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'Power' Season 3 Teaser "Ghost Must Die" Readies July Premiere [WATCH]

by Wanda J Coppage   Apr 26, 2016 15:59 PM EDT

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The time is almost here to find out the fate of Ghost (Omari Hardwick) and Tommy's (Joseph Sikora) friendship with the season 3 premiere of the 50 Cent executive produced hit STARZ series, Power. The show will make its return in July but the 30 second teaser, which reveals the message "Ghost Must Die," will having you wishing we weren't more than two months away.

(Season 2 Spoilers)

At the end of season 2, viewers were left hanging on in anticipation to find out what will happen with Ghost and Tommy after their friendship is left damaged due to deceit and betrayal. And then there was Kanan (Curtis Jackson/50 Cent) who was left to be burned alive in a shed that Ghost set on fire but, is he dead or not? If the intense season 2 finale wasn't enough to have you on the edge of your seat, the recently released teaser for the new season definitely will.

Power @Power_STARZ on twitter released the 30 second clip that is chilling from the very beginning. Lines from various characters can be heard throughout the 30 second clip that truly makes fans wonder what is about to happen? Quotes like, "Ghost we need you out here in these streets," "I'm out the game," and the most shocking from Tommy (Sikora) saying, "I'ma put a bullet in his head."


The words "Ghost Must Die" were displayed at the end of the teaser leaving fans to wonder will this be the final season James "Ghost" St. Patrick (Hardwick).

Courtney A. Kemp creator and showrunner of the STARZ series sat down with Jacque Reid of the Tom Joyner Morning Show during her "Inside Her Story" segment and gave some inside scoop as to where she plans to take the story with season 3 and she promises that it's going to be "the most violent yet," according to Vann Digital.

During the interview, she explained how with this season, "there's so much violence [and] there's so much sex." Ironically, with the show's huge success, Kemp explained how there are still so many mainstream people who don't know about it, even with the show being on in over 170 countries.

Maybe they will know about it by July when the show returns.

Listen to the interview here.

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