Starz finally revealed the official release date of “Power” Season 4 along with a photo teaser featuring James 'Ghost' St. Patrick (Omari Hardwick) locked up inside the jail. The new season will start exactly where the previous chapter left off.

Last season, he was wrongfully accused and got arrested for the crime he didn’t commit. Although he admitted that he has done a lot of wrongdoings before, killing FBI Agent Greg Knox (Andy Bean) was not part of it.

New Trailer

As Ghost is seen walking with his former girlfriend and an Assistant U.S. Attorney Angela Valdes (Lela Loren) to the court, he is trying to ask her if she even thinks he did it.

“You’re right, Jamie. I know you did it,” she responds coldly.

The show’s showrunner Courtney Kemp recently told TVLine that fans are going to see the fact that Ghost got arrested by Angela. She revealed that they have to correct the development that Tommy Egan (Joseph Sikora) is the connect now. They, too, have to right Tasha’s (Naturi Naughton) choices concerning LaKeisha Grant (La La Anthony) and her own desires now that her husband is detained.

Also, the television series’ teaser gave a glimpse of the late Charlie Murphy, who plays the role of a prison guard in “Power” Season 4. To recall, the brother of Eddie Murphy died of leukemia at the age of 57 just earlier this month.

Ghost’s new world

Moreover, “Power” Season 4’s new theme is about redemption. This has a connection with the show’s characters living the life that they wanted, although they have to take its consequences. Ghost’s battle for deliverance will take him to deal with the press, new colleagues, and longtime enemies.

It seems like his imprisonment is the major revenge of his ex-girlfriend Angela, who arrested him for allegedly killing Knox, for leaving her.

And from the looks of it, Ghost doesn’t like where he is now. He feels being betrayed by his former partner and for losing the freedom he needed for his career.

His wife, on the other hand, Tasha is doing her best to hold their family together, although neither of them knows that their son Tariq (Michael Rainey Jr.) has been kidnapped by Kanan (Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson).

The show’s protagonist also doesn’t have an idea that his number one enemy is still alive after killing him in the second season.

Additionally, Ghost’s companion Tommy (Joseph Sikora) and his protégé (Rotimi Akinosho) are both becoming top dogs in the drug trading world. “Power” Season 4 will return on June 25 at 9 p.m. on Starz.