Season 2 Of 50 Cent’s “BMF” Has A Release Date

Season 2 Of 50 Cent's "BMF" Has A Release Date

The second season of 50 Cent’s popular STARZ series BMF has a confirmed release date, and a star-studded, action-packed trailer has been released to set the mood.

On Friday, January 6, the well-liked series will return, debuting on the STARZ app at Midnight and airing on the cable network at 8:00 p. EST.

Deadline claims that Season 2 will further immerse viewers in the growth of the Flenory brothers, Big Meech and Southwest Tee, as they start to extend their empire outside of Detroit with an eye on world dominance.

The teaser teases two prominent guest stars in addition to rehashing classic plotlines like Meech and Tee’s arguments with their parents and with one another.

After 50 Cent kept his promise to include Mo’Nique in one of his shows earlier this year, she makes her debut as Goldie. This season, Leslie Jones, a comedian, plays the part of Federal Agent Tracy Chambers on BMF.

Snoop Dogg returns as Pastor Swift in the Season 2 teaser as well. Yung Miami, who gave fans a glimpse of her character, Deanna, when she revealed she had landed the job in October, isn’t shown in the trailer.

A tweet from the official BMF account honoring Mo’Nique, Yung Miami, Leslie Jones, and Snoop served as another pre-release indication from STARZ.

A number of records were broken at STARZ with the release of BMF in September 2021, including the No. 1 premiere on the network’s app last year across all of its programs. It was one of the most intensely engaged series premieres ever, according to early reports that came out right after the show’s premiere.

The success of the program led to its renewal before the second episode had even aired.

“Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson continues to find and cultivate stories like BMF that are culturally relevant, bringing the network important untold stories that are incredibly diverse both in front of and behind the camera,” STARZ CEO Jeffrey Hirsch added. “Following such a strong debut, we’re excited to see what Curtis, Randy, and the award-worthy cast deliver in the second season.”

Due to the show’s success, STARZ approved The BMF Documentary: Blowing Money Fast two months later. The successful television series, which was once advertised as an eight-episode docu-series, has a companion documentary that is presently showing and is executive produced by 50 Cent.

However, 50 Cent had already made it known that his contract with the network was over before The BMF Documentary even aired on STARZ last month. In the middle of September, Fif casually announced the news in the description of a video showing him manually tallying piles of cash.

“No one from music culture has had success in Television production,” he wrote. “I have 25 shows now and I’ve made some big deals away from the TV. I’m out of my deal at STARZ tomorrow.”

He later signed a contract for a three-project collaboration with Lusid Media. The partnership’s financial details and debut project, an unscripted crime drama that will air on Peacock next year, have not yet been made public.

“I am excited by the kind of stories we’re going to be bringing to life together, and can’t wait for the first project to reach Peacock next year,” 50 Cent said. “G-Unit Film & Television continues to go from strength to strength, and this partnership with Lusid is another great collaboration for the team.”

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