When it comes to television, 50 Cent knows how to pick winners. The hip-hop mogul has found much success as the executive producer of the Starz hit series, Power.
Now, 50 will be putting on his executive producer hat again for a new drama called, The Oath.
“The Oath,” will be a 10-episode series and is written by former L.A. Sheriff’s deputy Joe Halpin (Hawaii Five-0, The Lottery, Secrets and Lies) that takes viewers inside the world of police gangs.
The series will air on Crackle, which is a streaming service subsidiary of Sony. The Oath does not have a release date, but it is described as following the life of police officers who are trying to stay out of jail and alive as they re-evaluate the principles and struggles of their police brethren.
50 announced his latest business venture on Instagram with the caption,”Im out here, I’m not playing around. you see me getting the job done. 💰Get with me #smsaudio.”
In a statement, he said of his latest series, “I am very excited to be partnering with Sony Pictures Television Networks and Crackle. To be able to bring this story to life is something I’m looking forward to and Joe Halpin’s personal experience will make this unlike anything that’s been seen before.”
It’s possible 50 might even make a cameo appearance in the series like he does on Power.