In Season 3, Tariq will be pulled even deeper into the drug game.

The third season of Power Book II: Ghost will premiere later this year on Starz. Tariq St. Patrick (Michael Rainey Jr.) is a drama series that follows Tariq St. Patrick (Michael Rainey Jr.) after his father, James "Ghost" St. Patrick (Omari Hardwick), dies. Tariq, like his father, has been balancing his personal and professional worlds, which are now colliding. 

Tariq began working with the Tejada family, particularly its matriarch Monet, in the first season (Mary J. Blige). Though he was looking for a way out of the drug business in season 2, it appears that he will be even further into it in season 3. 

Season 3 of 'Power Book II: Ghost' will be surprising.

Ghost's third season has been in the works since the beginning of the year. Given how amazing the second season was, fans may expect the third season to be equally as stunning. "For various reasons, there will be fault lines established between Tariq and his pals," Power Universe creator Courtney Kemp told Entertainment Weekly. "And then there will be some fault lines established inside the Tejada family as a result of it." There will be a series of earthquakes, followed by a series of aftershocks that will shake the foundation and completely remake the series. That's the third season." 

In season 3, Tariq will be drawn deeper into the drug trade. 

Just when we believed Tariq would be able to flee Monet Tejada's clutches, she assassinated Mecca (Daniel Sunjata), his financial ticket out. Now that he knows his mother and sister are secure, the college student is likely to become even more cruel. 

In fact, when the third season of the show premieres, viewers believe he will be drawn deeper into the drug business. It turns out that Tariq's success in solving his murder cases may be making him even more nasty. 

Tariq has a lot of work to do before he can leave the game, according to Kemp. 

"It's the environment he's in, and he needs the money to keep going," she explained to TV Line. 

When it came to 'Power Book II: Ghost,' Michael Rainey Jr. felt a lot of pressure. 

The development of Rainey into the adult version of Tariq has been incredible to behold. Fans have watched him grow up from a naive kid to a rebellious adolescent to the lead in his own show for years. Rainey was under a lot of pressure when Ghost premiered because Tariq wasn't exactly an adored character when Power ended. 

"It feels amazing to know that people are paying attention and taking us seriously," Rainey told Essence. "At first, I was apprehensive. I was under a lot of stress. Being a part of this is awesome, but especially having a chance to encourage the fans to make a 180 and be on Tariq’s side a little bit is very cool. A special thanks to the writing team. They did their thing.” 

Now that supporters are rooting for Tariq, let’s hope that his affiliation with the Tejada family doesn’t bring him down.


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