John Singleton will keep his executive producer credit on his hit series, Snowfall. The show, which airs on FX, is a drama chronicling the 1980s crack epidemic in Los Angeles. Singleton was reportedly extremely hands-on with the series he created and also directed. It stars Damson Idris and Carter Hudson.
Snowfall sources reportedly told TMZ that the series’ production is set to wrap in June, so “there are no plans to replace John as an executive producer.”
Singleton passed away last week (Apr. 28) after being take off of life support, which he was put on after complications from a stroke. Fans and famous friends such as Taraji P. Henson, Tyrese, Ice Cube and more paid their respects to the iconic director via social media.
“YOU saw in me what I did not see in myself!!! YOU taught me about the power of my eyes!!! MY GOD MY GOD!!!” Henson, who made her major film debut in Singleton’s film Baby Boy, wrote in the caption of a photo of her and Singleton years ago. “I will FOREVER miss you my dear sweet John Singleton. I can NOT believe it.”