Starz Play has great news for lovers of the saga of Power. The universe created by Courtney A. Kemp and produced by Curtis Jackson, popularly known as 50 Cent, prepares to leave a new installment to his fans. Power Book II: Ghost, confirmed the premiere date of its second season. The first installment had aired between September 2020 and January of this year.
Since November 21, Starz will begin broadcasting the episodes of the second installment of Power Book II: Ghost. The launch will take place simultaneously throughout the world, and Latin America will arrive through Starz Play, the streaming platform where there are also productions such as Heels and soon it will arrive Black Mafia Family, also with the seal of 50 Cent.
According to the signal communication, Power Book II: Ghost reach “With a crisis of conscience”. In this context, the official synopsis of the series states: “It begins its second season with Tariq St. Patrick still fleeing the legacy that haunts him. Forced to take the life of his teacher, Jabari Reynolds, Tariq he finds himself moving further away from what he has been fighting for: his family “. The executive production of the series will be borne by Kemp and 50 Cent.
Raising Kanan, the third part of Power Book
While the audience waits for the new episodes of Power Book II: Ghost, you can catch up with the third part of the saga. Raising Right launched in July and focused on the rival of Ghost, Right, and his life in South Jamaica, Queens. Patina Miller, who plays Raquel Thomas, he spoke with Spoiler on the occasion of the launch of the show and talked about what it was like to join this universe and compose his role.
“I knew everything. What this world was like. I knew how intense fandom is with this universe. I knew the characters were going to be amazing. And I was very excited to have the opportunity to perform in this world. And I’m very proud of what she set out to do “, said the actress. On the other hand, he stressed that what most interested him about the role was “His motivation”. In this sense, he asserted: “Being a black woman at this time, being able to participate in this series as a protagonist being a black woman and having the possibility of, from my feminine perspective, raising Kanan… Being able to be involved in that way. I thought … Who knows if I’m going to be able to play a role like this again? A character with so many dimensions “.
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