Starz and 50 Cent are staying in business together and their next job assures to be incredibly. The network on Monday announced it has actually extended its deal with the rap artist, whose genuine name is Curtis Jackson. Their next job together will be a superhero-themed drama called “Tomorrow, Today,” which is in development. Jackson is presently an executive manufacturer and cast member on the network’s drama “Power.” The series was recently renewed for two more seasons. “I knew Starz would be the perfect house for ‘Tomorrow, Today.’ This project is extremely individual to me … creating it, composing it, discovering the very best team for it and I will continue to be included every step of the way.” said Jackson in a declaration. Jackson is writing the series’s pilot and will also act as an executive manufacturer. ‘Power’ developer Courtney Kemp on success of the program The story centers on a falsely imprisoned veteran from the South Side of Chicago who ends up being “the individual experiment of a mad prison medical professional trying to produce the perfect man– and an unstoppable killing machine,” according to a logline. When released, the veteran “needs to reconcile with the world that possesses turned versus him and use his newfound capabilities for great,” a Starz description of the show read. The network’s deal with Jackson was extended up until September 2018. Starz made the announcement ahead of a day of panels for its shows at the Television Critics Association press tour. Likewise announced: Steven Soderbergh’s “The Girlfriend Experience” possesses been renewed for a second season and the premiere date for both “Ash vs Evil Dead” and Patrick Stewart’s “Blunt Talk” will be October 2.