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‘Power Book II: Ghost’ 4th & Final Season Gets June UK Premiere Date On MGM+

Ghost is back for a one final outing

by Dave Elliott

Prime Video’s UK streaming channel MGM+ has set a June UK premiere date for the 4th and final season of Power Book II: Ghost it has been announced.

”Power Book II: Ghost” follows Tariq (Michael Rainey Jr.), son of Omari Hardwick’s Ghost from the mothership series, who is determined to get out of the game and shed his father’s legacy. Season 4 will find Tariq St. Patrick and Brayden Weston (Gianni Paolo) against the world as they form new alliances and find their way back into the game. But when Brayden starts flirting with a new, reckless lifestyle, Tariq wonders if there really is room for two at the top…

The final season promises to be explosive, with high-adrenaline twists and turns as everyone is on the hunt for revenge. Each character’s respective motivations fuel their power of choice to dive deeper into the game, fight their way out, or walk a blurry line between the two. As family dynamics are tested and tensions reach their peak, the unpredictable nature of this season will have viewers questioning who you can trust and if your own family will betray you.

The season four cast includes Michael Rainey Jr. as “Tariq St. Patrick,” Mary J. Blige as “Monet Tejada,” Cliff “Method Man” Smith as “Davis MacLean,” Gianni Paolo as “Brayden Weston,” Woody McClain as “Cane Tejada,” Lovell Adams-Gray as “Dru Tejada,” LaToya Tonodeo as “Diana Tejada,” Alix Lapri as “Effie Morales,” Larenz Tate as “Rashad Tate,” Caroline Chikezie as “Noma,” LightSkinKeisha as “Brushaundria Carmichael” and Michael Ealy as “Detective Don Carter.”

Additional recurring cast members this season include Talia Robinson as “Elle,” the lead singer of a popular hip hop group at Stansfield; Sydney Winbush as “Anya Covington,” Noma’s daughter who is unaware of her mother’s profession; Aaron Dean Eisenberg as “Detective Nico Calder” and Allison Luff as “Detective Felicia Lewis,” two officers on Detective Carter’s Drug Task Force; and Stephanie Sheperd as “Perla Tanaka,” a law associate tasked with defending her boss, Davis McClean, against multiple charges. Yung Bleu also appears as “Stokely.”

Brett Mahoney (“Empire,” “The Following”) serves as showrunner and executive producer for season four. The “Power” Universe series is executive produced by the creator and showrunner of the original “Power,” which inspired the full universe, Courtney A. Kemp through her production company End of Episode, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson through G-Unit Film and Television, and Mark Canton through Canton Entertainment. Lionsgate Television produces the series for STARZ.

Power Book II: Ghost‘ Season 4 premieres Friday, 7th June 2024 on MGM+ in the UK and on STARZ in the USA.

About Prime Video’s MGM+ Channel

If you’re a little confused about the MGM+ Channel, it is one of Prime Video UK’s additional “add-on” channels, which costs £4.49 per month. It replaces the Lionsgate+ Channel/streaming service, which is being closed down. If you were a Lionsgate+ Channel subscriber on Prime Video, you should find your subscription has (or will be at your next monthly renewal) automatically been switched over to the MGM Channel (which will be rebranded as MGM+ at some point in May.) Unfortunately, unlike Lionsgate+ which allowed you to sign up separately to Prime Video, MGM+ is only available as an Amazon Prime channel in the UK.

MGM+ in the UK is the exclusive home to some of STARZ’s most popular first-run TV series, including the complete ‘Outlander’ franchise, ‘Power’ Book I-IV, ‘BMF’, ‘The Serpent Queen’, ‘P-Valley’, and ‘Hightown’. Additionally, the MGM+ service will become the home to legacy hit series ‘The Great’, ‘Mad Men’, ‘Nashville’, ‘Weeds’, as well as blockbuster hit movies ‘American Psycho’, ‘Reservoir Dogs’, ‘Saw’, and many more favourites.

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