The Power franchise seems to be ever expanding, with three spin-offs to the original show (also including Power Book III: Raising Kanan and Power Book IV: Force), and each of them receiving recommissions.
The first spin-off, Power Book II: Ghost, is set to return to screens later this year for its third season, and focuses on Michael Rainey Jr’s character, Tariq St Patrick. The new season will see Courtney A Kemp step down as showrunner, replaced by Brett Mahoney, while we also have some new and recurring cast members joining the fold. Read on for everything you need to know about Power Book II: Ghost season 3.We don’t yet know exactly when season 3 of Power Book II: Ghost will arrive, but if it follows a similar release schedule to previous seasons then we could expect to see episodes starting to air anytime between September and November of this year. We’ll keep this page updated as soon as a release date is confirmed.
Who is in the cast for Power Book II: Ghost season 3?
We got some casting news for the third season earlier this year, with Gbenga Akinnagbe (The Deuce), Kyle Vincent Terry (Gotham) and Caroline Chikezie (Mayhem) joining the series. Akinnagbe is set to play Ron Samuel Jenkins, a Howard University and Harvard Business School alum who grew up working class and built his own legitimate business empire, Terry will play Obi, a young man who went to school in Britain and who knows his way around a gun, but is also comfortable in a boardroom.