Kevin Hart is ready to put a spotlight on black achievements in history. Along with The History Channel; Kevin will help share countless stories of the many great achievements accomplished by African Americans. Comedy Dynamics who is on board as producing partners has released the ins and outs of the upcoming 2 hour feature.
Comedy Dynamics and Brian Volk-Weiss latest production is “Kevin Hart Presents: The Black Man’s Guide to History” for the HISTORY Channel. A look at lesser-known, yet important black history stories, filtered through the lens of Kevin Hart, the two-hour event from Hartbeat Productions and Comedy Dynamics will air in 2017. The show begins as Hart finds his daughter upset after watching the film 12 Years A Slave believing that black history appears to only be about slavery and oppression. This prompts Hart to begin educating her through scripted re-enactments about fascinating historical figures that people may not have heard about before such as: Matthew Henson, the first person to go to the North Pole, but did not receive the credit; Robert Smalls, a former slave who led a revolt on a Confederate warship and pretended to be the captain to evade capture; Mae Jemison, the first black female astronaut and Henry “Box” Brown, a slave who courageously mailed himself to a free state in a box. Kevin Hart and Dave Becky are executive producers for Hartbeat Productions. Brian Volk-Weiss, Tom Stern and Cisco Henson are executive producers for Comedy Dynamics. Created by Brian Volk-Weiss. Tim Healy, Stephen Mintz and Russ McCarroll are executive producers for HISTORY.
Date and time has yet to be released.
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