Power series six will be split in two with the first 10 episodes airing on Starz and Netflix in 2019 and the remaining five instalments broadcast in 2020. With two episodes to go until the mid-season finale, fans are eagerly awaiting the next instalment. However, many have been disappointed to find out it will not air this week. Here’s why.
Why is Power not on Netflix?
Power is first featured on Starz and the Starz app before it is released on Netflix.
However, episode nine will not air on either this week following a setback.
Starz confirmed on Twitter when the next episode will be aired.
The tweet said: “Get in on all the season six hype.
“Catch up on season six before an all-new PowerTV returns October 27 on the @starz app.”
The series will be dropped on Netflix the following day (October 28).
The promo for episode nine opens with Tommy on the phone.
Devastated after Lakeisha’s (LaLa Anthony) death, Tommy is on the phone to Ghost (Omari Hardwick).
Ghost says: “Tommy, look man, it’s all going to be over soon.”
Tommy, presumably thinking Ghost is behind Lakeisha’s death, menacingly says: “Yeah. It is.”
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However, you next see Tommy meet up with Detective Blanca Rodriguez (Monique Gabriela Curnen) but the question is why?
Blanca tells Tommy: “Lakeisha agreed to testify against you.”
Tommy hits back and says: “She weren’t gonna say s*** against me, that was my girl until the end.”
Power fans know, however, that was exactly Lakeisha’s plan all along.
Ghost is also shown meeting with drug lord Jason (Mike Doped).
He says: “I need a silent partner. Emphasis on silent.”
Saxe (Shane Johnson) is then seen trying to convince Tasha (Naturi Naughton) to turn against Ghost.
He asks her: “Time after time you cover for James. Would he do the same for you?”
Before any more of that conversation is shown, fans watch her give a firm warning to her ex.
She says: “You better watch your every move.”
Ghost’s problems don’t stop there though as Councilman Tate (Larenz Tate) has more knowledge on his foe than he thinks.
The promo ends with the politician telling Ghost: “I know who you are James, or should I say Ghost.”
Power will be dropped on Netflix on October 28.