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Two-time Emmy nominee Kevin Hart’s thinly-veiled character winds up handcuffed in prison in the first trailer for crime drama True Story, which dropped Wednesday.

The 42-year-old comedian made his serious acting debut alongside Independent Spirit Award nominee Wesley Snipes in the seven-episode limited series, which premieres November 24 on Netflix.

Kevin produced and stars as a world-famous comedian called The Kid, who spends an alcohol-fueled evening with his wayward big brother Carlton (Snipes) during a tour stop in their Philadelphia hometown. 

'Your next move better be a smart one': Two-time Emmy nominee Kevin Hart's thinly-veiled character winds up handcuffed in prison in the first trailer for crime drama True Story, which dropped Wednesday

‘Your next move better be a smart one’: Two-time Emmy nominee Kevin Hart’s thinly-veiled character winds up handcuffed in prison in the first trailer for crime drama True Story, which dropped Wednesday

The next morning, the hotel manager informs The Kid that detectives need to speak with him about ‘a situation.’

‘Seven hours ago you the biggest motherf***er since Eddie [Murphy],’ Carlton tells his baby brother.

‘Now you about to be the most scandalous.’

After The Kid stresses that everything he ‘worked hard for is over,’ Carlton ominously replied: ‘There might be another way. I got this.’ 

'Betrayal is relative': The 42-year-old comedian made his serious acting debut alongside Independent Spirit Award nominee Wesley Snipes (R) in the seven-episode limited series, which premieres November 24 on Netflix

‘Betrayal is relative’: The 42-year-old comedian made his serious acting debut alongside Independent Spirit Award nominee Wesley Snipes (R) in the seven-episode limited series, which premieres November 24 on Netflix

'You always got my back': Kevin produced and stars as a world-famous comedian called The Kid, who spends an alcohol-fueled evening with his wayward big brother Carlton (Snipes) during a tour stop in their Philadelphia hometown

‘You always got my back’: Kevin produced and stars as a world-famous comedian called The Kid, who spends an alcohol-fueled evening with his wayward big brother Carlton (Snipes) during a tour stop in their Philadelphia hometown

Cryptic crime: The next morning, the hotel manager informs The Kid that detectives need to speak with him about 'a situation'

Cryptic crime: The next morning, the hotel manager informs The Kid that detectives need to speak with him about ‘a situation’

But just as the brothers drive down a street in an SUV, they see three police officers arresting people.

‘Why is it that every time you tell me you got it, I feel like I get in more trouble?’ The Kid says before landing behind bars.

True Story is part of Hart’s lucrative four-picture deal with the streaming giant – according to Deadline.

The Grammy nominee’s real-life brother Robert was forced to legally emancipate from their late single mother Nancy as a teen after he got into gangs, dealt drugs, and was caught stealing.

Carlton tells his baby brother: 'Seven hours ago you the biggest motherf***er since Eddie [Murphy]. Now you about to be the most scandalous'

Carlton tells his baby brother: ‘Seven hours ago you the biggest motherf***er since Eddie [Murphy]. Now you about to be the most scandalous’

After The Kid stresses that everything he 'worked hard for is over,' Carlton ominously replied: 'There might be another way. I got this'

After The Kid stresses that everything he ‘worked hard for is over,’ Carlton ominously replied: ‘There might be another way. I got this’

Busted: But just as the brothers drive down a street in an SUV, they see three police officers arresting people

Busted: But just as the brothers drive down a street in an SUV, they see three police officers arresting people

Before landing behind bars, The Kid says: 'Why is it that every time you tell me you got it, I feel like I get in more trouble?'

Before landing behind bars, The Kid says: ‘Why is it that every time you tell me you got it, I feel like I get in more trouble?’

Now Kevin calls the 50-year-old professional pool player ‘the true definition of a ride or die’ whose ‘love and support has gotten me [through] some of the craziest moments in my life.’

True Story also features Tawny Newsome, Will Catlett, Paul Adelstein, Ash Santos, Lauren London, Billy Zane, John Ales, and Chris Diamantopoulos.

The first three episodes were helmed by Watchmen director Stephen Williams and the final four were helmed by Star Trek Picard director Hanelle Culpepper.

Millionaire: True Story is part of Hart's lucrative four-picture deal with the streaming giant

Millionaire: True Story is part of Hart’s lucrative four-picture deal with the streaming giant

True story indeed: The Grammy nominee's real-life brother Robert (R) was forced to legally emancipate from their late single mother Nancy (M) as a teen after he got into gangs, dealt drugs, and was caught stealing

True story indeed: The Grammy nominee’s real-life brother Robert (R) was forced to legally emancipate from their late single mother Nancy (M) as a teen after he got into gangs, dealt drugs, and was caught stealing

Reformed: Now Kevin calls the 50-year-old professional pool player (L, pictured September 19) 'the true definition of a ride or die' whose 'love and support has gotten me [through] some of the craziest moments in my life'

Reformed: Now Kevin calls the 50-year-old professional pool player (L, pictured September 19) ‘the true definition of a ride or die’ whose ‘love and support has gotten me [through] some of the craziest moments in my life’



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