“Power Book II: Ghost” has received an early renewal for Season 4 at Starz, as reported by Variety.
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This announcement comes just before the Season 3 premiere scheduled for March 17. Additionally, Michael Ealy has joined the series as a regular cast member for its fourth season, and the production for Season 4 is currently underway in New York.
Kathryn Busby, the president of original programming for Starz, expressed enthusiasm, stating, “The high-octane drama of ‘Power Book II: Ghost’ continues to resonate with our viewers and we’re thrilled to get season four production underway ahead of our season three debut. It’s clear our fans are ready to devour more of this explosive series, and we look forward to having Michael join our incredible cast.”
Michael Ealy joins the cast of “Power Book II: Ghost” as Detective Don Carter. The character is described as a rising NYPD officer who had the potential to become Police Commissioner until his wife was killed in a crossfire between rival drug gangs. In response, Carter shifts his focus to making the streets safer, leading an elite NYPD drug task force with a commitment to combating drug-related violence.
“Power Book II: Ghost” is the initial installment of the ongoing spinoffs from the popular Starz series “Power,” created by Courtney Kemp. Alongside “Ghost,” Starz also features prequel series “Power Book III: Raising Kanan” and “Power Book IV: Force,” starring Joseph Sikora as Tommy Egan.
Showrunner and executive producer for Season 3 of “Ghost” is Brett Mahoney. Courtney Kemp executive produces through End of Episode, while Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson is an executive producer under his G-Unit Film and Television banner. Other executive producers include Mark Canton of Atmosphere Entertainment MM and Chris Selak. Lionsgate Television is the production studio.