Since its premiere on Starz in September, BMF has quickly risen to become one of the year’s most anticipated television shows.
Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory and his brother Terry have sought to build their own drug empire in southwest Detriot, and the series has been filled with twists and turns as it has tracked their lives and attempts.
With each new episode, BMF has left fans wanting more, but with season 1 coming to an end on November 21st, will the show return to Starz for a second season?
Are They Coming Back for Season 2?
There will be a second season of BMF, to be sure.
Just four days after the first episode of BMF aired on Starz, the program was renewed for a second season on September 30, according to the network.
As shown by the show’s high Rotten Tomatoes audience rating of 83 percent, there has been a positive reception to the series. It has been announced that there would be more episodes.
Fans will have to wait until the second half of 2022 for the next chapter of BMF to be revealed to them, despite the fact that no release date has been announced for the second season.
BMF Season 2 Cast
- Snoop Dogg portrays Pastor Swift
- Steve Harris portrays Detective Bryant
- Serayah portrays Lori Walker
- La La Anthony portrays Markaisha Taylor
- Eminem as White Boy Rick (Guest Starring)
- Walnette Marie Santiago as Cecile aka Big L (Guest Starring)
- Felisha Terrell as Commander Mars aka Commander Marceline ‘Mars’ Beckwith (Guest Starring)
- Demetrius Flenory Jr. portrays Demetrius Flenory
- Da’Vinchi portrays Terry Flenory
- Myles Truitt portrays B-Mickie
- Russell Hornsby portrays Charles Flenory
- Michole Briana White portrays Lucille
- Sydney Mitchell as LaWanda
What Can We Anticipate From Bmf’s Second Season?
The second season of this show was renewed only a few days after the first episode aired, so it’s too soon to guess what will happen in the second season. However, the first episode of the second season did not disappoint.
Nevertheless, we may expect Curtis Jackson, the show’s executive producer, to elaborate on the first episode’s focus on the two brothers and their business empire. You should keep in mind that the lives of these two brothers are recounted in this television series, which is loosely based on a true story.
We can expect it to be even more thrilling than Curtis’ Power and Power Book II, which was released in 2011. In a statement provided to the media by Starz President Jeffrey Hitch, he (Hitch) stated that he was looking forward to seeing what Curtis, Randy, and the award-winning movie cast had in store for the second season.
Eminem, the world-renowned rapper whose repertoire includes such masterpieces as Marshall Mathers LP, may also make an appearance, albeit for a brief period of time. Season 2 will be even bigger and better than Season 1, which means that it will be even more successful.
The seventh episode was a flop during the season due to its premature airing, which enraged executive producer 50 Cent. However, Meech attempted to have Lamar murdered but was merely wounded when it was actually aired. B-Mickie learned of Kato’s secret and confronted her with a gun. She implored him that she had changed and pleaded with him to assist her in assassinating Lamar!
BMF Season 1 Recap
Meech and Terry Flenory grew up in poverty, but Pat, their mentor, provided them with their first taste of luxury as teenagers. Despite his best efforts to teach them the ropes of the dope trade, they had other ideas.
It was the 50 Boyz who stood up to a bigger gang, and they proved it (The 12 Street Boys.) Lamar, a new psychopath, has escaped prison and is on a mission to rob Meech of everything he owns. I’m so sorry to hear that Terry got shot!
With this lie about Terry’s death, Lamar wanted to incite fear among the 12th Street Boys’ followers, especially Jame-mo. B-Mickie killed Jame-mo for Meech in the end. The D.R.A.N.O. task force was established in order to take on drug traffickers and their associates. Meech and Terry made a smooth transition from food stands to food trucks.
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Kato, a senior lieutenant in the 50 Boyz, was ambitious but secretive. As part of a debt she owed Lamar, she assisted him in getting information about the B.M.F. brothers. She gave it to Lamar as a gift. Slick and his goon robbed it because of this. As B-Mickie (the 3rd in command of the 50 Boyz) began a covert romance with Kato, he decided to change his views.
The B.M.F. brothers were on the verge of escaping Pat’s clutches when Terry met their new plug Big L. In order to convince Lamar to return the medications he had stolen from them, Meech and Terry developed a plan of action.
Meech and Lamar’s love interest was Monique. Due to Lamar’s confusion, Meech snatched Monique’s daughter, who Lamar mistakenly thought was his own. Their right-hand man Slick was forced into exchanging the cocaine for the girl by the group.
He was killed in a viral video singing Loose Ends’ “You Can’t Stop The Rain” after Slick returned the girl. When Lamar embarked on a killing spree, he not only killed Meech, Terry, and everyone else in his path, but also the new lover of their baby sister.
Meech revealed Kato to B-Mickie in the season 1 finale of B.M.F., forcing her to choose loyalty over love. He baited Lamar by using Kato as a lure. The assassination of Lamar was carried out by Meech, and that of Kato by B-Mickie! Despite Meech’s efforts to improve their organization, Terry quit the game, leaving his brother in the lurch as the Kings of Detroit after they had just climbed to the top of Motor City.