50 Cent has a new series, let me listen to a nursery rhymea novel by Tiffany Jackson was brought to television.
Deadline reports that the project will be created by Morenike Balogun, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and his G-Unit Films and Television Company, Lionsgate TV, studio-based The Tannenbaum Co. and Universal Television.
50 Cent shared the news on his social media pages.In an Instagram post, the rapper-turned-producer said
“Green Light Gang, here comes another one!”
Morgan Cooper will also serve as director and executive producer. Cooper, who is developing the Bel-air, shared his excitement on Instagram.
“Lockdown, same energy. Excited to bring this show to life with @50cent / Morenike Balogun / @lionsgate and the rest of @peacocktv – Big S/O to @writeinbk Trust us to adapt this wonderful show based on her novel Story, I’m honored to be directing the EP and pilot. Stay tuned! -mc,” Cooper wrote.
According to the deadline, let me listen to a nursery rhyme is described as true detective meet out of compton, a coming-of-age story set against the backdrop of the violence and popularity of ’90s hip-hop.Part Murder Mystery, Part Thriller, Part Love Story let me listen to a nursery rhyme is a quality drama with elements of surrealism about three grieving teens who use clues left in music by their murdered friend to find their killer. This discovery set off a chain of events that they never expected.
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