Ice-T from Law And Order is collaborating with Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and others for a new television show

Ice-T from Law And Order is collaborating with Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and others for a new television  ...

Ice-T, a rapper and producer, has been a major draw for fans of Law & Order: SVU, if not quite as strong as Benson's. However, his career has far expanded far beyond the role of Sergeant Fin, and Ice-T is now forming a brand new TV project that will feature him alongside other NWAs like Arabian Prince, Dr. Dre, and Snoop Dogg. Its also virtually already a multimedia franchise.

The first installment of the new project will be a graphic novel, followed by an animated action series called Death for Hire: The Origin of Tehk City, which is co-created by Ice-T, Arabian Prince, and artist Tommy the Animator. Before discussing the main plot, take a look at why the music aspect is such a popular option for this project in particular, which is currently being streamed through streaming services and TV networks.

Death for Hire: The Origin of Tehk City is a fictional world populated by criminals, pushed, and murdered people in which distinctions such as heroes and villains can be made. Rhonda Knuckles is a fouling awesome character name that Davis has used to splinter his way into this kind of dog-eat-dog society.

Now take a look at the amazing lineup of co-stars that will be involved beyond Ice-T, Coco, and Tommy the Animator.

  • Snoop Dogg
  • Tracy Morgan
  • Treach
  • Emilio Rivera
  • Mike Epps
  • Arabian Prince
  • Busta Rhymes
  • Styles P
  • Tone Trump
  • Peter Scanavino
  • Roxanne Shante
  • Ben Baller
  • Shannon Eric Denton

Beyond the talents of actors like Mayans M.C. star Emilio Rivera, The Upshaws Mike Epps, and Ice-Ts Law & Order: SVU co-star Peter Scanavino, Is all this badass? Because each of the rappers involved will be writing the lyrics for and recording their own theme songs, which I already know is a must-have in any graphic novel and animated series.

Ice-T had to state what he'll do during the program for a quick taste:

Do you want some serious punch-you-in-the-face action? Then look no further than Death for Hire.

Gary Phillips, who plays an executive story editor on FX's highly successful drug-addled drama Snowfall, will write Death for Hire: The Origin of Tehk City.

Law & Order: SVU returns to NBC for Season 24 on Thursday, September 22, but Amanda Rollins will be left, as now-former actress Molly Burnett has dropped out of the procedural drama in the previous seasons. Dont expect Ice-Ts Fin to go anywhere anytime soon, as he has already stated that he wants to go out in a huge and deadly way.

If you're interested in seeing where Death for Hire ends up and what its soundtrack will be, check out our 2022 TV premiere schedule for all the new and returning series that are coming soon.