BMF Immortal: 50 Cent is Planning Three BMF Spinoffs


One thing 50 Cent is going to do is turn his TV series into a franchise.

Similar to what 50 Cent (real name Curtis Jackson) has done with his Power series, the mogul plans to do the same with BMF. During the BMF season 2 premiere, Jackson teased BMF will expand into BMF Immortal and has plans on making three spinoffs. The projects are still in the earliest stages, so titles and details will be announced at a later date.

Despite the mogul not renewing his exclusive deal with Starz according to Deadline both Starz and Jackson are committed to creating content that connects culturally like BMF and the Power Universe series. Outside of the Power franchise and upcoming BMF franchise, the executive producer is also developing a new British boxing drama series titled “Fightland” with Starz. The series is set within the high stakes, cash rich, dangerous world of British boxing.

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Fightland follows a retired disgraced world champion fighter drawn into the corrupt underbelly of the sport after the disappearance of his childhood best friend and training partner. To save his friend, the troubled fighter will have to return to a way of life that nearly destroyed him – one that cost him everything to leave behind.

According to Deadline, “a source at the Season 2 soiree shared that the network is invested in Jackson who has a proven track record as a producer who resonates with audiences in a big way. Their collaborations continue to bring in solid viewership numbers, so Starz and Curtis’ G-Unit Film & TV will continue to look for ways to expand the storytelling.”

Season 2 of BMF is now airing new episodes weekly on Starz.

The second season begins with Meech and Terry at odds. Meech wants to expand the business beyond Detroit, yet Terry is no longer in the game and is focused on school and launching a legitimate car-ride service with his Pops. As the season unfolds, the streets implode and the brothers risk losing everything. We find out what happens to Meech and Terry as they both seek to become stronger than ever and strategically execute a new vision.

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Returning cast include Demetrius “Lil Meech” Flenory Jr., the son of Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory; Da’Vinchi, Russell Hornsby, Michole Briana White, Myles Truitt and Steve Harris. Snoop Dogg, Arkeisha “Kash Doll” Knight, Wood Harris and Serayah recur in the series. Leslie Jones, Kelly Hu and Christine Horn are joining for season 2 with Lala, whose recurring role in season 1 being upped to a series regular.

BMF comes from 50 Cent and writer/executive producer and Detroit native Randy Huggins Jackson. Fifty will executive produce via his G-Unit Film and Television banner as part of his overall deal with Starz. Huggins also will executive produce with Terri Kopp, Anthony Wilson and Anne Clements. Senior Vice President of Original Programming Kathryn Tyus-Adair is the executive overseeing the series on behalf of Starz. Erin Conroy is the executive overseeing the series on behalf of Lionsgate. Heather Zuhlke joins as an executive producer on Season 2 with Anthony Wilson and Anne Clements who are both set to return to executive produce.

Who’s story would you like to see get a spinoff within the BMF Immortal space?

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