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James "Ghost" St. Patrick, a wealthy New York night club owner who has it all, catering to the city's elite and dreaming big, lives a double life as a drug kingpin.
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Series cast summary:
...  Angela Valdes 48 episodes, 2014-2018
...  James 'Ghost' St. Patrick 48 episodes, 2014-2018
...  Tasha St. Patrick 48 episodes, 2014-2018
...  Tommy Egan 48 episodes, 2014-2018
...  Cooper Saxe 45 episodes, 2014-2018
...  Kanan 39 episodes, 2014-2018
...  Dre 38 episodes, 2015-2018
...  Julio 36 episodes, 2014-2017
...  Tariq St. Patrick 35 episodes, 2014-2018
...  Joe Proctor 33 episodes, 2015-2018
...  LaKeisha Grant / ... 31 episodes, 2014-2018
...  Mike Sandoval 30 episodes, 2015-2017
...  Greg 28 episodes, 2014-2016
...  Ruiz 28 episodes, 2014-2016
...  Holly 28 episodes, 2014-2016
...  SAC Jerry Donovan 22 episodes, 2015-2018
...  Kantos / ... 20 episodes, 2014-2016
Donshea Hopkins ...  Raina St. Patrick 20 episodes, 2014-2018
...  Cristobal 20 episodes, 2015-2018
...  Assistant U.S. Attorney John Mak 20 episodes, 2017-2018


"Power" tells the story of James "Ghost" St. Patrick, a wealthy New York City nightclub owner who caters to the city's elite. He wants to build an empire, turn the club into a Fortune 500 business, but there's just one problem: Ghost is living a double life. When he is not in the club, he is the kingpin of the most lucrative drug network in New York for a very high-level clientele. His marriage, family and business all become unknowingly threatened as he is tempted to leave his criminal life behind and become the rags-to-riches businessman he wants to be most of all. Written by Jiilo_Kim

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When Ghost as Jamie St. Patrick gets nervous, tense, or anxious, he fiddles with the tie, shirt, coat, and clothes that he is wearing. When Jamie as Ghost gets nervous, tense, or anxious, he stands still and displays a cold, hard intense stare that includes his eyes slowly moving back and forth, up and down. These characteristics occur in every episode. See more »

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Disappointed, Ugh!
8 August 2016 | by See all my reviews

I am so, so, so, so disappointed in Season 3 of "Power". For the first two seasons despite the nudity I watched the show because I was interested in the plot, yes, the plot. Yes, I understand drugs and violence are interconnected so of course I expected to see violence. Got it. I understand that people have sex,yep, got that too. What I don't understand is why season 3 is explicitly wrapped around sex c-o-n-s-t-a-n-t-l-y.

In seasons 1 & 2 I was watching a show about a man who wanted to desperately break away from a lifestyle that he knows will ultimately destroy him and his family, but constantly having to fight an uphill battle, in part due to decisions he has made and in part due to consequences of living in the lifestyle; a story about his family, his friends, his enemies. I get it, sex is interjected because guess what...people do it. Got that. And, Omari Hardwick is so easy on the eyes!

Let me guess, "people" kept talking about how great the sex scenes were in Seasons 1 & 2; so, somebody got that bright idea, "Flood them with sex!" In Season 3 I feel like I'm watching porn and that is the story line and each episode is getting worse and worse.

Well then again in understanding that you have to know your audience I can only assume that the writers and/or producers must think their audience is the less mature. Perhaps some teenagers who are starting to go through puberty and have a pension for sex.

The last episode I watched I almost changed the channel because I was so sick of the sex scenes interjected what seemed liked every ten to fifteen minutes. Give me a break. It all strikes me as very immature. Hey I'm trying to watch a movie here, you can keep the hardcore porn to yourself.

Are your ratings so low that you have to now use sex as a crutch to prop up the show because that's how it comes off. And no, I don't have to watch it, yeah, I can change the channel, but is that really what you want from your audience.

I square if I see the next episode and the first thing that hits me in the face is somebody's butt, it will be the last time I watch the show. You know what, maybe that's a good thing. I'll have to get my fix for watching Omari and Joseph on another show!

Yes, just my opinion. What makes it sad for me is that I was looking forward to this Season; I really enjoy the cast.

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