LL Cool J and Morgan Freeman’s Edison Force to Make Broadcast Debut

Edison Force, a 2005 film that features LL Cool J alongside Justin Timberlake and Academy Award winners Morgan Freeman and Kevin Spacey, is set to make its broadcast debut on the Spike TV network later this month. The film tells the story of a young reporter named Pollack, played by Timberlake, who uncovers rampant corruption in the local police department while investigating a homicide. Pollack soon enlists the help of Morgan Freeman’s character, a fellow reporter, and a private investigator, played by Spacey, to help him uncover the truth. LL appears as Officer Rafe Deed one of the out of control cops on the Edison police force. “We are pleased to be the first to premiere ‘Edison Force’ on broadcast television in the U.S. This film delivers everything our male audience seeks — explosive action, gripping drama and an all-star cast,” said Spike TV vice president of programming John Griffin. Edison Force debuts at 8:00 p.m. on Sunday December 23 on Spike TV.