ET's Kevin Frazier joined Hart and his Real Husbands of Hollywood co-star Duane Martin on the set of their BET reality comedy series, and Hart opened up about his new Peacock project, and becoming a talk show host.
"The world of broadcast and hosting, it's something that, as a personality, I've always wanted to do." Hart shared. "I don't wanna wait until the end of my career."
"I love that I am where I'm at, in that I have access to amazing relationships. So, Peacock allowed me the opportunity to put that on display," Hart added. "So it's a talk show where there is no script, there is no prep, it's just conversation off the cuff."
For his new series, Hart sits down with a number of big time stars -- including Miley Cyrus, Don Cheadle, Kelly Clarkson, Cameron Diaz, Taraji P. Henson and Jimmy Kimmel -- for candid and heartfelt conversations about their lives and their career journeys.
"I hope to get the A-list level of individuals that people may or may not know and give you a look inside them and inside their minds in a way that nobody else can," Hart explained.