Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson Inc. Content Partnership with Lucid Media

By | October 31, 2022

Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and his G-Unit Film and Television banner have set up a three-project partnership with Lucid Media. Difference He learned alone.

The companies have already prepared the first project according to the agreement. Exact details are being worked out, but it is known that 2023 will be the first unscripted true crime on Peacock. Jackson will produce the series and work with Lucid to develop two additional projects under the deal.

“I’m excited about the stories we’re bringing to life together, and I can’t wait for the first project, Peacock, to arrive next year,” Jackson said. “G-Unit continues to go from strength to strength in film and television, and this partnership with Lucid is another great collaboration for the group.”

The Peacock series and partnership with Lucid mark some of Jackson’s first publicly announced TV ventures since his overall contract with Starz expired earlier this year. Jackson previously posted on social media, “This is how I feel right now! The STARZ deal is done, we’ve had nothing but success, so no hard feelings…I’m out. I’ll let you know where we’re going soon.” Jackson signed a deal with Premium Cable in 2018 Difference At the time, reporting was approximately $150 million.

“50 Cent is a storied event, and we’re excited to combine our record in the uncharted entertainment space, and the dynamics of 50 and the G-Unit team,” said Lucid Media President Zach Weisfeld. There is a completely different energy and unique perspective that makes our joint projects truly unique.

Jackson and G-Unit Film & TV are best known for producing Starz’s critically acclaimed “Power” franchise, while Jackson has also appeared in the motherhood show Kanan Stark. In addition to the original show, three spinoffs have launched on Starz to date. Jackson and G-Unit will produce the Starz series “BMF,” the second season of which will conclude in January 2023. On the unscripted side, the company has a series called “Hip Hop Murder” coming to WeTV in November. In features, G-Unit has a three-picture horror deal with Eli Roth and 3Black Dot.

Jackson was repped by the AP and attorney Stephen Savva. Lucid Media is represented by APA.

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