BET Murder Inc documentary: Air date, plot, trailer & more
10 August 2022, 14:42
The five-part television series has started airing on BET
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The five-part documentary will explore the untold tale of the rise, fall, and redemption of the notorious hip-hop label, which launched in 1999, and its iconic founder and CEO, Irving 'Irv Gotti' Lorenzo.
Each episode uses never-before-seen footage as well as a soundtrack of chart-topping tunes that helped create the musical era, that will take audiences through the label's roots to modern day.
"My life and Murder Inc. has been filled with many highs and lows. I got to work with my brothers and a lot of great people; from Jay-Z, DMX, Fat Joe, Mary J Blige, to name a few" says Irv Gotti, the founder and CEO of Murder Inc Records.
"Also, I got to start my record label, Murder Inc. Records, with Ja Rule by my side. My life was filled with great lows, but I’m not ashamed of those lows. It all helped make me the person I am today. So, with this documentary series, I plan to tell the truth and nothing but the truth so help me GOD".
With it now airing, here's everything we know so far!
When will the documentary air?
The documentary started airing yesterday (August 9) on BET. It is five parts so is likely to air on consecutive Tuesday nights at 9pm.
Is there a trailer?
A trailer was released last week (August 5) which documents the premise of the show, including music, interviews of the hip-hop dynasty.
You can watch the trailer below.
What will the plot be about?
According to Tiffany Lea Williams, the Executive Vice President of BET Unscripted Programming, the documentary will be focused on how they rose to the top of the music industry whilst also discussing their fall.
"Music is in our DNA. We thank our long-standing partner Irv Gotti, and the many talented artists at the iconic label for trusting our brand to tell their personal and inspiring stories. We look forward to bringing viewers a compelling music documentary series that reveals how this label consequently changed the music industry forever" she added.
BET have previously aired docuseries on other iconic hip-hop dynasties, including No Limit, Ruff Ryders, and Uptown Records.