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With Meech barely out of the hospital and still bleeding out, Terry assumes command of BMF. BMF is strapped for cash, out of product, and down to their last men. Terry tries to find a new supply to alleviate their problems. Click inside to read the full recap of 'BMF' Season 2 Episode 4.

Michole Briana White, the actress portraying Big Meech and Southwest T's mother on the hit Starz series BMF is gaining a lot of notoriety from the role. Click inside to figure out where you've seen her before!

Episode three of this season picks up on Devil's Night (the night before Halloween associated with vandalism and arson) in Detroit. Add that to the drug drought and the city was on fire this episode...literally. Click inside to read the full recap of ‘BMF’ Season 2 Episode 3!

This week Starz announced that it has ordered a third season of its popular Detroit-based family drama. Click inside to learn more!

This week's episode was titled 'Family Business.' Although the Flenory brothers are still at odds, we see them have to work together despite their differences to keep everything copasetic. Click inside to read the full recap of 'BMF' Season 2 Episode 2.

The hit Starz series is back! In the Season 2 premiere, Meech and Terry are both trying to make the best of their new situations. Click inside to find out what happened in the episode!

Starz ordered a BMF documentary series from Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, executive producer behind the network’s breakout hit drama series BMF (Black Mafia Family). Read more details inside.

Last night, season 1 of BMF came to a close and now fans are already eager to see how season 2 pops off.

Fans are singing a familiar 1980's R&B tune thanks to Starz drama series BMF. Michigan rapper YN Jay took advantage of the moment with his own rendition of the hit song.

The latest Starz hit drama series from executive producer Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson BMF has brought major attention to television’s new favorite villain, British actor Eric Kofi-Abrefa, who portrays Lamar. Read about how he perfected his Detroit accent inside.

Abrefa plays mentally unstable O.G., Lamar, who is recently released from prison and wants his girl, stepdaughter, and drug territory back.

Like the badass, boss women who paved the way before her, Ajiona has allowed her work ethic to speak for itself.