Tupac-Biggie Smalls True Crime Pilot 'Unsolved' Picked Up at USA Network

According to the US announcement, "Unsolved" will be directed and executive produced by Hemingway, who picked up an Emmy for his "People v. O.J." work.

USA Network has finally chosen a Pilot for "Unsolved", a true crime series based on the murder investigations of Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls. He is consulting on the pilot script and also will serve as co-executive producer. The project is based on the experiences of former LAPD Detective Greg Kading who led multiple law-enforcement task forces investigating Tupac and Biggie's murders.

Anthony received an Emmy nomination for his directing work on the OJ drama released earlier this year, while the show as a whole won in its category.

The lives and deaths of the music stars have long fascinated fans and inspired endless speculation and conspiracy theories. Wallace met a similar fate less than a year later, when he was killed in a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles. Many have also linked the two murders because of the similarities of the incidents but no one has ever solved the mystery of their murders. Among them are allegations that Suge and hip hop mogul P Diddy were responsible for ordering Tupac and Biggie's deaths in the midst of a volatile east coast versus west coast feud. Nick Broomfield's 2002 documentary "Biggie & Tupac" also explored their deaths and legacies. "Unsolved" will be the latest true crime series following the leads of HBO's "The Jinx", NBC's "Law and Order: True Crime and the recently announce "American Crime Story" Season 3".

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