The highly-anticipated continuation of Starz’ hit series is finally underway after some minor delays amid the coronavirus pandemic. As fans tuned in to Power Book II’s third episode, Monet is already starting to show some huge cracks in her family life and business methods which Tariq may be able to exploit.
Episode three of Power Book II: Ghost, Play the Game, aired tonight on Starz and saw Tariq St Patrick (played by Michael Rainey Jr.) go full steam ahead with his risky business ventures.
As the young student and aspiring dealer deals with the pressures of Ivy League college, Tariq is also struggling to support his mother Tasha (Naturi Naughton) as she prepares her defence case for the trial of Ghost’s (Omari Hardwick) murder.
Meanwhile, fans were given the first glimpse at Money Tejada’s (Mary J Blige) dysfunctional family life as she prepares to go into business with Tariq.
As well as finally meeting Monet’s incarcerated husband Lorenzo (Berto Colon), viewers were also able to assess how the business mogul runs things at home.
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Power Book II - Ghost spoilers: Monet's downfall 'sealed' ahead of spin-off finale (Image: Starz)
Power: Tariq goes into business with the Tejadas (Image: Starz)
First, there’s her obedient sons, Dru (Lovell Adams-Gray) and Cane (Woody McClain), who is often made to do her dirty work.
However, all eyes were on Monet’s rebellious daughter Diana (LaToya Tonodeo), who feels trapped by her mother's plans and is looking for a way out.
Moreover, while Cane throws himself headfirst into his mother’s schemes, Dru is more reluctant.
Now fans have been given more