50 Cent’s TV career continues to flourish with a new series Confessions of a Crime Queen heading to Discovery+.
The network gave a straight-to-series order to Confessions of a Crime Queen, a true-crime anthology series. 50 is developing the project through his G-Unit Film & Television banner, Rich Bye and his Goodbye Pictures and Lionsgate Television.
The series is described as the first-of-its-kind anthology series. It brings to life riveting, headline-making stories by combining documentary and scripted genres. Each season will focus on a different crime queen.
Each season of Confessions of a Crime Queen will center on the true story of a woman who built and led a multi-million dollar crime empire. It will tell her rise and dramatic fall from power. An A-list actress will portray the subject of the season and she will also interview the real-life female crime lord at the center of the story.
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“As G-Unit Film & Television continues its rapid growth, we have to think outside the box and challenge ourselves to tell entertaining and important stories in new ways,” said Jackson announcing the series. “With the support of discovery+, our friends at Lionsgate TV and in partnership with top producer, Rich Bye and Goodbye Pictures, we have the right team to help us continue pushing the creative envelope. I am thrilled to add Confessions of a Crime Queen to the G-Unit Film & Television slate in 2022.”
Jackson and Bye are executive producing the series.
“Goodbye Pictures is continually exploring ways to challenge narrative convention and is thrilled to explore a bold new form of storytelling with partners Curtis, Lionsgate, and discovery+ on Confessions of a Crime Queen,” said Bye.
The first season casting is underway. Season one will debut some time next year.
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This is just one of the many projects 50 Cent has either in the works or airing on various networks. He produces Power Book II: Ghost, which is going into its second season. Fifty also executive produces Power Book III: Raising Kanan, it will debut this summer. The latter will focus on 50 Cent’s character from Power.
He also is producing Starz’s Black Family Mafia, For Life at ABC and the comedy Family Affair. The G-Unit slate also includes The 50th Law at Netflix, A Moment In Time: Massacre. There is also an untitled female sports agent project and The Case Of Cyntoia Brown at Starz. And at Paramount+ is Twenty Four Seven, among other upcoming and to-be-announced projects.