Power Book 2 enthralled fans when it arrived but is there a release date for season 2? When will the next season air on Starz?

During its six-year run, Power became on of TV’s must-watch shows.

In 2020, the series came to an end in dramatic fashion but that would not be the last we saw of Power as a number of spin-off series were on their way, the first of which was Power Book 2: Ghost.

Season 1 of Ghost came to an end in January but fans have been left asking if there’s a release date for season 2 of Power Book 2.

Power Book 2 on Starz

Power Book 2 first arrived on Starz in the US on September 6th, 2020 and was renewed for a second season on September 22nd after just three episodes had aired.

The spin-off show is a sequel to the original Power series and follows on from the events of Power season 6, focusing primarily on the drug-dealing exploits of Tariq St. Patrick, the son of James “Ghost” St Patrick.


Season 2 release date

  • The release date for season 2 of Power Book 2 has not been announced at the time of writing.

Ordinarily, fans would expect a new season to arrive around a year after the previous instalment.

If that proves to be the case for Power Book 2, then season 2 should arrive on Starz in September 2021.

However, it would come as little surprise for season 2 to arrive a little later than planned thanks to the recent filming and release delays caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.


Power Book 3 is coming first

While hype is building for season 2 of Power Book 2, fans can look forward to the arrival of another of the Power spin-offs, Book 3: Raising Kanan.

The series will serve as a prequel, telling the story of 50 Cent’s character, Kanan, before the events of the original series.

After suffering its own share of production delays, Power Book 3 is currently slated to release in June 2021 and should keep fans entertained before season 2 of Book 2 arrives.

Season 2 of Power Book 2 is coming soon to Starz.

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