Although it started with To be able to, a series that chronicled the life of James “Ghost” St. Patrick (Omari Hardwick), a drug lord seeking to become legitimate, the To be able to The universe has expanded exponentially. In the minds of creator Courtney A. Kemp and executive producer Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, the series spawned four different spinoffs.
Here is a massive update on Power Book II: Ghost, Power Book III: Raising Kanan, Power Book IV: Strength and Power Book V: Influence.
“Power Book II: Ghost” will continue its second season on January 9
the Phantom The midseason premiere of Season 2 is finally underway after a two-week hiatus. As fans know, at the end of Episode 205, Tariq (Michael Rainey Jr.) was arrested for double murder. Now in the next episode, 206 titled “What’s Free?” »He will fight for his freedom.
The official description of the episode reads: “Tariq reflects on where he is in his life and who he can trust. Brayden (Gianna Paolo) must decide whether to protect his family or help. saving Tariq’s. Monet faces a new world order within her own family.
Now that Lorenzo (Berto Colon) is out of prison, Monet (Mary J. Blige) will be grappling with a new world order.
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‘Power Book IV: Force to debut on February 6
On the same day, the season 2 finale of Ghost drops, the spin-off directed by Tommy-Egan (Joseph Sikora) Power Book IV: Strength is about to make its debut.
“As Tommy leaves New York after losing Ghost, LaKeisha and the only city he has ever known, he makes a quick detour to heal an old wound that has haunted him for decades,” the official description reads. Starz. “What was meant to be a quick stop turns into a labyrinth of family secrets and lies that Tommy thought were long buried. One step leads to another and Tommy quickly finds himself in Chicago’s drug game, s ‘inserting between the two biggest crews in town.
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“Power Book III: Raising Kanan” Season 2 to Debut in 2022
Power Book III: Raising Kanan completed its first season at the end of September 2021. However, filming for Season 2 was already underway at that time. As fans know at the end of Season 1, Kanan (Mekai Curtis) failed to kill his biological father, on orders from his mother Raq (Patina Miller). Additionally, her uncle, Lou Lou (Malcolm Mays) began to see his sister in a new light.
When season 2 begins, we’ll guess that Kanan will find out about his mother’s betrayal. “It’s just the continuation of actions and consequences,” said 50 Cent Weekly entertainment. “There are going to be things going to happen which, again, you are going to see how it shapes and shapes Kanan and what it does to his psyche.”
Fans are also hoping to finally be introduced to Kanan’s eventual business partner Breeze. “These characters could possibly appear in Raising Kanan“said 50 Cent Express. “We’re already traveling, that explains the monster you saw in me playing Kanan.” The trauma, everything he’s been through.
Finally, new characters should appear. Destiny’s Child alum LeToya Luckett has been cast to play Jukebox’s mom. Sugar queen Actor Omar Dorsey will play Cartier “Duns” Fareed, a charismatic businessman who wants to expand his business to DC and Baltimore. Krystal Joy Brown will play Renée Timmons, Marvin’s anger management therapist. Finally, Paulina Singer will play Zisa, a superb singer from Lou Lou and Crown’s label (Quincy Brown).
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Here is what we know about “Power Book V: Influence”
Although Rashad Tate (Larenz Tate) is a major character in the second season of Phantom, there is no word yet on when Power Book V: Influence will debut. We know that the fourth spin-off of the To be able to Universe is expected to chronicle Tate’s second term as governor of New York State. From what we understand, the seeds that are planted in the current season of Ghost will lead to the new series.
In July 2021, Weekly entertainment revealed that Affecting was in pre-production. However, Power Universe creator Courtney Kemp and Starz executives have remained silent on any other detail. “Looking at Marvel, they’re not announcing a title, they’re announcing a phase – it’s about creating anticipation,” Kemp told EW.
“Who knows if you’re going to see him show up somewhere,” Tate told The Jasmine Brand. “By the time I find out what’s going on, you’ll all know what’s going on. “