Lil Dicky & Kevin Hart’s Untitled Comedy Series Picked Up By FX


Like his namesake in frigid water, Lil Dicky has been absent for a minute. Though his newest single, final 12 months’s Chris Brown-assisted “Freaky Friday,” proved to be considerably of a runaway hit, LD seems to have put his music profession on pause. Fans have lengthy understood Dicky’s commitments to his loosely autobiographical tv sequence, which has been within the works behind-the-scenes.

Now, it will seem the items are coming collectively. As it happens, Kevin Hart (together with Saladin Patterson, Greg Mottola, and Scooter Braun) will function government producers for Dicky’s upcoming sequence, which has been formally picked up by FX for a complete first season. While a pilot has lengthy been ordered, this information bodes effectively for these hoping to really see the sequence manifest. 

Lil Dicky & Kevin Hart's Untitled Comedy Series Picked Up By FX

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The sequence will focus on Dicky’s personal meteoric rise, which initially kicked off within the suburbs of Philadelphia. While semi-autobiographical in nature, it is possible that LD will take a web page of the Larry David playbook; in any case, the person does love his Curb Your Enthusiasm. Expect artistic liberties to be taken, and far self-deprecation available. “I’m so grateful for everybody who made this doable, it truly is what I’ve been dreaming about since I used to be a child,” says Dicky, in an announcement. “I really like making folks snigger, it’s my favourite factor ever. And despite the fact that I’m nonetheless totally in love with and dedicated to my profession as a rapper, I’m excited to write down jokes that don’t have to rhyme each time. Ugh, that rhymed.”

It’s been 4 years since Professional Rapper arrived, and lots of are questioning whether or not Dicky intends on delivering a sophomore album in any respect. Still, his vow to maintain going ought to do wonders in cooling the troubled waters. One has to marvel if 2019 will discover the comedic rapper mounting a comeback of types, and a multimedia one at that.