50 Cent's 'The Oath' Drama Series Renewed For Second Season

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The televised story about gang culture will be back on Crackle.

(AllHipHop News) 50 Cent's G-Unit Film & Television Inc will produce another season of The Oath. Crackle announced a second round of episodes at the company’s upfront presentation at Sony Headquarters in New York.

“Our audience has truly responded to this authentic, raw, and compelling series,” said Eric Berger, Chief Digital Officer, Sony Pictures Television Networks and General Manager, Sony Crackle. “Thanks to Joe, 50 Cent and our stellar ensemble and production team for bringing this powerful story to life. We look forward to taking the next step together.”

Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson serves as an executive producer for the series created by former Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department deputy Joe Halpin. According to Crackle, The Oath was the most-watched new original series and currently has the highest retention rate, episode to episode, of any original program on the network.

The Oath has been one of the highlights of my professional career as a writer, so having the opportunity to take our storytelling to that next level is incredibly exciting. Sony Crackle, 50 Cent and the entire cast have been amazing collaborators. We have so much more story to tell and I can't wait to get started," adds Halprin.