The Story of Tupac and Biggie's Unsolved Murders Is Coming to TV

The Story of Tupac and Biggie's Unsolved Murders Is Coming to TV

Could this help get them solved?

Published 3 weeks ago

The People vs. O.J. Simpson was a big success for director Anthony Hemingway. It seems that docudramas about events of the 1990s get attention.

Well, two more events are getting their own series. The deaths of Tupac Shakur and Notorious B.I.G. will get their own dramatization. Variety is reporting that USA Network will be home to the show titled Unsolved and simultaneously tell the stories of the police investigations that took place into their deaths.

Tupac was killed just over 20 years ago during a drive-by shooting. A year later, Biggie was fatally shot. The rappers were 25 and 24-years-old respectively.

Many claim to know what happened to the East and West Coast legends including retired investigating officers and former associates, but no official ruling has ever been made in either’s death.

Written by Paul Meara

(Photo: Film Four/Lafayette Films/REX/Shutterstock)

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