"Power Book III: Raising Kanan": A Look at the End of Season 2


The time period for Power Book III: Raising Kanan is the 1990s. The drama series follows Kanan Stark (Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson in Power and Mekai Curtis in Kanan) through his teenage years. Kanan's mother, Raquel "Raq" Thomas (Patina Miller), is a ruthless drug kingpin whose ambitions and lies may have ruined her relationship with her son. 

Raq's brothers, Marvin (London Brown) and Lou Lou, help her run her business (Malcolm Mays). 

Now that season 2 is almost over, here's what we know about the last episode. 

In Season 2 of "Power Book III: Raising Kanan," characters have been paying for what they've done. 


Raq's drive and willingness to be cruel have helped her grow her business. But because of what happened, she might have lost her son Kanan and her younger brother Lou. In the second season of Raising Kanan, the focus has been on what happens next. 

Curtis told PopSugar before the season came out that season two is just as explosive as season one. "A lot of new information is going to come out, and every character in the story has a lot of new feelings and a new sense of who they are. It will be a very, very interesting trip." 

Inside the end of Season 2 


The last episode of Season 2 of Raising Kanan will air on Oct. 23. We all know that a lot is going on. Kanan no longer lives with his mother. Marvin didn't tie up a loose end. The Newark mob is at war with the Thomas family. Famous (Antonio Ortiz) is a killer and a lot of other bad things. 

"If Y'don't Know, Now Y'know" is the name of the last episode of the season. Starz is telling fans what they can expect. The description says, "Decidedly his own man, Kanan moves farther away from his mother and sets up shop on his own on the corners of South Jamaica. Worried about retaliation, Raq questions Unique. Lou's relationship with Raq gets worse when he finds out something. 

Kanan and his family seem to be about to learn some very hard lessons. 

In "Power Book III: Raising Kanan," nature vs. nurture are looked at.

 

It looks like Kanan's relationship with Raq is too broken to be fixed. She had many chances to tell him the truth about Detective Howard. But she kept lying to him and not telling him things. It looks like he can't trust anyone now. 

In the first season of Kanan, we learned that the teen could have gone in a totally different direction. But his choices and Raq's choices made him into the dangerous man he could become. Sascha Penn, who made Raising Kanan, says that he has always been interested in nature vs. nurture. 

"[Nature vs. nurture] is a big part of the story and the tension. I think that's a question we all ask ourselves, both as people and as parents, says Sascha Penn, the creator of the show. "I really think that is part of Raquel's journey. "What are these decisions I'm making for myself and for my son going to do to him?" We already know the answer; we know that at least they will have some effect on who Kanan becomes." 

Fans want Kanan and Raq to get back together, but we don't see how that can happen right now.


Source: Cheatsheet.com

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