Power finale won't air against Game of Thrones season-ender
As if Starz would ever consider such a thing.
Like Game of Thrones, Power is ready to unleash its season finale on fans. But unlike the HBO drama, Power won’t be airing its season-ender this Sunday. The network postponed it to Sept. 3 because, let’s be honest, who wouldn’t rather see if the dragons strike again in Westeros?
Even better: the GoT finale is 80 minutes long! (But poor James Hibberd, who will probably be up until 5 the next Monday, writing that final recap for the season).
And now, for some details on “You Can’t Fix This,” the much-anticipated season 4 finale of Power. Here’s the official breakdown from the network: “When tragedy befalls the St. Patrick family, Ghost and Tommy seek retribution. Tasha tries to keep things together at home until she realizes it will be on her to prevent further disaster, causing her to seek help from an unlikely ally. Meanwhile, Angela uses her own investigative skills and resources to figure out what Ghost is hiding and return of an old friend heralds a call to war.”
And here are few parting shots (pun intended?) from the finale:
The season 4 finale of Power will air at 9 p.m. ET on Sept. 3 on Starz.
Game of Thrones
HBO's epic fantasy drama based on George R.R. Martin's novel series 'A Song of Ice and Fire.'