The midseason finale of Power season six left fans in shock after Ghost (played by Omari Hardwick) was shot by an unknown figure. Viewers watched as he fell from the balcony wondering if he survived. However, the first episode soon revealed he’s really gone.
Despite the latest episode of Power failing to reveal who shot Ghost, the episode did confirm his death and rule out some suspects.
Fans knew the next five episodes would be told from the perspective from each of the suspects, and by the end of this episode, two of the characters are ruled out as being Ghost’s killer.
The episode focuses on Dre (Rotimi) and why he was doing leading up to Ghost’s death.
Desperate for cash, councilman Tate seems to be his last hope as he offers him $ 100,000 in exchange for killing Ghost.
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Meanwhile, show creator Courtney Kemp has spoken out about Ghost’s ending.
Teasing how Ghost’s story will come to a close, Courtney said there will be consequences to the former drug dealer’s actions.
“I always knew that Ghost was going to have to get some sort of consequence for his behaviour,” she told TV Line.
“Was that going to be incarceration or homicide? Who could say?