Season 2 of ‘Power Book II: Ghost’ Will Address the Aftermath of Jabari’s Death
Power Book II: Ghost follows Tariq St. Patrick (Michael Rainey Jr.) after his father, James “Ghost” St. Patrick, passes away. Tariq must deal with life as a college student at Stansfield University while racing against time to acquire money to liberate his mother, Tasha St. Patrick (Naturi Naughton), from prison.
Things are only going to get more hazardous for Tariq, who began developing a drug empire on his college campus while becoming increasingly close to the diabolical crime family the Tejadas and their queenpin, Monet Stewart Tejada (Mary J. Blige).
There will be a big inquiry now that Tariq’s college adviser, Jabari Reynolds (Justin Marcel McManus), has been killed on campus. Tariq’s two worlds look to be destined to collide. Season 2 of ‘Power Book II: Ghost’: Release Date, Plot Summary, and Everything Else We Know
When will the second season of ‘Power Book II: Ghost’ be released?
Starz has not yet confirmed a release date for the second season of Power Book II: Ghost, which has been filming in New York City since January 2021. The timing has moved, however, as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
“The fact is, COVID messed up our first season in terms of how we were going to release it,” Shane Johnson, who plays Cooper Saxe in the Power Universe, said on Instagram Live to Tea with Tia. “We did five and five, and that was never the plan,” says the narrator. But we were shut down for around five or six months because of COVID.”
Starz does not appear to have given the actors a release date. Johnson explained, “I feel like our routine has just entirely flipped because of COVID.” “So, I’m not sure. “I’m not sure.”
Until then, fans can return to the Power Universe on July 18 with the release of Power Book III: Raising Kanan, a prequel to the original series set in the 1990s.
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