It seems that James “Ghost” St. Patrick (Omari Hardwick) is now approaching his darkest hours in the season four trailer of “Power.” He is now incarcerated due to a crime that he did not commit, will it be his end? Or will he gain back his power?

Starz officially released the trailer of “Power” season four. The show is the number one original series in the network. It will air its season premiere on June 25, 9 pm while season 3 episodes will be available via On Demand and Starz App at 12 AM eastern time. "Power" season 3 garnered an average of 8 million viewers every episode that is why the fans have long been anticipating for the series’ next season.

Season 4

Picking up from the previous season, Ghost will be fighting for his life in the prison. It can be recalled that he was unlawfully convicted for the murder of FBI Agent Greg Knox. This unfortunate event in his life will affect other characters in the series. For Tommy (Joseph Sikura), he must decide what he really wants to happen between him and his friend and business partner. Tasha (Naturi Naughton) is having a difficult time making the family still intact. While Angela tries to stay away from something or someone that went wrong in her life. Ghost pleaded that he did not do it to his ex-girlfriend and Assistant US attorney Angela (Lela Loren) but she believed otherwise.

New antagonist

The upcoming season of “Power” will feature Sung Kang from “Fast & Furious” as Assistant US Attorney John Mak.

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He is a member of the prosecution panel and will serve as a new antagonist in the life of Ghost. Mak’s personality is rigid especially when it comes to winning a case. This will either be an advantage or disadvantage for his team, not only for Angela but for the true culprit, Mike Sandoval as well. Sandoval is Angela’s boss who intended to hide his other crimes by killing Knox. Kanaan (50 Cents), a former friend and now one of Ghost's enemy, narrated how difficult it could be behind the bars when everything that is comfortable has been locked away.

Also spotted in the video teaser is Charlie Murphy, playing the role of a prison guard in Season 4. Murphy is an alum of “Chappelle’s Show,” who died earlier this month because of leukemia. He passed away at the age of 57. “Power” released its 4th season trailer to induce the fans of the possible things in store for them. It includes shady dealings, forming new alliances and breaking some, and of course, the familiar action scenes that are loved by the fans of the series.