Power Book II: Ghost Renewed For A Fourth Season; Michael Ealy Joins Regular Cast

Starz has renewed "Power Book II: Ghost" for a fourth season, Variety has learned.

The renewal announcement comes just before of the March 17 launch of the third season. In addition, Michael Ealy has been cast as a series regular for the fourth season. Currently, production for Season 4 is beginning in New York.

"The high-octane drama of 'Power Book II: Ghost' continues to resonate with our audience, and we're happy to begin production on season four prior to the premiere of season three," stated Kathryn Busby, Starz's president of original programming. 

It is evident that our fans are eager to consume more of this explosive series, and we look forward to Michael joining our fantastic cast. Ealy joins the cast as Detective Don Carter, a "rising NYPD officer who was on his way to becoming Police Commissioner when his wife was killed in a crossfire between competing drug gangs."

 Carter, who vowed to make the streets safer, exchanged his tie for a Kevlar vest and is now the leader of an elite NYPD drug task unit that achieves tangible achievements against drug-related violence. His accomplishments merit public acclaim, but nothing can bring back his departed love."

"Power Book II: Ghost" is the first of three current spinoffs of the Courtney Kemp-created Starz series "Power." Additionally, the premium cable channel is presently airing the prequel series "Power Book III: Raising Kanan" and "Power Book IV: Force," both starring Joseph Sikora as Tommy Egan.

Brett Mahoney is the showrunner and executive producer for Season 3 of "Ghost" Kemp serves as executive producer for End of Episode. Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson serves as an executive producer for G-Unit Film and Television. 

Mark Canton of Atmosphere Entertainment MM and Chris Selak also serve as executive producers. Lionsgate Television is the production company.

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