New York rapper 50 Cent knows the world can’t wait to get back into “Power.” The series executive producer has officially announced “Power Book II: Ghost” premieres in the coming months.

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On Friday, Fif lit up his social media feeds with the massive announcement. Barring any changes, Curtis Jackson’s follow-up to “Power” will premiere in September and have a teaser clip released this weekend.

“The wait is over. Power Book II: Ghost premieres this September. Tune in for an exclusive teaser this Sunday on the @Starz App. #PowerBook2 #PowerNeverEnds” -50 Cent’s Instagram

High-Key Details

In mid-February 2020, 50 Cent hit up Instagram with a huge reveal. The TV executive shared a sneak peek at the “Power Book: Ghost” cast line-up.

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Days prior, “Power Book II: Ghost” actress Naturi Naughton reunited with her “Power” co-star Omari Hardwick at a New York Fashion Week event.

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Once a #StPatrick… Always a #StPatrick ❤️ love you @omarihardwickofficial ❤️we killing em in our @daruccileather & I see you back there @youngparis 😉#nyfw @ownersdistrict #daruccileather

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#PressPlay: #NaturiNaughton, #MethodMan and #MichaelRaineyJr on set for #PowerBookII!!

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Before You Go

In early 2020, details surrounding the upcoming “Power” spin-off shows and its key characters surfaced online.

Along with the previously announced “Power Book II: Ghost,” the premium cabler has also commissioned “Power Book III: Raising Kanan,” “Power Book IV: Influence,” and “Power Book V: Force.” “Raising Kanan” is a prequel set in the ‘90s during the early years of “Power” character Kanan Stark. “Influence” will follow Rashad Tate in his pursuit of political power. “Force” centers on Tommy Egan after he cuts ties and puts New York in his rearview mirror for good. Larenz Tate will reprise his role as Rashad Tate in “Influence,” while Joseph Sikora will return as Tommy for “Force.” (Variety)