Pete Davidson is all set to make a comeback after mental health treatment. On August 1 it was confirmed that the actor has booked two sold-out shows at the Improv in Dania, Florida. Also, he will be alongside fellow comedians John Mulaney and Jon Stewart. As per the details the show will be held in September and the trio will be seen in Springfield, Massachusetts, on Sept. 8, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, on Sept. 9, and Atlantic City, New Jersey, on Sept. 10. Moreover, the show will begin from August 2 titled “Jon, John & Pete.”
One month before Pete went to rehab
The 30-year-old went to rehab a month after the announcement. However, it isn’t revealed if he is still receiving treatment while he works on his new project.
At that time a source said, “Pete Davidson has been in rehab and is being treated for mental health issues. He can be manic and wasn’t sleeping well or taking good care of himself, so he decided to go to get help, take a break, and get back on track. Pete is focusing on himself.”
Prior to the announcement, Davidson also went through a lot of trouble. As the Saturday Night Live alum avoided jail time after being charged with misdemeanor reckless driving.
Moreover, he is ordered to complete 50 hours of community service for the Beverly Hills car crash. Apart from that, he also had to complete 12 hours of traffic school along with restitution and obey all laws.
Needless to say, after his exit from SNL, his new show will indeed be a treat for his fans. Meanwhile, talking about the acting gigs he will see in upcoming films Bodies Bodies Bodies and Dumb Money.