Starz has once in a while met a drug-based crime drama it wasn’t willing to give a second season, series, or “book” to—particularly when it’s even digressively identified with the universe of Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson’s super-successful Power franchise of shows.
Presently the cable network has stretched out that equivalent treatment to recent debut BMF, guaranteeing that the true story of the Flenory brothers, and their Black Mafia Family, will reach out for basically one more year.
That is good news for us, since BMF has turned out to be an immediately settled pleasure on the Starz plan, a purposely uncomfortable mix of family dramatization and road based action—just made additional electric by a featuring performance from Demetrius Flenory Jr. as, well, Demetrius Flenory Sr., with the son playing a more youthful version of a dad who’s at present carrying out a 30-year jail punishment for running one of the biggest drug empires in American history.
BMF stars Flenory, Russell Hornsby, Steve Harris, Da’Vinchi, Eric Kofi-Abrefa, and more. The series broadcasted its first episode on Starz on Sunday night.
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