Power Season 5 Review: Power Is A Binge-Worthy Series For Drama, Suspense, Murder Mystery Or Gangster Genre Enthusiasts

3.5 Urbanasian Rating

The finale episode will rock your world.

In season five, James “Ghost” St. Patrick is in a dangerous alliance with his former drug partner and brother-in-arms Tommy Egan and mortal enemy Kanan Stark. As Ghost mourns the death of his daughter Raina, he searches for vengeance and throws himself into his work, reaching new, professional heights. But with this newfound publicity, his quest for blood threatens to dismantle his legitimate legacy. Ghost is blind to new enemies and as the Feds grow closer to unmasking his true identity, Ghost must remain vigilant toward those wanting to take him down for his past criminal enterprises.

Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson handles the dual role of exec producer and actor in Power to his utmost potential. The performance of Omari Hardwick James “Ghost” St. Patrick who is the main character demand your attention just as he demands respect from the society. Naturi Naughton as Tasha and Lela Loren as Angela who plays the women in Ghost’s life portray powerful women who get things done by themselves and we love every time they step on toes to make things happen. Everyone in the series has to put their heart in playing their character.

If fantastic costumes fancy you or good cinematography pleases your eye or good story-telling is what keeps you hooked up or all the aforementioned things in one series then Power is the show for you.

Power takes a clichéd gangster who loves his family to the core ends up haywire protecting them. Power is a good watch cause of its good writing but at times it also becomes a slow-burner.
Power is binge-worthy for drama, suspense, murder-mystery or gangster-genre enthusiasts

We give Power 3.5 stars.

Power Seaon 5
3.5 stars