Season three of the drama, which stars Omari Hardwick as a nightclub owner trying to live a clean life, just ended this past Sunday. The cast also includes Lela Loren, Naturi Naughton, Joseph Sikora, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, Lucy Walters, Andy Bean, David Fumero, Shane Johnson, and La La Anthony.
In the interview, Kemp says season four will see Ghost (Hardwick) fighting to “redeem himself”:
The real trick is that we did this at the end of Season 3 as opposed to waiting to the end of Season 6, right? So now we’ve already done the thing that we thought we were going to do and now the audience is going, “What are they going to do next?” And I think what you’re going to see is that Ghost fights to redeem himself from this charge, which is a wrongful charge, he did not kill Greg. Tommy is really going to redefine himself as a connect. He’s getting bigger and bigger. He’s the biggest God damned drug dealer in New York City, not Ghost. So we’re going to see that happen.”
Kemp later teased some more plans for season four:
We’re going to see Angela actually try to become a decent prosecutor again. She’s wrong right now, but she’s in the place of righteousness. And then Tasha is really going to have to re-evaluate what it means to take care of her family. We’ve seen her over the last year take care of that family on the criminal side, really be in the drug world.
Dre really steps into this incredibly ambitious, almost to what I’d say, I call him Baby Ghost. In Season 4 we see a lot of this, we see Baby Ghost emerge. It’s because just as with Ghost and Tommy, and they got rid of Kanan, they murdered Breeze and then they grew into themselves. Well, Ghost is arrested and it gives Dre an opportunity to grow, not only in the clubs but in the drug business, so that’s one aspect.”
What do you think? Do you watch Power? Did you enjoy the season three finale?