This past weekend’s shocking ending to “Power” has social media abuzz including NBA superstar Kevin Durant who reacted to its unexpected twist.
KD gave his reaction to the mind-blowing death of key character Shawn at the hands of “Power” actor 50 Cent‘s Kanan.
Following Saturday (August 8) night’s shocking ending, 50 shared some condolences to his on-screen fictional son’s passing.
Fif recently predicted how long his “Power” show would run.
“It’s the number one show on the network now – the second season [premiere] was the largest original series numbers they ever saw at Starz. They’re excited. Those are the kind of numbers that would have made [Diddy’s television network] Revolt a success. It would have did it. [Season three] is green lit. This will be going on for about probably seven seasons. Six or seven seasons. But, you know, they wait ’til after the first show has great numbers every season before they say the next one is green lit. But you know, the arc is written for five at this point.” (Hot 93.7)
Starz announced big news recently of the show’s renewal for a third season.
Fresh off a record-setting second season premiere, Starz announced today a season three pickup of “Power,” the New York-based drama starring Omari Hardwick. Creator, executive producer and showrunner Courtney Kemp Agboh will return to the helm alongside executive producers Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, Mark Canton, Randall Emmett and newly elevated Gary Lennon. (Press Release)