“POWER BOOK II: GHOST” DEBUTS WITH 5.8 MILLION VIEWERS, BECOMING THE NETWORK’S BIGGEST PREMIERE EVER

“POWER BOOK II: GHOST” DEBUTS WITH 5.8 MILLION VIEWERS, BECOMING THE NETWORK’S BIGGEST PREMIERE EVER

STARZ’s “Power Book II: Ghost” had an explosive debut, setting viewership records as the network’s biggest premiere weekend in its first three days.

Based on early reporting, the highly anticipated third season delivered 5.8 million multiplatform viewers following its premiere weekend, with several platforms yet to report. Season three of the hit series, which premiered on March 17, was up approximately 30% from its season two debut in November 2021.

This season took off in dramatic form with brand new twists, turns, and murder as Tariq, Brayden, and the Tejada family grieves the death of Zeke, but they won’t get much time as a new set of problems and questions arise. This season is flashier, juicer, and sexier, with even more family drama, betrayals, and surprising new alliances. Monet finds herself at a crossroads with her family, Brayden is forced to choose between his birth family and chosen family, and Tariq is leveling up this season.

Season three of Ghost cast includes Michael Rainey Jr. as “Tariq St. Patrick,” Mary J. Blige as “Monet Stewart 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,” Berto Colon as “Lorenzo Tejada,” Alix Lapri as “Effie Morales,” Larenz Tate as “Rashad Tate,” Shane Johnson as “Cooper Saxe,” Paton Ashbrook as “Jenny Sullivan,” Monique Curnen as “Detective Blanca Rodriguez,” Keesha Sharp as “Professor Harper Bennet,” David Walton as “Lucas Weston,” Moriah Brown as “KeKe Travis,” Luna Lauren Velez as “Evelyn Castillo,” Caroline Chikezie as “Noma” and Lightskinkeisha as “Brushaundria Carmichael.”

“Power Book II: Ghost” is the first series in the expanded “Power” Universe franchise. Brett Mahoney (“Empire,” “The Following”) serves as showrunner and executive producer for season three.

The “Power” Universe series is executive produced by the creator and showrunner of the original “Power,” Courtney A. Kemp through her production company End of Episode, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson through G-Unit Film and Television, and Mark Canton through Atmosphere Entertainment MM. Lionsgate Television produces the series for STARZ.

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