On Thursday, Fif took to Twitter to reflect on the success of he’s achieved at Starz, admitting that he wishes he’d created his TV universe at a different network. In addition, 50 revealed he no longer plans on adapting any more BMF spin-offs, or any other shows for that matter, at Starz.
“I have the number 1,2,3, and 4 top TV shows in African American, and Latina households,” 50 wrote. “I hate that i did them with the wrong people. I’m not doing any BMF spin offs or selling any other shows to STARZ.”
Earlier this year, 50 Cent signed a non-exclusive broadcast deal with Fox.
Variety reported at the time that Fif and his production company G-Unit Film & Television inked an agreement with Fox to develop scripted dramas, live action comedies, and animated series. The future projects will be broadcast by the network and produced by its in-house Fox Entertainment Studios, alongside 50’s banner.
“I am excited to formalize a partnership with Michael Thorn and Fox that will allow G-Unit Film & Television to focus on putting multiple series on Fox, a perfect broadcast destination for G-Unit Film & Television content while our premium, streaming, scripted and non-scripted slates continue to grow in all directions,” 50 said in an official statement.