Power Book II: Ghost picks up shortly after the earth-shattering events of Power as Tariq St. Patrick grapples with a new world order: his father dead and his mother, Tasha, facing charges for the murder her son committed.
As Tariq St. Patrick begins his new life at Stansfield University, he's torn between two worlds: doing as his mother said, living his life as a normal college kid; or doing what she taught him, hustling product.
Haunted by the legacy of his father, Tariq tries to understand who James St. Patrick was to the people in his life, how it's shaped Tariq's own life, and how the memories of his father define the man Tariq wants to become.
It's Tariq's 18th birthday, but there's no cause for celebration, or time. Saxe brings him news that could blow up Tasha's case. Tariq is concerned that Brayden's budding relationship could put their business in danger.
Tariq's hands are tied, fearing that fully letting Brayden in on their arrangement with the Tejadas has put him on a violent collision course with Cane, who demonstrates the price paid for using his name.
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Reviewed in the United States on September 5, 2020
Watched the first episode, and of course it’s not like the original Power series (which I love)! The storyline develops around Tasha towards the end and leaves you wanting to see the series out! I can do without all the teenage kids and uneccesary nude and sex scenes.
Reviewed in the United States on September 6, 2020
The main characters in this season are the characters whose scenes I'd fast forward through in the original! And now, you guys make a whole series with them? No thanks! I'll pass. Without Ghost and Tommy - together - what's the point? The rest of them were just side stories to fill the time- nowhere near as interesting.