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‘Power’ Season 6 Release Date, Latest News: Series Star Joseph Sikora Hints What’ll Happen Between Ghost and Tommy
“Power” Season 6 is set to premiere in the Madison Square Garden on Aug. 20, with the series airing five days later on its mother network STARZ. Fans who will be attending the event will be seeing the show’s stars, along with a performance from rapper 50 Cent, who’s also part of the crime drama before his character got killed off.
“Power” Season 6 will be the last entry for the series and everyone involved is making sure that it will go out with a bang. And judging by the recent comments of series star Joseph Sikora, it may very well deliver an ending worthy of all the buildup that the writers have been working in, InsideEdition reported.
When asked about the possibility of Tommy (Sikora) and Ghost (Omari Hardwick) repairing their already broken relationship in “Power” Season 6, the actor said that the possibility is still there. He cited the familial bond that the two men have developed throughout the course of the story as the factor that would contribute to this healing. However, Sikora did admit that the events that took place in the fifth entry’s finale make it incredibly difficult to mend the rift.
“I mean, they were going so far down that slippery slope but the bond is so stretched in [Power] Season 6 that I think that it allows both men to be at opposite ends and to figure out who they are without each other in some ways. But is that bond strong enough to keep them together in the long run?” Sikora said.
The 42-year-old added that apart from Tommy’s loyalty with Ghost, the troubled character is adamantly an adherent follower of the rules of the street. Thus, it’s safe to assume that the conflict between Tommy and Ghost will end with one – or even both – of them dying. Regarding the episode count of “Power” Season 6, STARZ has given it 15 episodes to ensure that the writers have plenty of room to tie up every loose end.
As for the future of the franchise, it appears that the network is planning to create a spinoff series based on the already established universe of the show, Variety reported. It’s still unclear what sort of storyline this new series will tell, but it’s highly likely that “Power” Season 6 might provide some clues on this front.