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FOX Developing Drama Series ‘ATLANTA’S MOST WANTED’ With Rapper T.I and Jerry Bruckheimer

June 20, 2017

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FOX is developing an upcoming drama series ATLANTA’S MOST WANTED, with rapper Tip “T.I.” Harris set to star and executive produce alongside Jerry Bruckheimer.

In this one-hour drama, Harris will play Marcus Armstrong, the son of a notorious Atlanta criminal kingpin. He is recruited to be a part of a new vice squad that tackles the growing criminal elements in his hometown. His involvement will jeopardize his own long held secret that threatens to upend his entire life.

Jerry Bruckheimer will produce along with 20th Century FOX Television. Bruckheimer and Harris will executive produce alongside Jonathan Littman, Brian She, KristieAnne Reid, and Rob Hardy. Rodney Barnes will executive produce in addition to writing. Mitzi Miller will co-executive produce. James Oh produces.

Harris said:

“I am honored to partner with FOX and Bruckheimer on what is truly a passion project for me. It’s going to be amazing to see my city represented in this fashion. “

Harris and Kevin Hart also sold a half-hour comedy The Studio to Showtime, which they will executive produce. His VH1 docu-series Family Hustle just aired its sixth season and 100th episode, to record breaking ratings for the network and franchise. On the film side, Harris will begin production on The Trap, a comedy starring himself and Mike Epps that will also produce through his Grand Hustle Films. Next month, he begins filming Marvel’s sequel, Ant-Man and the Wasp. 

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