Since the smashing hit crime drama “Power” concluded its six-season run, fans have been left on the lookout for something to fill its space on the TV schedules. Fortunately, a new spin-off series promises to do just that, expanding the world of the show with a brand new story set shortly after the final episode of Power. Yes, we are talking about the spinoff series, “Power Book II: Ghost”.
Release Date of “Power Book II: Ghost”
The show is all set to air from Sunday, 6th September 2020 in the United States. Courtney A. Kemp is the creator of the spin-off series.
The Plot of the Show
The show will pick up just a few days after the final episode of Power. It will see Tariq St. Patrick coping with the earth-shattering fallout, as his mother faces charges for a murder she did not commit. The show will follow Tariq as he navigates through his new life. A life where his desire to shed his father’s legacy will come up against the mounting pressure to save his family.
Check out the trailer of the spinoff show here.
The Cast of the Show
The cast of the show will include
- Michael Rainey Jr. as Tariq St. Patrick
- Naturi Naughton as Tasha St. Patrick
- Mary J. Blige as Monet
- Method Man as Davis Maclean
- Daniel Bellomy as Ezekiel Cross
- Gianni Paolo as Brayden Weston
- Justin McManus as Jabari Reynolds
- LaToya Tonedeo as Diana Tejada
- Lovell Adams-Gray as Dru Tejada
- Melanie Liburd as Caridad Milgram
- Paige Hurd as Lauren
- Quincy Tyler Bernstine as Tameika Washington
- Shane Johnson as Cooper Saxe
- Woody McClain as Cane Tejada
- Sherri Saum as Paula Matarazzo
- Shalim Ortiz as Danilo Ramirez
Where Can You Watch The Show?
Fans in the US will be able to watch the show on Starz, the same broadcaster that aired the original series. The show will premiere this Sunday, 6th September at 9 pm.
However, those wishing to watch the show in the UK will have to access the series through Amazon Prime Video.
The show will be exclusive to Amazon Prime Video channel Starzplay, available for 4.99 dollars per month. It will only be available to those who are already subscribers of Amazon Prime.
It means the UK fans need two ongoing streaming memberships to watch the show. This makes it far less convenient than the original series which was available entirely on Netflix. There is no news of a Netflix release.