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Kevin Hart’s ‘Die Hart’ receives season 2 order

The former Quibi show receives a second season on a new home.

Kevin Hart’s Die Hart received a second life after Quibi, the short form streaming service it appeared on, shut down last year. The series, along with other original shows developed by Quibi, found a new home and were rebranded Roku Originals.

When Die Hart premiered on Roku in May, it received a record number of streams the initial weekend. With such success, it is no surprise that it is the first Roku Original to be renewed for a second season. The story follows Hart as he tries his hand at being an action star by learning the ropes of being an action hero.

The series is produced by the multi-platform comedy brand, Laugh Out Loud, and the second season will be titled Die Harter. Hart returns in the starring role and will also executive produce. His longtime business partner and Laugh Out Loud CEO, Jeff Clanagan, will be a producer with Tripper Clancy, Candice Wilson, Bryan Smiley, and Thai Randolph also serving as executive producers. Season one director, Eric Appel, returns to direct.

Catch up on the first season on Roku.

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