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  • 2013
  • 1 Season

G-Thing is a reality documentary series that premiered on Fuse in 2013. The show revolves around the life of a hip-hop artist, Geechi Suede, and his cousin, Caz, who is a composer and producer of the music industry. The show portrays the ups and downs of their personal and professional lives while taking the audience on a journey through the vibrant and increasingly diverse neighborhoods of New York City.

The show’s unique approach to storytelling makes it stand out from other reality shows on television. The showrunners have employed a ‘fly-on-the-wall’ style of filming that captures all the spontaneous and candid moments from Geechi and Caz’s lives. From studio sessions, performance rehearsals, to family dinners, the audience gets an in-depth look into their close-knit community and the struggles they face while trying to achieve their dreams.

Geechi Suede is a member of the hip-hop duo Camp Lo, who rose to prominence in the 1990s. Throughout the show, we see glimpses of his past successes and the challenges he faces as he tries to stay relevant in the ever-evolving music industry. Caz, on the other hand, is a composer and producer who has worked with several high-profile artists in the past. He is shown juggling multiple projects simultaneously, including producing an album for his daughter, Suede Jury.

Apart from showcasing the intense and demanding nature of the music industry, the show also touches upon the theme of family and community. Geechi and Caz are both proud New Yorkers who are passionate about their city and its diverse cultural heritage. Throughout the show, they take the audience on a tour of their favorite spots in the city, such as the South Bronx, Washington Heights, and East Harlem, giving the viewers a glimpse of the city’s rich and vibrant culture.

One of the show’s strengths is its excellent use of music. As expected from a show that revolves around the music industry, the soundtrack of G-Thing features an impressive selection of hip-hop, jazz, and soul music. The show’s original score is composed by Caz himself, further adding to the show’s immersive and authentic feel.

Despite the many positives of the show, it does have a few drawbacks. The show’s editing can feel disjointed at times, with scenes transitioning abruptly from one to the other. This can cause the viewers to lose track of what’s happening or feel disoriented. Additionally, the show can sometimes come across as too self-promoting, with the cast members frequently discussing their own achievements and experiences. This can make the show feel less like a documentary and more like a promotional video for Geechi and Caz’s music careers.

Overall, G-Thing is an entertaining and engaging reality show that offers a unique and authentic look into the music industry and the lives of two talented artists. The show’s immersive approach and excellent use of music make it a must-watch for hip-hop fans and music enthusiasts alike. While it does have its flaws, the show’s positive portrayal of family and community makes it a refreshing departure from the usual drama-filled reality shows of today.

G-Thing is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (14 episodes). The series first aired on July 24, 2013.

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Finale: Deleted Scenes
16. Finale: Deleted Scenes
September 15, 2013
Deleted scenes from Episode 8 "Finale".
15. Finale
September 15, 2013
G Fella plans the CD release party of the decade and goes on a personal mission to convince NY's hottest DJ to attend. Features the video for his first single "Gotta Guy".
Into the Woods
13. Into the Woods
September 8, 2013
G Fella finishes his album and wants to hold a huge release party... but realizes it's gonna cost a lot of money. Ralphie leads them upstate to find some money his prison cellmate buried years ago.
Sensitive Italian Male: Deleted Scenes
12. Sensitive Italian Male: Deleted Scenes
August 31, 2013
Deleted scenes from Episode 6 "Sensitive Italian Man".
Sensitive Italian Male
11. Sensitive Italian Male
September 1, 2013
With a potential investor in their label on the line, G Fella and Johnny Thurzday get distracted by their wives involvement in a nude photo shoot.
Giovanni's Pizza Commercial
9. Giovanni's Pizza Commercial
August 25, 2013
G Fella gets an offer to shoot a commercial and while he needs the money his loyalties lie elsewhere. Meanwhile, Suits and Knuckles are involved in a battle to determine which one is physically superior.
G Is Shot: Deleted Scenes
8. G Is Shot: Deleted Scenes
August 17, 2013
Deleted scenes from Episode 4 "G is Shot".
G Is Shot
7. G Is Shot
August 18, 2013
The crew convinces G Fella that the key to fame is getting shot. It's a great idea, until it works... too well.
Goomahs: Deleted Scenes
6. Goomahs: Deleted Scenes
August 11, 2013
Deleted scenes from Episode 3 "Goomahs".
5. Goomahs
August 11, 2013
Ralphie, Anthony, and The Three Kings go to rap school and come back with an idea to write a song and shoot a video about G's "other women." But once his wife hears about it all hell breaks loose and she crashes the video shoot.
Beefin: Deleted Scenes
4. Beefin: Deleted Scenes
August 1, 2013
Deleted scenes from episode 2 "Beefin".
3. Beefin
August 1, 2013
G Fella's childhood friend, Grizz, posts a viral video putting G on blast. The crew has to decide the best way to respond to his threat without anyone getting hurt.
2. Beefin'
July 31, 2013
Chaos ensues when G Fella's childhood friend posts an embarrassing viral video of G.
G-Thing (Pilot)
1. G-Thing (Pilot)
July 24, 2013
G Fella wants to get a plane; funding is threatened by G's advisers.
Where to Watch G-Thing
G-Thing is available for streaming on the Fuse website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch G-Thing on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    July 24, 2013