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50 Cent Says That His Deal With STARZ Network Is Over 

Written by on September 18, 2022

50 Cent Says That His Deal With STARZ Network Is Over

50 Cent Says That His Deal With STARZ Network Is Over 2022

 

It seems that the rapper has had enough with Starz and has plans to leave. He blasted the network on social media in March and doubled down after the release of an episode of Power. While the network has yet to comment on his departure, the rap mogul has tagged Starz executive Anil Kurian with a comment on his Instagram account.

Despite the controversy, 50 Cent’s deal with Starz has come to a bitter end. He has shared grievances with the network in the past two years, particularly regarding how they handled his “Power” spinoff series. The rapper called Starz executives “incompetent” and questioned their decision to release an episode of the show early. However, the network did take the episode off its website.

This latest news is not surprising considering 50 Cent is one of the hardest working people in the TV industry. He has a plethora of projects to choose from. After all, he’s already been nominated for Hustler of the Year at the BET Hip Hop Awards, which will take place in 2022.

However, the latest news on 50 Cent’s relationship with the network comes as a relief for fans. The rapper’s current overall deal with Starz will expire at the end of September, and it was unclear whether Starz would extend the deal after the initial term. As a result, it’s likely that he’ll find another network to sign with.

Meanwhile, the network’s hit series “Power Book IV” has been renewed for a second season. The show starred Joseph Sikora as Tommy from Power, and it has already set a Starz premiere ratings record. It premiered with 3.3 million viewers across all platforms. It’s already produced three spinoff shows.

However, there is still hope for Starz’s future. The star has multiple projects in development at Starz. His company’s label owns G-Unit Film and TV and exec-produces the hip-hop anthology A Moment In Time. The first season was the highest-rated US premiere in the network’s history. The network’s executives have said that the first season is likely to be renewed.


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