Hollywood executive Courtney Kemp knows her “Power” run is done-done. The show’s creator has penned a major goodbye to cast, fans and everyone in-between as she gears up for the series’ final season.
This week, Kemp went to Instagram to remind supporters the five-year journey is complete.
This week, “Power” star Joseph “Tommy” Sikora reflected on the series wrapping up.
A few days ago, various pics and clips emerged of the cast members united ahead of a highly-anticipated final season gearing up to premiere.
According to reports, the festivities went down this past Saturday in California.
The event, dubbed “Starz FYC: Creativity, Culture, Conversations,” will include an immersive installation showcasing some of the behind-the-scenes crafts on series such as “Power,” “American Gods,” “Vida” and “Outlander,” as well as a day of panel discussions with casts and producers. On Saturday, June 1, the exhibit will be open to the public to explore costumes, sets, music, VFX displays and more. The next day, on June 2, only Television Academy members will be invited back to not only check out the installations, but also see a day of panels that will also include “Now Apocalypse,” “The Spanish Princess” and “America to Me.” (Variety)