The series is only slated for an early March premiere, but 50 Cent and the executive producers of The Oath did not want to wait any longer and decided to drop the pilot episode on Facebook and Crackle. In an unexpected move, Fiddy shared episode one of his highly-anticipated TV project, centering around gangs and secret societies. The music and entertainment mogul recently posted the trailer for his upcoming series, which got people understandably hyped, but the reveal of the pilot episode is sure to get the public excited to binge watch the entire series once it fully becomes available on Crackle.

The first episode was given the sneak peek treatment for fans that may have been looking out for the news as it quietly dropped on 50's official Facebook page. Fif tweeted out that the series is "mind-blowing," while also revealing that the episode will only be available for 24 hours before it is taken down. The official premiere of The Oath comes March 8, when all episodes will be available to stream for free on Crackle. 

With the success of Power and 50's diverse ventures into the film and television industry, we can expect for the entire season to be thrilling. Get a little taste of the series below and stay tuned for the official premiere in March.