Get ready for a gripping tale of crime, family, and ambition as BMF, or Black Mafia Family, returns for its highly-anticipated Season 2. Based on the true story of the Black Mafia Family, this crime drama series delves into the compelling journey of two brothers who rise from humble beginnings to become the masterminds behind the organization: Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory and Terry “Southwest T.” Flenory. Their pursuit of the American dream leads them down a treacherous path, involving money laundering, drug trafficking, and a quest for recognition on both national and global scales.
In a remarkable twist, Demetrius Flenory Jr., the son of the real-life Demetrius “Meech” Flenory, steps into his father’s shoes in this series. Da’Vinchi stars as Terry “Southwest T” Flenory, and the ensemble cast includes Russell Hornsby, Michole Briana White, Myles Truitt, Steve Harris, La La Anthony, and Kelly Hu. Season 2 promises some exciting guest appearances, including SNL’s Leslie Jones, Caresha Romeka Brownlee from the hip-hop duo City Girls, and Academy Award-winning actress Mo’Nique. Get ready for more drama, action, and suspense in this thrilling saga.
How Many Episodes Are in BMF Season 2?
Unlike the first season, which only had eight episodes, BMF Season 2 will have a total of ten episodes. Each episode has an average running time of 52 minutes.
When Can You Stream BMF Season 2?
Better mark your calendars! Season 2 of BMF premieres on January 6, 2023. Each episode will be released on a weekly basis, with its final episode on March 17, 2023.
Is There a Trailer for BMF Season 2?
The trailer for BMF Season 2 was released by Starz on November 26, 2022. Still set in late 1980s Detroit, the new season sees the return of brothers Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory (Flenory Jr.) and Terry “Southwest T” Flenory (Da’Vinchi) as they climb their way out of poverty and create what’s now considered as one of the country’s most influential crime families: Black Mafia Family. In this season, Meech is even more serious about the business, and his sights are set outside of Detroit. Meanwhile, Terry plans on getting his education at school while establishing a legitimate car-ride service with his dad. But throughout the season, chaos ensues and the two brothers unite.
Despite being at risk of losing everything, the duo strives to become stronger than ever and implement a new vision for themselves and their company. Developing alliances along the way, such as Goldie, a sophisticated Atlanta strip club owner who ensures Meech has his future settled out. The brothers face virtually insurmountable difficulties as they expand the business beyond Detroit to Lansing, Ohio, and even the South, eventually coming face-to-face with a bloody battle for the reigning territory and a devastating discovery regarding a member of their own crew.
What Is BMF About?
BMF is based on the true American story of a pair of brothers behind the Southwest Detroit-based Black Mafia Family. The two brothers, the charismatic ringleader Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory and the much more business-savvy Terry “Southwest T.” Flenory, not only established themselves as a notoriously prominent drug trade business but have also cemented their positions as icons in the world of hip hop. Rooted in “love, family, and capitalism in the pursuit of the American dream”, BMF follows the brothers’ partnership as their family loyalty is tested while chasing after their risky ambitions.
What Was Production Like for BMF?
BMF was created by Randy Huggins and executive produced by Curtis Jackson, more famously known as the legendary rapper, actor, and businessman 50 Cent. News of Jackson developing the show circulated in July 2019, but it was only until April 2020 that Starz gave the thumbs up for the series. Principal photography was conducted in January 2021, with most of the filming taking place in Atlanta and Detroit – staying true to the original Black Mafia Family’s home grounds. The first season aired on September 26, 2021, with the second season set to be released on January 6, 2023.
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