'Power Book II: Ghost' to End With Season 4 at Starz

“Power Book II: Ghost” will end with Season 4 at Starz, Variety has learned.

The series, which was the first spinoff of the premium cabler’s hit crime drama “Power,” was renewed for its fourth season in January 2023. Season 4 will air in two parts, with part one debuting on June 7, while part two will launch on Sept. 6. June 7 is the tenth anniversary of “Power’s” premiere on Starz.

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“This explosive season of ‘Ghost’ is a fitting crescendo in a decade of an immensely popular franchise – fans will not be disappointed,” said Kathryn Busby, president of programming for Starz. “While this marks the conclusion of one chapter, our commitment to the ‘Power’ universe endures with more compelling storytelling on the horizon.”

News of “Ghost” ending comes just after Starz announced it was developing the prequel series “Origins,” which will explore the early days of Ghost and Tommy from the original series. Meanwhile, fellow spinoffs “Power Book III: Raising Kanan” and “Power Book IV: Force” are currently filming their fourth and third seasons, respectively.

“Ghost” stars Michael Rainey Jr., Mary J. Blige, Cliff “Method Man” Smith, Gianni Paolo, Woody McClain, Lovell Adams-Gray, LaToya Tonodeo, Alix Lapri, Larenz Tate, Caroline Chikezie, Lightskinkeisha, and Michael Ealy.

Brett Mahoney serves as showrunner and executive producer. “Power” creator Courtney A. Kemp also executive produces via End of Episode along with Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson through G-Unit Film and Television and Mark Canton through Canton Entertainment. Lionsgate Television produces.

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