New York rapper 50 Cent is setting expectations high for “Power” season six. The hip-hop veteran has teased fans about what’s to come when the must-watch series returns in 2019.
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Yesterday, 50 teased fans about the possibility of bringing back his now-infamous Kanan character in an upcoming “Power” spin-off series.
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Last week, “Power” creator Courtney Kemp announced spin-off shows going into production.
According to reports, Kemp has signed a new overall wide-ranging deal with Starz’s parent company Lionsgate.
Deemed as “one-of-a-kind” agreement by Lionsgate itself, the development and production deal launches Kemp and her End of Episode shingle to expand the Power franchise with potential spinoffs among a number of commitments by Starz. Additionally, the compact encompasses other projects for Lionsgate to take to market for Kemp on a multitude of platforms. While officially no one’s offering specific terms for the deal, it is over a three-year period of time, I hear, with a very solid investment from Lionsgate. (Deadline)
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