Peacock has released the official trailer, poster, and photos for the original film Bosco, which will begin streaming on the service on February 2, 2024. Bosco is based on the incredible prison-break story of Quawntay “Bosco” Adams.
Sentenced to 35 years behind bars for attempting to possess marijuana, the Peacock Original film follows Quawntay “Bosco” Adams (Aubrey Joseph) as he miraculously escapes from a maximum-security prison to be at his first child’s birth.
In 2006, over two million Americans were incarcerated, but only one managed to escape a federal maximum-security wing while under 24-hour surveillance – Quawntay “Bosco” Adams.
For the chance to be at his first child’s birth, he planned an ingenious escape with the help of a lonely Missouri woman whom he met by replying to a personal ad.
Bosco will feature original music from leading hip-hop artists, including Snoop Dogg, French Montana, The Game, DDG, and more.
Produced by Evergreen Valley Productions and Fluke Studios, the movie is the feature directorial debut from Chilean American director and writer Nicholas Manuel Pino.
The Peacock release is based on the book Chasin’ Freedum by Adams. It was produced by Adams, Darryll C. Scott, Justin Steele, and Patrick McErlean. The executive producers include David Ayer and Chris Long.
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