After having a dominating run in the rap game, 50 Cent is positioning himself to bring that same energy to the small screen. The executive credentials of 50 Cent just keep growing. His premium cable show Power is a huge success. Now it’s being reported by Variety that Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson has two new shows being greenlit by ABC studios.

United We Fall is a multi-cam family sitcom that shows when two people with young children and overenthusiastic blended family truly love each other, anything is possible. Julius “Goldy” Sharpe will write and executive produce along with Julia Gunn and Seth Gordon also executive producing. Sony Pictures and ABC Studios will also produce this pilot.

According to Variety, “The untitled drama is a serialized legal and family drama about a prisoner who becomes a lawyer, litigating cases for other inmates while fighting to overturn his own life sentence for a crime he didn’t commit. His quest for freedom is driven by his desperate desire to get back to the family he loves and reclaim the life that was stolen from him.”

Mr. Jackson has been making significant moves as television and film mogul. He recently signed a multi-series deal with Starz worth an estimated $150 million. Per the deal, he will continue to create new scripted material and an unscripted series for the network through his G-Unit Film & Television Inc.

50 and G-Unit already have two new projects in active development, “Black Mafia Family,” and “Vanguard”: which he had open casting calls for.

50’s work as a power player in the tv and film industry is just beginning.