Black Mafia Family is back for Season 2 at the top of next year and the season looks like it’s going to be an even bigger one than the first season!
Plot for Season 2:
“Rooted in family, loyalty, and brotherhood, the series continues to explore the brothers’ complex familial relationships with their parents, Charles Flenory (Hornsby) and Lucille Flenory (White), who seek counsel from their spiritual advisor, Pastor Swift (Snoop Dogg). Season 2 begins with Meech and Terry at odds — Meech wants to expand the business beyond Detroit, while Terry is focused on school and launching a legitimate car-ride service with his Pops. But as the season progresses, the streets implode and the brothers must weigh their options. They risk losing everything as they seek to become stronger than ever and strategically execute a new vision for themselves and their businesses.
Along the way, they form an alliance with Goldie (Oscar winner Mo’Nique), a sophisticated Atlanta strip club owner, who helps Meech lay the groundwork for his future. 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.”
BMF‘s second season will also feature Leslie Jones as Special Agent in Charge Tracy Chambers, Caresha “Yung Miami” Brownlee as Deanna Washington and Christine Horn as Mabel Jones, a trusted friend and neighbor to the Flenory family. Despite her vivacious facade, the Flenorys will discover there’s more to Mabel than what meets the eye. The original cast is set to return.
BMF was created by Randy Huggins and was inspired by the true story of two brothers. Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory (Flenory, Jr.) and Terry “Southwest T” Flenory (Da’Vinchi) are from the inner-city streets of southwest Detroit. In the late 1980s, they fostered the most prominent drug trafficking organization in the United States, known as “Black Mafia Family.”
The story explores the brothers’ lives, their family dynamics, and their relationship with the community in a manner that highlights their upbringing in a traditional family unit. Their parents, Charles (Hornsby) and Lucille Flenory (White), as well as their spiritual advisor, Pastor Swift (Dogg), push the brothers to pursue formal educations.