2Pac’s docuseries ‘Dear Mama’ sets new record as FX’s biggest unscripted premiere

279419 13: Singer Tupac Shakur stands backstage at the MTV Video Music Awards September 4, 1996 in New York City. The awards honored music videos produced by popular artists such as Smashing Pumpkins, Metallica and Alanis Morissette. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Getty Images)

The first episode of the doc arrived earlier this month

's docuseries Dear Mama earns the biggest unscripted premier for . According to Deadline, the film earned record-breaking streams when it dropped on FX on April 21 and on the next day. However, FX didn't provide actual numbers.

“It's only fitting that Allen Hughes definitive piece on and Afeni Shakur delivered a record performance for us and it speaks to Tupac's enduring legacy,” FX Entertainment President Nick Grad said. “Allen's examination of Tupac viewed through the prism of his mother Afeni is a fascinating take that really gets beneath the education and experience that shaped his life and inspired him to become one of the greatest artists ever.”

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