Ludacris’ Radio DJ Days In Atlanta Gets Green Light For New BET+ Series

Ludacris, acclaimed rapper and actor, is diving into a new realm with a series inspired by his experiences as the up-and-coming DJ Chris Lova Lova. This currently untitled dramedy is being developed by Black Entertainment Television’s streaming service, drawing from Ludacris’ competitive beginnings in the Atlanta music scene.

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ATLANTA, GEORGIA – NOVEMBER 13: Chris “Ludacris” Bridges attends an Atlanta special screening of Disney’s “Dashing Through the Snow” at Regal Atlantic Station on November 13, 2023 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Derek White/Getty Images for Disney)

The series promises to capture the dynamic and often challenging of a , focusing on the lengths its characters go to boost their ratings. It’s penned by Noah Gardenswartz, known for his work on “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” and he will also serve as an executive producer.

Chris “Ludacris” Bridges not only brings his life to the series but also contributes as the music supervisor and executive producer. The project is a with his own label, Disturbing Tha Peace, co-founded with manager Chaka Zulu, is also on board as an executive producer.

Joining Ludacris in the production team are industry heavyweights like Larry Wilmore, former correspondent for “The Daily Show” and host of “The Nightly Show,” and Malcolm D. Lee of Blackmaled Productions. Lee, who has previously directed hits like “Girls Trip” and “ School,” is fresh off his work on “The Best Man: The Final Chapters” for Peacock, a Universal TV-backed series.

This new venture marks a reunion for Ludacris with Universal Television, following his role in the studio’s film division franchise, “Fast and the Furious.” Other executive include Dominique Telson from Blackmaled Productions, Jeff Dixon from Disturbing Tha Peace, Josh Bratman, and David Blackman from Polygram Entertainment.

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