According to reports, Moment in Time: The Massacre (working title) will be helmed by writer and executive producer Abdul Williams, and is described as a “‘seasonal’ anthology series that will explore the true stories in which iconic hip hop moments collided with the “sensational” and sometimes criminal events behind-the-scenes.” The first season will focus on 50’s past beef with The Game, which saw G-Unit go against music executive James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond as they uncovered the murder-for-hire plot that sent Henchman to prison.
The other drama series is inspired by Lynn, the first Black woman to represent a top 3 NFL draft pick. The untitled show will be executive produced by Tash Gray and Lynn herself and tells the story of a young and determined African-American woman who rises through the ranks of the competitive and male-dominated industry of sports agents. On top of football players, Lynn also represents softball players, music artists and now back-to-back top 10 picks in the NFL. She recently received her certification for the NBA.
Elsewhere in music, André 3000 narrated a story of how he almost died as a child.