People have been itching and waiting for season 2 of the popular webseries, Money & Violence and now it looks like the wait is almost over. Season 2 is set to premiere via TIDAL on Feb. 9 and Feb. 17 on YouTube.
The webseries written, created by Moise Verneau (who plays Rafe on the show) is based on a “true-to-life” portrayal of life in Brooklyn. When it debuted in 2014, the show gained a strong following thanks to guerrilla-style filming. The 28 million views caught the eyes of major networks who offering to carry season two of Money & Violence, eventually Verneau and team sign a partnership with JAY Z and TIDAL.
“It feels amazing to put out season two with so much support from the hip-hop community,” Verneau tells Tribeca Film, who premieres the official S2 trailer. “I feel that this project resonates with those from inside and outside the world that it depicts. To be recognized and shown such support from a community of my peers makes me feel that this project has been received just as I intended for it to be.”
Season 2 of Money and Violence premieres Feb. 9 on TIDAL, available for free on YouTube on February 17. TIDAL will be offering a free 90-day subscription for those who sign up to watch the show through their streaming service first.