The Omarion documentary series Omega: Gift and Curse has found a home on WE tv and AllBlk.
The two AMC Networks platforms announced this week, they’ll run the five-part docuseries in March.
Omega features singer-songwriter Omarion sharing “the truth” about his time with R&B group B2K and the band’s contentious reunion tour.
He described the series on social media as a tell-all about B2K that would reveal details on the “brotherhood” and “betrayal” taking place behind the scenes.
AllBlk offered a more muted description of the project, writing: “This new docu-series goes beyond the veil of what it’s like to live under the celebrity microscope and gives fans an exclusive look on what it’s like to succeed, transition, rebuild, and evolve into your own man. The docu-series takes fans behind the scenes with exclusive never-before-seen interviews, rehearsals, tour footage and performances across the U.S. from one of the biggest Reunion Tours.”
B2K (short for Boys of the New Millennium) was made up of Omarion, Raz-B, J-Boog and Lil’ Fizz. The group released their self-titled debut album in 2002. They had a string of hits including “Uh Huh,” “Gots Ta Be,” and “Bump, Bump, Bump” (Featuring Diddy), before disbanding.
The group has continued to make headlines for insults exchanged on social media over women and who was more talented.
Fans will find out more about B2K, when Omega: Gift and Curse premieres. The docuseries makes its television debut on WE tv on March 2. It will then stream on AllBlk March 6.
Check out the trailer below.