Kevin Hart Invited DJ Khaled On A New Episode Of ‘What The Fit’

Kevin Hart kicked off a new episode of his series ‘What The Fit’ on YouTube and would invite DJ Khaled to a very special workout. What made the workout special? Asahd Khaled! If you know anything, DJ Khaled loves his son Asahd to pieces. Hart would introduce Khaled to some creative ways to workout with kids, check it out below.

Jimmy Kimmel Proposes ‘Dan’ Should Get His Own Show

One voice that might be interesting to hear discuss the Roseanne Barr scandal could very well be Jimmy Kimmel. Kimmel who serves as the host of ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ has been on the same network of Barr’s show for years. Last night, Kimmel would go on to directly address his company’s decision to cancel Barr’s series yesterday. In his opening monologue, the late-night host would go on to down Barr’s tweet and would end up proposing that ABC should give Dan Conner (Roseanne’s husband) his own series as a Roseanne replacement.

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Lil Rel’s ‘REL’ With Sinbad & Jess Hilarious Picked Up At FOX

Great news for comedian Lil Rel Howery, it has been announced that the Chicago comedian’s pilot ‘REL’ will officially be a new series at FOX. The cast which includes Sinbad, online star Jess “Hilarious” Moore, and Jordan L. Jones will loosely touch on Rel’s life in the South Side of Chicago. Jerrod Carmichael, Kevin Barnett, and Josh Rabinowitz will also be along for the ride as executive-producers. Congrats. A premiere date for ‘REL’ has yet to be released. Rel is currently preparing for his newest film ‘Uncle Drew’ set to hit theaters June 29th.

Fox has ordered Lil Rel Howery’s self-titled comedy project to series. “Rel” hails from writer, executive producer and star Howery, as well as writers and executive producers Kevin Barnett and Josh Rabinowitz and executive producer and showrunner Mike Scully. It sees Howery play a prideful, self-made success who lives by the code to “always believe in yourself and great things will come” but finds that attitude gets put to the test when he learns his wife his having an affair with his barber. He tries to rebuild his life post-divorce as a long-distance single father on the South Side of Chicago who’s on a quest for love, respect, and a new barber. The series is inspired by Howery’s real life.

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Idris Elba To Star In ‘Netflix’ Comedy Series As A DJ

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Idris Elba continues his push in comedy with the announcement that he will now star in a Netflix comedy series as a struggling DJ. For ‘Turn Up Charlie’ we will see Elba finds himself using his DJ skills to tell the story of a bachelor who ends up being a manny. The series serves as a follow up to Elba’s latest comedy series, ‘In The Long Run’.

The Wire star is starring in and exec producing Turn Up Charlie, a UK comedy series from Brown Eyed Boy Productions, the Endemol Shine UK-backed production company run by Gary Reich. The show sees Elba play Charlie, a struggling DJ and eternal bachelor, who’s given a final chance at success when he reluctantly becomes a manny to his famous best friend’s problem-child daughter. The eight episode series, with half hour episodes, is exec produced by Elba, Reich and Tristram Shapeero and co-executive produced by Martin Joyce, Ana Garanito, and written by Laura Neal, Femi Oyeniran, and Victoria Asare-Archer.

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Richard Pryor’s Daughter, Rain Pryor Announces Comedy Series Based On Her Life

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Rain Pryor has officially teamed up with TV maverick, Norman Lear to help produce a comedy series based on Rain’s one-woman show, ‘Fried Chicken and Latkes’For those out of the loop, Rain has been traveling with her one-woman show in recent years and has received rave reviews. The current project doesn’t have a home yet but we feel certain that a network would be interested to display insight on having Richard Pryor as a father.

Rain Pryor’s one-woman show is headed for the small screen. TV legend Norman Lear, Will Gluck and his Olive Bridge Entertainment banner and Global Road Entertainment are teaming up with Pryor — the daughter of late comedian Richard Pryor — to develop Fried Chicken and Latkes as a single-camera comedy. A network is not yet attached. The semi-autobiographical Fried Chicken and Latkes starts with Pryor as a preteen trying to find her place in the world while growing up in 1970s Beverly Hills. Being biracial, half-Jewish and the daughter of the famous and troubled comedian, Pryor’s identity is as big of a challenge as her outspoken, eccentric family life.

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