After nabbing exclusive streaming rights to FX’s “Atlanta,” Hulu has done the same with Starz’s hit drama series “Power.” seasons 1 and 2 of the series are now available for streaming on Hulu, while season three will be available later this year. In addition, under the agreement between Hulu and “Power” studio Lionsgate, future seasons of “Power” will also become available to stream on Hulu, including the much-anticipated season 4, which returns on Sunday, June 25, starting at 12:01 am on the STARZ app and On Demand. The network on-air premiere will be at its regularly scheduled time of 9:00 pm ET/PT. Season 4 of “Power” will consist of 10 one-hour episodes.
A full weekend “Power” Play marathon begins on Saturday, June 24th at 5PM ET/PT when the network airs seasons 1 through 3.
The third season of “Power” was the most-watched ever for a STARZ Original series, with a record 8 million multiplatform viewers per episode. Season 3 of “Power” was the second-highest rated series on all of premium pay television in 2016.
Season 4 of the Courtney A. Kemp created series, picks up on the heels of James “Ghost” St. Patrick’s highly publicized arrest by his ex-girlfriend, Assistant U.S. Attorney Angela Valdes, for the murder of FBI Agent Greg Knox—a crime he did not commit. Ghost can’t outrun his past choices and mounting enemies this season, which threaten his freedom and his family’s safety at every turn. His fight for redemption brings him face-to-face with the Feds, the media, new allies, and old foes. But the biggest obstacle for Ghost remains himself and his internal struggle between the man he wants to be and the one he really is.
The cast is led by Omari Hardwick as drug kingpin and nightclub impresario James “Ghost” St. Patrick, Joseph Sikora, as his brother in arms in the drug business, Tommy Egan; Naturi Naughton plays Ghost’ fierce, loyal wife Tasha St. Patrick and Lela Loren as his first love, Assistant U.S. Attorney, Angela Valdes.
Courtney A. Kemp serves as the Creator, Showrunner and Executive Producer of “Power.” Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, Mark Canton, Randall Emmett and Gary Lennon serve as Executive Producers on “Power.”
The show is also produced by G-Unit Films and Television, the production company launched by Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson.
Ahead of the series’ 4th season premiere, Starz has released 3 clips from episode 1 which are all embedded below, followed by the season’s trailer:
And here’s the trailer: