EXCLUSIVE: For Life‘s Aaron Wallace is embarking on a brand new chapter, and the important thing artwork for Season 2 of the ABC drama collection displays that.
It options Wallace (Nicholas Pinnock) exterior the jail fence with the tagline, “By no means cease preventing.” (see it under)
The slogan is also on the coronary heart of the primary Season 2 trailer for the Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson-executive produced collection. In it, Wallace guarantees a fellow inmate that he’ll always remember his expertise behind bars as he walks to freedom. The trailer additionally supplies a glimpse at his post-prison life. (watch it above)
Impressed by the lifetime of Isaac Wright Jr., who was wrongfully convicted however acquired his conviction overturned whereas in jail and have become a licensed lawyer, For Life’s first season adopted Wallace (Pinnock) as he represented himself and different inmates in courtroom.
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As creator/government producer Hank Steinberg instructed Deadline in a July interview, Season 2 will see Aaron get out of jail. Its storylines additionally will incorporate COVID-19 and the Black Lives Matter protests.
For Life has been exposing injustices and racial profiling within the American authorized system in addition to the failings within the jail system, matters that grew to become a part of the nationwide dialog amid the protests searching for racial justice following the dying of George Floyd.
Initially slated for midseason, Season 2 of For Life will premiere Nov. 18. It has been filming in New York. Manufacturing resumed on the finish of final month following a two-week pause over constructive COVID-19 exams.
Pinnock, Indira Varma, Pleasure Bryant, Dorian Missick and Tyla Harris star together with Mary Stuart Masterson, Boris McGiver and Timothy Busfield. Steinberg, Wright Jr., Jackson and his G-Unit Movie & Tv manufacturing firm government produce alongside Robinson and Greenspan through Doug Robinson Productions and Russell Advantageous.