Power Book II: Ghost has unveiled its first trailer for the second half of season one.
As things were left in the midseason finale, Saxe and Davis were beginning to close in on Tariq after the latter was caught confessing to the murder of his father, Ghost.
Digital Spy can now exclusively reveal the promo for the new episodes, in which we see Tariq working alongside Mary J Blige's character Monet, as Tasha faces trial over Ghost's murder.
However, it looks like there's tension between Monet and Tasha, with the latter declaring over the phone from prison: "If you hurt what's mine, I swear to God I will find a way to hurt what's yours."
You can also check out a brand new poster below:
Naturi Naughton, who plays Tasha, previously teased to Digital Spy what to expect from Monet, suggesting her and Blige's characters don't get along.
"I think having Mary J Blige step in to this role of Monet is so exciting because it's adding another strong female character to our story base, and she's awesome – and so humble and ready to work, her and Method Man – but [it's exciting] for women out there who see a reflection of themselves in Monet's character and Tasha," she said.
"You know, it's really beautiful because I think we often don't get to see that as much, and I think the way that Monet is written, people really enjoy, she's a really good character and Mary J is iconic – so it's an honour to have this beautiful iconic female come into power and literally just kill it."
Naughton added of the dynamic with Monet: "We may not see each other at first, because our worlds are different. However, our paths may cross. And when they do, we will not be buddy buddy, not at first."
Power aired on Starz in the US, and is available on Netflix in the UK. Power Book II: Ghost returns on Starz in the US on Sunday, December 6, and will air on Starzplay, available through Amazon Prime Video, in the UK.
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