Power Book III: Raising Kanan, Starz’s action-packed drama series, will make its triumphant return with the premiere of Season 3 on December 1st. First-look photos highlighting the new season’s lineup have also been revealed!
New episodes will be accessible weekly on Fridays at midnight via the Starz app and on-demand platforms, and fans in the U.K. and Ireland can internationally watch the show via Lionsgate’s premium streaming service. On linear platforms in the U.S. and Canada, the season premiere will air at 8pm on Starz.
What is ‘Power Book III: Raising Kanan’?
Power Book III: Raising Kanan is the second spinoff series included in the larger Power Universe franchise. The Power Universe series is executive produced by the franchise creator, Courtney A. Kemp, through her studio End of Episode, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson through G-Unit Film and Television, and Mark Canton through Atmospheric Entertainment MM. Other executive producers on the show include Chris Selak, Kevin Fox, Santa Sierra and Tash Grey. Other than this, we have Sascha Penn serving as the showrunner and executive producer for this season. The series is a Lionsgate Television production exclusively for Starz.
The show also stars Omar Epps, London Brown, Malcolm Mays, Joey Bada$$, Shanley Caswell, Antonio Ortiz and Hailey Kilgore. The newly released first-look images are posted throughout this article!
What can we expect in Season 3 of ‘Power Book III’?
Raising Kanan has seen its main character, Kanan Stark (Mekai Curtis), discover the truth about his mother and himself over the past two seasons, making for a difficult and enlightening journey for him and those around him. As the new truths surfaced, Kanan has had to face the tangled web of lies and secrecy within his family and is definitely NOT happy with what he uncovers.
In Season 3 of Power Book III: Raising Kanan, each member of the Thomas family faces a crisis that challenges their identity, making them question their sense of right and wrong and they seek to distinguish good from evil, and loyalty from disloyalty. . From Marvin’s struggles with redemption, Raq’s honesty, Lou’s internal conflict, to Jukebox’s desire to break free from her family pathology, each character must redefine and reinvent themselves. While not everyone will be able complete their quest, those who do may uncover terrifying truths. Ultimately, morality is subjective, and there are no absolutes. In the end, “there’s just you.”