Gianni Paolo (Brayden) and Michael Rainey Jr. (Tariq St. Patrick) - Courtesy of Starz

Starz has released the official trailer for the highly anticipated fourth and final season of “Power Book II: Ghost.”

The network previously announced the exciting addition of Golden Brooks, known for her role in “Girlfriends,” who joins the cast in a recurring role as “Janet Stewart,” Monet Tejada’s cousin.

About ‘Power Book II: Ghost’ Season 4

In the upcoming final season of “Power Book II: Ghost,” the intricate web of alliances is being rewoven as each faction jockeys for power and control.

Gianni Paolo (Brayden) and Michael Rainey Jr. (Tariq St. Patrick) – Courtesy of Starz

Tariq and Brayden, our dynamic duo, find themselves at a crossroads, needing to claw their way back into the heart of the action.

However, Brayden’s flirtation with a risky lifestyle throws a wrench into their plans, sparking doubts in Tariq’s mind about their shared ascent to the summit.

Meanwhile, the fallout from past events leaves a trail of chaos in its wake.

Monet, once a formidable force, is left teetering on the brink of demise.

Cliff “Method Man” Smith (Davis MacLean) – Courtesy of Starz

Davis faces the grim possibility of disbarment, casting a shadow over his future.

Effie, ever the survivor, seeks to carve out her own path at Stanford, determined to secure her destiny.

Within the Tejada family, tensions simmer and loyalties are tested.

LaToya Tonodeo (Diana), Lovell Adam Gray (Dru), Woddy McClain (Cane)
LaToya Tonodeo (Diana), Lovell Adam Gray (Dru), Woddy McClain (Cane) – Courtesy of Starz

Diana and Dru find themselves grappling with the roles they’ve been thrust into, while Cane, ever ambitious, seeks to elevate his status by aligning with Noma.

Noma herself is fighting tooth and nail to establish her foothold in the cutthroat world of business while keeping her daughter, Anya, on the straight and narrow.

Caroline Chikezie (Noma) – Courtesy of Starz

Yet, her ambitions inadvertently draw the attention of Tariq and Brayden, further complicating an already volatile situation.

As the final curtain draws near, the stage is set for a showdown of epic proportions.

The promise of revenge hangs heavy in the air, driving each character to the brink as they confront their inner demons and external adversaries.

Motivations clash, blurring the lines between friend and foe, leaving viewers questioning the very essence of trust.

Amidst the chaos, one thing remains certain: this season of “Power Book II: Ghost” will be a pulse-pounding rollercoaster ride of adrenaline-fueled twists and turns.

From the boardrooms to the streets, from the highest echelons of power to the depths of betrayal, every moment will keep viewers on the edge of their seats, wondering who will emerge victorious and who will fall by the wayside.

Michael Rainey Jr. (Tariq St. Patrick), Cliff ‘Method Man’ Smith (David MacLean), Gianni Paolo (Brayden Weston) – Courtesy of Starz

The Cast

The stellar ensemble cast returns for the final chapter, including Michael Rainey Jr. as “Tariq St. Patrick,” Mary J. Blige as “Monet Tejada,” Cliff “Method Man” Smith as “Davis MacLean,” Gianni Paolo as “Brayden Weston,” Woody McClain as “Cane Tejada,” Lovell Adams-Gray as “Dru Tejada,” LaToya Tonodeo as “Diana Tejada,” Alix Lapri as “Effie Morales,” Larenz Tate as “Rashad Tate,” Caroline Chikezie as “Noma,” LightSkinKeisha as “Brushaundria Carmichael,” and Michael Ealy as “Detective Don Carter.”

Michael Ealy (Detective Don Carter) – Courtesy of Starz

In addition to the main cast, “Power Book II: Ghost” Season 4 introduces a lineup of compelling recurring characters who add depth and intrigue to the narrative.

Talia Robinson joins as “Elle,” the lead singer of a popular hip-hop group at Stansfield, bringing her own brand of charisma and talent to the mix.

Lightskinkeisha (Brushandria), Talia Robinson (Elle), Yung-Bleu (Stokley) – Courtesy of Starz

Sydney Winbush takes on the role of “Anya Covington,” Noma’s daughter, whose innocence is juxtaposed against the gritty backdrop of her mother’s profession.

Detective Nico Calder and Detective Felicia Lewis, portrayed by Aaron Dean Eisenberg and Allison Luff respectively, inject a dose of law enforcement presence into the storyline as officers on Detective Carter’s Drug Task Force.

Their relentless pursuit of justice adds another layer of tension to an already volatile situation.

Stephanie Sheperd enters the fray as “Perla Tanaka,” a sharp-witted law associate tasked with defending Davis McClean against a barrage of charges.

Her legal prowess and unwavering dedication to her clients make her a formidable adversary in the courtroom.

Rounding out the ensemble is Yung Bleu as “Stokely,” whose mysterious presence adds an air of unpredictability to the unfolding drama.

When Does ‘Power Book II: Ghost’ Season 4 Come On?

Fans can mark their calendars for the premiere of “Power Book II: Ghost” Season 4, with Part One debuting on Friday, June 7, on the STARZ app and linear channels.

Part two is set to follow on Friday, September 6, promising to deliver an explosive conclusion to the acclaimed series.

Watch The Trailer

As one chapter closes, another begins, with Starz announcing the development of “Origins,” a prequel series delving into the riveting backstory of Ghost and Tommy, ensuring that the legacy of “Power” lives on in the hearts and minds of fans everywhere.

Related: ‘Origins’: ‘Power’ Franchise Developing Ghost & Tommy Prequel Series At Starz

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