The third season of "Power Book II: Ghost" could be delayed.

Tariq St. Patrick (Michael Rainey Jr.), whose father, James "Ghost" St. Patrick (Omari Hardwick), has died, is shown in Power Book II: Ghost. Tariq has been working for the Tejada crime family to pay for college while also trying to make a living.

Fans thought Season 3 of Ghost would come out this year. But the season could be put off. Starz hasn't said when Season 3 of "Power Book II: Ghost" will be out.

Starz hasn't said when the third season of Power Book II: Ghost will come out, which is frustrating for fans and the cast and crew of the show. Fans do remember that work on the season was done in August 2022. But fans know a little bit about what to expect when the new season starts.

 "I just know that Tariq is going to make some money, and he's going to fight a lot because he doesn't really know what happened with Lauren and he's trying to figure out what's going on with her," Rainey told PopSugar. 

"Then, as we've already said, Brayden and Effie try to keep that truth from him. So that's another thing that will happen. There will be a lot happening." Season 3 might be put off.

Fans knew that filming for Season 3 didn't start when it was supposed to. Due to the rise of the Omicron variant in New York City, where the series is set, filming didn't start until late January 2022.

 Fans thought that it might not start until November 2022, which would have been exactly one year after Season 2 came out. But so far, nothing has been said about it. So far, we know that BMF Season 2 will come out in January 2023 and that filming for that season began after Ghost Season 3.

 So, Ghost fans are keeping their fingers crossed for March 2023. Power Book IV: Force Season 2 just finished filming, so it's possible that Starz could air both Ghost and Force at the same time. For Season 3, the cast of "Power Book II: Ghost" is getting bigger.

Even though Season 3 probably won't start this year, fans can expect a lot of new faces to join the cast when it does.

Deadline says that Gbenga Akinnagbe will play the role of Ron Samuel Jenkins. Ron, also known as "RSJ," is a "graduate of Howard University and Harvard Business School who came from a working-class background and built a legal empire that has put him firmly in the business elite."

 Obi will be played by Kyle Vincent Terry. Obi moved to the U.S. from the U.K. and "knows how to use a gun and is also at home in a boardroom." There may be a spinoff set in London, so Obi could be important to that show.

Also, Moriah Brown will play the role of Kiki Travis. Kiki "doesn't come from privilege," but "she has an Ivy League education" and is "making her own way in the world of the business elite." Caroline Chikezie will play Noma as "a worldly and powerful woman with a royal air who built her wealth with an illegal global empire and won't be afraid to use any means necessary to protect it." 

Last but not least, Deadline says that David Walton plays a Wall Street executive named Lucas Weston. Lucas works for his family's business and is called a "left-leaning high-level executive who likes to seek out adventure."


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