These days, 50 Cent is making as many headlines producing television shows as he’s putting out music. Yesterday, it was reported that 50 Cent is set to produce several sitcoms. For this, he has joined hands with the networks, and his first two projects are for Sony’s Crackle streaming platform. “The Oath,” and “RPN” are currently in the works, and the two shows will premiere anytime in the second half of 2017 or the first half of 2018.

During his career, 50 Cent has sold more than 20 million albums worldwide and won numerous awards.

His prominent projects are “Get Rich or Die Tryin,” “Home of the Brave,” and “Righteous Kill.”

‘RPM’ – a TV series with incredible story

In addition to 50 Cent’s series “RPM,” a show of the same name is being aired on Network Ten. Every year, its season runs from March to November, in line with major events of Australia such as Bathurst 1000 and Clipsal 500.

In recent years, the show has gained tremendous success due to its unique theme and incredible presentation. “RPM” was first launched in 1997, and its original version was hosted by Bill Woods and Barry Sheene.

50 Cent is also co-producing “RPM,” which is being described as a high-octane series about the working class of Boston.

Nick Phillips, Kelly Wagner, and Adam Riback are on board as executive producers, while Leo Sardarian is scripting the show. It will throw light on the problems of working men and women, and how they struggle to earn a living.

The 2-hour show will premiere on Sunday nights, at different time slots depending on the other coverage of the network.

‘The Oath’ – an anticipated show

The Oath” is a popular medical drama by Wawa Pictures. Its story is about the friendship of a Chinese doctor and a Western physician. The series was first premiered in October 2011, on Mediacorp Channel 8.

It was the first Wawa Pictures show to be broadcast on a big channel. The first season ran from 2011 to 2012. Later on, the channel ordered new episodes, and again, it was aired in November 2015.

Two medical practitioners have their own approaches to the field. Christopher Lee and Jesseca Liu love to get involved in complex medical cases. After working together for several years, Christopher loses his memory due to a severe road accident, while Jessica is being diagnosed with a brain tumor.

The new series “The Oath” is being scripted by Joe Halpin (Hawaii Five-0) and financed by 50 Cent. Its story is about a group of youngsters who decide to protect people from a dangerous gang. Todd Hoffman and Dennis Kim are serving as executive producers, with Halpin as the showrunner.