Season 3 Trailer Reveals Meech & Terry's Empire Expansion, Rival Dr*g Dealers, and Drama Down South

Source: Starz

Demetrius Flenory, Jr. and Da'Vinchi are entering the '90s in Season 3 of the popular Starz series BMF. 

Please take a moment to watch the official trailer above.

BMF traces the journey of Big Meech and Southwest T, who rise from humble beginnings in Detroit to become prominent figures in the illegal drug trade, achieving fame and fortune throughout the United States. 

During Season 3, Meech decides to expand their empire by moving to Atlanta. There, they encounter rival crews and have encounters with up-and-coming hip-hop legends. 

Source: Starz

Meanwhile, Terry remains in Detroit, bravely holding down the fort and facing both familiar and new formidable rivals.

BMF has had a significant impact on both music and culture, extending its influence from Atlanta to various locations along the eastern seaboard during the early 1990s. Meech and Terry take great satisfaction in their ability to support their families, communities, and friends, even though they may not fully grasp the true expenses due to their young age.

 Meanwhile, the pursuit of freedom is driven by the persistent presence of systemic and structural racism. This includes the desire for freedom from poverty, as the laws of the country were intentionally created to keep certain individuals in poverty. 

Additionally, there is a yearning for freedom from any rules that may hinder progress. The brothers encounter challenges from every direction, but they are determined to do whatever it takes to attain their share of the American dream.

Returning for Season 3 are actors Demetrius Lil Meech Flenory Jr. as Demetrius Flenory, Da’Vinchi as Terry Flenory, Russell Hornsby as Charles Flenory, and Michole. 

Source: Starz

The cast includes Briana White as Lucille Flenory, Steve Harris as Detective Bryant, Kelly Hu as Detective Jin, La La Anthony as Markisha, Sydney Mitchell as LaWanda, and Laila D. Pruitt as Nicole Flenory.

Guest stars that have been announced include Dominique “Lil Baby” Jones in his acting debut as Payne, NE-YO as Rodney ‘Greeny’ Green, 2 Chainz as Stacks, Saweetie as Keeya, and Cynthia Bailey as Gloria.

The series is produced by Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson through his G-Unit Film and Television production company, in collaboration with creator Randy Huggins and showrunner Heather Zuhlke.

Source: Starz

 Anthony Wilson and Anne Clements are also executive producers on the series. BMF is produced through Jackson's G-Unit Film and Television production company in association with Lionsgate Television for Starz.


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