“BMF” returns for another explosive season next year, and the stakes are much higher this time as the Flenory brothers and their operation move down to Atlanta. We last saw Meech (Demetrius “Lil Meech” Flenory Jr.) and Terry (Da’Vinchi) slowly drifting apart as heat from law enforcement closes in on their drug business in the season one finale. And things don’t seem to get any easier as the two encounter a whole new set of problems in season two.
“Expanding beyond Detroit to Lansing, Ohio, and even the South, the brothers face nearly insurmountable obstacles, are confronted with a shocking discovery about a member of their own crew, and battle for every inch of territory,” season two’s logline reads. In a previous interview with POPSUGAR, Flenory Jr. said season two is “really just going to blow the audience away.” “I can tell you that [Big Meech] has to elevate his mind,” he added. “Everything about him is elevating, so he’s becoming bigger, wealthier, [and] wiser.”
Meech’s mindset and business aren’t the only things we’ll see change in season two. Following the Flenory family drama that unraveled in season one, this season will surely dig into their fallout as Meech and Terry follow their own pursuits. In an October interview with Entertainment Tonight, Russell Hornsby — who portrays the Flenory family’s patriarch, Charles — said of season two: “We’ll see how the Flenory brothers’ actions affect the relationship between [wife] Lucille and Charles . . . drama at its best!”
Ahead of “BMF” season two, Starz is also releasing a documentary titled “The BMF Documentary: Blowing Money Fast,” an eight-part event beginning Oct. 23, to detail the true story that inspired the hit crime drama, as told by former members, insiders, associates, and celebrities close to the family.
Read ahead for everything we know about “BMF” season two so far, including its premiere date and the show’s new and returning cast.