Kevin Hart is gearing up to score big in the world of sports broadcasting! The 44-year-old 'Jumanji' star, known for his diverse career portfolio, is reportedly stepping into the realm of hosting with a brand new show on ESPN2.
According to sources dishing to Page Six, the basketball enthusiast will be taking inspiration from the successful 'ManningCast' on the same network, led by NFL legends Eli and Peyton Manning. The Manning brothers have been shaking up the game with their lively alternate commentary on 'Monday Night Football,' bringing in A-list guests like David Letterman, Jon Stewart, LeBron James, and Phil Mickelson.
Interestingly, Kevin Hart has already made a cameo on the Manning brothers' show, produced by Peyton Manning's media company Omaha Productions. The report from Page Six hints that the specifics of Hart's production setup remain uncertain: "It’s unclear if it will also be behind Hart’s version."
But here's the juicy scoop – insiders suggest that Hart's show won't just be a run-of-the-mill sports commentary. Nope! The comedian is allegedly planning to spice things up by bringing in celebrity guests for a chat while watching live games. It's set to be a fresh, entertaining take on sports broadcasting, running simultaneously with the "serious" stuff on the main ESPN network.
This move into sports broadcasting adds another feather to Kevin Hart's already crowded cap. Apart from his wildly successful stand-up gigs and various film and TV projects, Hart is the proud owner of LOL Productions, a major player in the media game. And let's not forget his foray into the music scene with singles featuring Trey Songz, Migos, and T.I. under the pseudonym Chocolate Droppa.
But that's not all – Hart is also a force in the culinary world with his vegan health-food chain restaurant, Hart House. Plus, he's a published author, with last year's audio-only self-help book titled 'Monsters and How To Tame Them.' Is there anything this guy can't do?
Get ready for the Kevin Hart takeover, folks – this time, he's bringing his comedic flair to the sports scene, and we can't wait to see what he serves up on ESPN2!
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