James “Ghost” St. Patrick has it all: a beautiful wife, a gorgeous Manhattan penthouse, and the hottest, up-and-coming new nightclub in New York. His club, Truth, caters to the elite: the famous and infamous boldface names that run the city that never sleeps. As its success grows, so do Ghost’s plans to build an empire. However, Truth hides an ugly reality. It’s a front for Ghost’s criminal underworld; a lucrative drug network, serving only the wealthy and powerful. As Ghost is seduced by the prospect of a legitimate life, everything precious to him becomes unknowingly threatened. Once you’re in, can you ever get out?
This American drama will reveal one the history of a kingdom of darkness which will occur in the walls of the American nightclub. The owner of this popular institution is the hero of the series which called "Ghost."All who had with him a case consider him a reliable partner not only in business but also in matters more of simpler. "Ghost" is very satisfied his reputation and by that he could do. For a long time he sought to ensure that find fame and powerful. And now when he found them, they become his guides. But the hero thought that he capable of more. Despite the fact that his club brings huge profits he all the same believes that this is not enough. Therefore, the "Ghost" is looking other ways of earning money. He decides to sell drugs, and believes that it should satisfy his material desires. And although he fairly often turns out into trouble associated with these drugs, him this is not scared all the same. The hero always finds the necessary solution from situations and continues to carry out his dirty activity. His power increases with every day. He enjoys by that he has. But on the other side, he admits the fact that soon may come the day of reckoning for all his errors. And then he will lose everything. But nonetheless, this does not give him a reason to stop. He became obsessed his world and his power.Read more »
You are able to admire the season two of Power consisting of ten episodes. Its executive producer Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson altogether with show creator Courtney Kemp Agboh relate us quite a spectacular drama of prosperous and rich Manhattan bon-vivants on the one hand and the underworld of international drug trading on the other. The only thing uniting these two different ways of life is that they equally burn the candle at both ends. This season will resume where it stopped: James "Ghost" St. Patrick plays for high stakes on his drug-dealing business in order to make salvage of his nightclub and desire to have a future on a legit. Ghost's work headache is not a circumstance to combination his wife Tasha with his first love Angela. Angela is an associate US lawyer investigating his organization of drug-dealing. Ghost is impeded from his dream by Tommy - his business partner, who loves the drug game, and Kanan - his former mentor, fresh emerging from jail and thirsting for vengeance. The second season shows us James being in a race against himself. Is he able to quit drug games unharmed before Angela finds out who he really is?Read more »
The plotline of the third season still tightens around the life of James "Ghost" St. Patrick, big drug-dealer and owner of a night club. Lately he pays more attention to the night club, ignoring his "core competence". But in the meantime Ghost's drug runners are being assaulted and he has to find out, who is to blame. Season three of the Power series will be very challenging for Tasha. She intends to divorce with James St. Patrick, but still their links are too strong to break them so fast and recklessly. It is evident, that as long as they have kids together, their relations won't come to an end. When Tasha and Ghost's romance falls down about our ears, Ghost's number one drug transporter Julio conducts a steamy love affair and joins the Power sex club. Since Power series is known to have some vivid and hot love scenes. We can only guess who his partner will be. The main theme of the third season winds around one and the same question, and now we have no choice but to wonder: "Can you ever get out?"Read more »