Air dates pushed back until after the summer.
Fans will now have to wait a little longer to delve further into the lives (and deaths) of both Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G.
The upcoming A&E documentaries surrounding the two legendary emcees have now been rescheduled for later airdates, now starting in September. The Biggie: The Life of Notorious B.I.G. project will now air on September 4th and the Who Killed Tupac will debut later on in the fall, as reported by Deadline. Both projects were originally set to air at the end of this month.
The Life of Notorious B.I.G. will trace the life, death and legacy of the late Christopher Wallace through stories told by those who were closest to him, including his widow Faith Evans. Meanwhile, the Who Killed Tupac? documentary series will focus on the investigation surrounding the titular rapper's death, 20 years after the fact.
You can view the posters for the two documentaries below.