50 Cent said last November that he was working on the theme of the show with two Chicago acts that will headline the series in the Illinois capital.
Power Book IV: Power the film is based on the character of Tommy Egan (played by Joseph Sikora), who loses his Ghost, LaKeisha and others in his hometown and moves from New York to Chicago.
This is the third spin-off from the original Power, Six seasons between 2014 and 2020. Since then, the character’s spin-offs Power Book II: The Ghost and Power Book III: Lifting Canaan aired in 2020 and 2021, respectively.
The Power franchising is not the only successful TV series by producer, actor and musician 50 Cent. Black mafia family aired its first series last year and has already been updated to the second part.
As HipHop-N-More 50 Cent currently has three of the best shows on U.S. cable television among black households.
In other news, last December said he wanted to create a modern sitcom like a rap legend Cosby show.
In her Instagram post, 50 Cent praised actress Filicia Rashad, who played Claire Huxstable.
He wrote: “I have loved @phyliciarashad forever. I don’t know, he can speak with his eyes. it was just, I think, it was Cosby show it was the only representative of black love on television. I have to make us new. “