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Peacock Announces Fourth Season of Kevin Hart’s “HART TO HEART”

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Peacock has officially announced the fourth season of Kevin Hart’s popular weekly celebrity talk show, HART TO HEART. Premiering on June 20th, the new season promises to deliver more of Hart’s signature in-depth conversations with a fresh lineup of high-profile guests.

In the upcoming season, Hart will sit down with a diverse group of industry powerhouses, including Oscar-winning actor Ben Affleck, comedian and TV host George Lopez, Tony and Grammy Award-winning actress Cynthia Erivo, actor and comedian Andy Samberg, filmmaker Judd Apatow, and actress Niecy Nash. Each episode will feature hour-long discussions delving into the guests’ life journeys, careers, and never-before-heard stories.

The announcement of the fourth season follows a successful third season, which featured an impressive roster of guests such as Bill Maher, Dr. Dre, Dwayne Johnson, Issa Rae, J. Cole, John Cena, Mark Cuban, Sofia Vergara, Will Ferrell, and Will Smith. Fans can catch up on these episodes as the first three seasons of HART TO HEART are currently available for streaming in full on Peacock.

Kevin Hart continues to expand his presence on Peacock with an ever-growing slate of content. In addition to HART TO HEART, fans can look forward to upcoming shows including Olympic Highlights with Kevin Hart and Kenan Thompson, Back That Year Up with Kevin Hart and Kenan Thompson, and the highly anticipated scripted drama series Fight Night: The Million Dollar Heist, set to premiere later this year.


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Jamie June 6, 2024 - 9:35 AM

This show is amazing.

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