For Life Season 2 Updates: For Life’s Aaron Wallace is starting a new chapter, and the main art of Season 2 of the ABC game series proves that.
It puts Wallace (Nicholas Pinnock) outside the prison fence with a tag line, “Never Stop Fighting.”
The motto is also at the heart of the first season of the 2nd season of the Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson-executive series. In it, Wallace promises a fellow prisoner that he will never forget his experience of imprisonment on his way to freedom. The trailer also gives a glimpse of his post-arrest life.
Inspired by the life of Isaac Wright Jr., who was unjustly sentenced but his sentence was commuted while he was in prison and became a licensed attorney, the first season of For Life followed Wallace (Pinnock) as he represented him and other inmates in court.
On August 31, 2020, it was reported that the second season had resumed production in New York, but on September 11, 2020, it was reported that the second season would stop production for the day due to the results of the COVID-19 test. Two days later, it was announced that the second season would suspend production for two weeks
As senior maker/producer Hank Steinberg told about the deadline in the July conference, Season 2 will glimpse Aaron getting out of jail. Its news coverage will also include the COVID-19 protests and the Black Lives Matter protests.
For Life Season 2 Release Date
For Life has been exposing injustices and racism in the American legal system and errors in the prison system, topics that became part of the national dialogue amid racist justice protests following the death of George Floyd.
Scheduled at the beginning of the season, Season 2 of for Life will begin airing on November 18. It has been recorded in New York. Production resumed at the end of last month following a two-week break for good COVID-19 testing.
Jackson and his top production company G-Unit Film & Television produced alongside Robinson and Greenspan with Doug Robinson Productions and Russell Fine.
The series focuses on Aaron Wallace, who was sentenced to life in prison for a crime he did not commit. While in custody, Wallace became a lawyer and worked as an attorney for others while fighting for his sentence to be commuted.
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