Rapper Ludacris is gearing up for an exciting venture with his very own series on BET, a development inspired by his early days as DJ Chris Lova Lova in Atlanta.
The Hollywood Reporter recently confirmed this groundbreaking project, currently untitled, which is poised to be a 30-minute dramedy capturing the essence of Luda’s formative years in the music scene.
The series promises a compelling narrative, delving into the misadventures of a dynamic ensemble determined to go to great lengths to enhance ratings at their hip-hop radio station.
Ludacris, deeply involved in the production, not only assumes the role of producer but also serves as the music supervisor for the show.
Adding to the star-studded team, comedian Noah Gardenswartz, acclaimed for his contributions to “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” takes charge of writing the series.
Collaborating with Gardenswartz are industry veterans Larry Wilmore, Malcolm D. Lee, and Ludacris’s manager, Chaka Zulu, all contributing as producers.
This Universal-backed project is a testament to Ludacris’s enduring 20-year partnership with the entertainment giant, a relationship forged through the immensely successful Fast & Furious series.
As anticipation builds, this BET series is poised to carve its niche in the entertainment landscape, offering viewers a glimpse into Ludacris’s early DJ career with a captivating mix of drama and comedy.