‘Power’ Announces Season 4 Premiere Date
They say that it’s a big rich townnnn.
Power Season Four will return Sunday, June 25, which means Christmas Day for grown people is Sunday, June 25. The last time fans caught up with James “Ghost” St. Patrick he was being taken away in handcuffs by his lawyer ex-girlfriend for a murder he did not commit, and Season Four of the Starz scripted drama picks up right where Season Three left off.
In the 20-second teaser below fans get their first glimpse of the show’s usual suspects. Tommy (Joseph Sikora) is seen staking out a warehouse and realizes he might not be alone, while Tasha (Naturi Naughton) is dressed in all black walking fiercely into the courthouse with the kids in support of Ghost. (Tariq is safe…for now.)
Kanan (Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson) is holding a gun to someone’s head and Ghost (Omari Hardwick) is wearing an orange jumpsuit and coming to the realization that Angela (Lela Loren) believes he really killed FBI Agent Gregory Knox.
Aside from the gripping storyline, the widely-addictive drama created by Courtney A. Kemp has also added a few notable actors to its roster including Larenz Tate, who plays a Jamaica, Queens councilman and the late Charlie Murphy who plays a prison guard.
Season Three of Power did not disappoint and become the second-highest rated series on all of premium pay television in 2016. Fans were taken on an emotional rollercoaster as they saw the brotherhood between Tommy and Ghost become undone. While the death of Holly unsurprisingly made Twitter rejoice, fans also said goodbye to the eccentric drug smuggler Felipe Lobos and hello to Kanan’s ruthless cousin Jukebox. (Anika Noni Rose)
But if none of these names mean anything to you and you want to be in the know, not to worry. A Power marathon of Seasons One through three is set for Saturday, June 24 and will put your binge television watching skills to good use.
Power Season Four returns Sunday, June 25 on Starz and just so you know, we’re watching the premiere (and the season) together…like a real family.