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Power Book II: Ghost Season 4 to Wrap Up the Series

STARZ announced today that Power Book II: Ghost Season 4 will be the final installment of the epic drama series, airing in two parts. Part one of the final season debuts on Friday, June 7, and part two premieres on Friday, September 6, at midnight on the STARZ app. On linear, both parts will debut on STARZ at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT in the U.S. and 9:00 p.m. ET in Canada.

The season four premiere of Power Book II: Ghost on June 7 coincides with the 10th Anniversary of Power‘s debut on STARZ. Power spawned two additional Power franchise spinoffs, including Power Book III: Raising Kanan, which is currently filming its fourth season in New York, and Power Book IV: Force, which is currently filming its third season in Chicago.

Power Book II: Ghost Season 4 to Wrap Up the Series

Viewers can catch up on the third season of Power Book II: Ghost in its entirety on the STARZ app in anticipation of the riveting final season premiere on June 7.

The news quickly follows the announcement yesterday that STARZ plans to expand the Power universe with the development of a new prequel series, Origins, that will continue to explore the Power universe in a fresh way, delving into the origin story of fan-favorite characters, Ghost and Tommy.

Power Book II: Ghost Season 4

“This explosive season of ‘Ghost is a fitting crescendo in a decade of an immensely popular franchise – fans will not be disappointed,” said Kathryn Busby, President of Programming for STARZ. “While this marks the conclusion of one chapter, our commitment to the Power universe endures with more compelling storytelling on the horizon.”

The Power Book II: Ghost Season 4 cast includes Michael Rainey Jr. as Tariq St. Patrick, Mary J. Blige as Monet Tejada, Cliff “Method Man” Smith as Davis MacLean, Gianni Paolo as Brayden Weston, Woody McClain as Cane Tejada, and Lovell Adams-Gray as Dru Tejada.

The cast also includes LaToya Tonodeo as Diana Tejada, Alix Lapri as Effie Morales, Larenz Tate as Rashad Tate, Caroline Chikezie as Noma, Lightskinkeisha as Brushaundria Carmichael, and Michael Ealy as Detective Don Carter.

Power Book II: Ghost is the first series in the expanded Power Universe franchise. Brett Mahoney (Empire, The Following) serves as showrunner and executive producer for season four.

The Power Universe series is executive produced by the creator and showrunner of the original Power, Courtney A. Kemp through her production company End of Episode, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson through G-Unit Film and Television, and Mark Canton through Canton Entertainment. Lionsgate Television produces the series for STARZ.

In light of Season Three’s explosive finale, it’s Tariq St. Patrick and Brayden Weston against the world. With new alliances formed in each faction, Tariq and Brayden must find a way back into the game — and a way to insulate themselves from ever being put in the same situation again. But when Brayden starts flirting with a new, reckless lifestyle, Tariq wonders if there really is room for two at the top.

Monet may have finally met her maker, but she has no idea who’s behind it. Davis, suspended and pending disbarment in the wake of his brother’s death, fully embraces the criminal side of his enterprise and finds himself working for both sides — his loyalty dependent on whichever will benefit him most.

Faced with the reality that life can end in just a few ways, Effie buckles down on getting out and securing a legitimate future at Stanford.

After last season’s betrayal, Diana and Dru question their roles in the game and the family business, while Cane sees an opportunity to level up when he starts working for Noma. As Noma fights to establish her business in the States, she also tries to keep a close eye on her bratty daughter, Anya, who is now on Tariq and Brayden’s radar.

With the fate of his future in the game and his family at the forefront, Tariq must reconcile his past to rise to the top of the food chain and become who he needs to be to protect those he loves most.