Following the success of Power, 50 Cent is bringing a new show to television. The rap mogul is executive producing Crackle's crime drama The Oath, which explores gang culture and corrupt police officers.

On Tuesday (Feb. 13), Fif went on his Instagram page and posted the second trailer to the project. And it’s pretty intense.

The clips shows a bank heist, money, violence, cops, deception and dramatic performances. This show feels like Power x 20.

According to Broadway World, the original drama was created by Joe Halpin (Hawaii Five-O) and it explores a world of gangs and corrupt cops.

Former True Blood star Ryan Kwanten plays Steve Hammond, the leader of the Ravens, which are a group of dirty cops who rob banks and then turn back to save it. The gang is almost impossible to join and members must protect each other from outside enemies and within their own crew.

The Oath is set to premiere on March 8. The 10-epsiosde series will be free to watch on Crackle.

Watch Crackle's Second The Oath Trailer

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