Dwayne Johnson To Executive Produce BET's "Finding Justice"

Giving light to the faces of change in Black America.

We're not sure when Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson sleeps, considering all of the film and TV projects he is undertaking, but he definitely seems woke. On top of his recently released Rampage, Johnson has signed on to produce a true crime series with BET called Finding Justice. This compelling docuseries tells the powerful stories of heroes, leaders, advocates and change agents in African-American communities across America as they uncover injustices and fight to bring healing and change.  

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“BET is immensely proud to partner with Dwayne, Dany and David to bring ‘Finding Justice’ to our viewers,” said Scott Mills, President of BET Networks, in a statement.  “In this challenging time of divisiveness and inequality, it is essential that we highlight both the challenges facing African-American communities and the people who are fighting for change. It is our hope that this powerful docuseries will engage and empower our audience to continue to fight against the terrible injustices that disproportionately affect our community.”

Finding Justice is produced by Johnson and Garcia’s Seven Bucks Productions and Leepson’s Leepson Bounds.

“Seven Bucks Productions was built on the foundation of bringing diverse and influential stories to the masses,” said Johnson. “Which is why we’re excited to partner with BET to bring these powerful stories of injustice from the African-American community to light. More importantly, with this series, we’re pushing to create a platform that will enable healing, and inspire change on a global scale.”

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