As the sixth and final season of Netflix's hit show Power, graces our screens - many of us are reluctantly gearing up to wave goodbye to Ghost, Tasha, Tommy, and Tariq. But the conclusion of the show has raised one huge question... could there still be more content in the canon?
Well, it seems there's been some exciting news... keep scrolling to find out more.
Power has been capturing our attention since 2014.
via: IMDbDespite being overlooked by television award panels, Power has year after year achieved 100% on Rotten Tomatoes. People that watch the show absolutely love it.
For those that haven't seen it...
via: IMDbSeriously, you've got some major catching up to do. But the basic premise is this... James St. Patrick is a bad boy who wants to get good. He owns a nightclub that he wants to become his only enterprise, only he's got to figure out how to get out of being a successful player in the drug underworld.
Even if you're not normally interested in shows with crime and mobster behavior...The shows creator, Courtney A. Kemp (who also wrote The Good Wife,) has the unique ability to get audiences to connect with characters they would never expect to.
50 Cent was a big player in making Power happen.
via: IMDb50 Cent, otherwise known as Curtis Jackson, collaborated alongside Kemp to get the show off the ground.
And he doesn't just produce the show...
via: imdbHe stars in it too. The hip hop legend has certainly been keeping himself busy.
Despite its praise from fans, the show has been snubbed by the awards community
via: imdbAlthough many have their theories - one of them being the show's predominantly black cast.
In fact, this is something 50 Cent himself believes...
via: imdb"I like to say it’s racial," the star said during a panel discussion at the Television Critics Association Press Tour last year. “That’s the easy way to get out of things. People who are running and connected to these ceremonies are not necessarily cool people."
Netflix is currently airing the show's final season...And of course, we all wanted to know who shot ghost.
The show will finish up for good on February 3.
via: imdbThere's really not that long left.
Of course, we would have liked them all at once.But part of the reason we're all obsessed with this show is probably that they've teased us so well.
There's no doubting its success...
The thing about @50cent on @Power_STARZ is that you know that’s how 50 is in real life. He IS Kanan. All the shit K… https://t.co/uYFFPI8Qj4— 🇺🇸 SPORTS SAVANTSTRADAMUS 2.0🇺🇸 (@🇺🇸 SPORTS SAVANTSTRADAMUS 2.0🇺🇸)1575702308.0
The much-anticipated finale has raised questions over what's next.
via: imdbWe know there sadly won't be another season of Power, but that doesn't mean there can't be more content in the canon.
It's definitely something fans would want.
I need a power spinoff with Tommy— COMPLEX_THEKID (@COMPLEX_THEKID)1579892441.0
It looks like we've finally got some answers...
via: imdbJoseph Sikora, the actor who plays Tommy Egan dropped a major hint this week about a potential spin-off series.
Sikora took to Instagram to allude to the new project.
The actor wasn't the only one to drop a spin-off hint.
via: Getty ImagesRapper, 50 Cent chimed in to offer his view, writing: "My favorite character since season 4 TOMMY @josephsikora4 LETS GO!"
Fans seem sold on the idea.
Tommy from Power is getting a spin-off! That’s gon be dope.— nae. (@nae.)1580331752.0
Of course, this wouldn't be the first show to come off the back of Power.
via: imdbAnother show, titled Power Book II: Ghost, starring Mary J. Blige has already been announced.
Power Book II: Ghost is set to pick up where the series left off...
via: imdbAnd fans are more than ready to get their teeth into the upcoming spin-off.
So, could a Tommy spin-off be on the cards?
via: imdbAt the moment, it's hard to say, especially given the fact that the network hasn't officially confirmed the project. But, let's keep our fingers crossed that this will happen! 50 Cent recently got awarded a very impressive accolade. Keeps scrolling to find out more...