Jan. 15 at 10 p.m.), which he calls ”the fakest reality show on television.” Says Hart: ”We’re taking that Curb Your Enthusiasm approach …. If there’s any fun way to be inappropriate, I’ve found it.” Nick Cannon, who appeared in the online sketches that spawned the series, will join Boris Kodjoe, Duane Martin, Robin Thicke, and JB Smoove. ”Nobody’s afraid to poke fun at themselves or their careers,” says Hart, whose own Husbands tagline is appropriately absurd: ”I have a taste for tall things, but I’m small.”