FOX is working with Young Money to develop a new series called Young Money Entertainment, which will feature characters from Fox’s flagship Young Money network, The Young Money website reported Monday.
Fox also has an agreement with Young People Media to produce the series.
Fox, Young Money and Young People will have a joint venture on the show, which could be titled “Young Money’s Young Bucks.”
Young Money was launched in 2018 and is owned by Fox Entertainment.
“Young Bucks” will be a “super-spinoff” of “Young Cash,” which will premiere in 2018.
Fox’s programming on Young Cash has been limited, with a few original series on the network.
“We’re going to be expanding and taking our show to the next level,” Fox Entertainment president Kevin Reilly said last week.
“And, as I said, we’re going after a very specific audience and that’s very exciting.
The more we do that, the more we can grow our footprint and the more people we can reach.”
The network’s flagship network, Fox Business Network, launched in 2016 and is currently in its fifth season.
Fox Entertainment’s current programming, including “Young Business,” will run through March 31, 2021.