50 Cent Reality Show Coming To Hulu
Hold on, there’s a 50 Cent reality show on the way? That’s the word around town.
Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, a rising star in the world of television production, has taken an unexpected turn in his career by launching a brand-new reality show.
According to Deadline, Jackson will back the Hulu-produced reality tattoo series Redemption Ink. The series’ logline goes as follows:
“Redemption Ink follows ex-gang and hate group members at a crossroads in their lives.
“As a first step toward redemption, these troubled individuals are covering up their gangland tattoos, which stand as constant reminders of their dark and complex histories. While sitting in the chair, they will share their emotional stories with the talented tattoo artists devoted to giving them hope.”
Hulu Tattoo Reality Show Produced By 50 Cent
Jackson has other projects in the pipeline besides Redemption Ink; the actor and rapper will work together on an 8 Mile television series. A television show called Fightland, which will highlight the perilous world of British boxing, is also in the works with Jackson’s production business.
The leader of G-Unit signed a broadcast direct contract with Fox in February. He will create live-action and animated scripted series for the network through the non-exclusive partnership with G-Unit Film & Television company.
50 also plans to release new songs in 2023 and produce Lady Danger (an animated series) with Nicki Minaj.
Between 2014 until 2020, Jackson appeared in all six seasons of Power as Kanan Stark. Power is the first installment of a franchise that will feature spin-offs. Power Books II, III and IV are Ghost, Raising Kanan, and Force, respectively.
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