Top 10 Series Like Power Book II: Ghost Season 3.

American drama series Power Book II: Ghost Season 3 is just around the corner to be released as per the renewal of it on December 7, 2021.

The plot primarily revolves around Tariq St. Patrick whose life gets embroiled in the complexities risen from the affairs of the Tejada family, the pressure of Cooper Saxe, his own love life, education, and drug operations.

American actor Michael Rainey Jr. portrays Tariq in the series. Along with him Shane Johnson, Gianni Paolo, Lovell Adams-Gray, Woody McClain, Method Man, LaToya Tonodeo, Mary J. Blige, Paton Ashbrook, Berto Colon, Alix Lapri, Larenz Tate, Monique Curnen will also be back for the upcoming season with Keesha Sharp, David Walton, and Moriah Brown joining as new cast members.

Power Book II: Ghost Season 3 is set to premiere on March 17, 2023.

Top 10 Series Like Power Book II: Ghost Season 3.

Empire – Number of Seasons: 6


Danny Strong and Lee Daniels created this musical drama series the plot of which revolves around a huge music industry tycoon who plans to pit his sons against one another in order to secure the company’s future while his ex-wife begins to plot how to reclaim what is her share of the business.

The series ran from January 7, 2015, to April 21, 2020, on Fox. It was nominated for six Primetime Emmy Awards.

Snowfall – Number of Seasons: 6


John Singleton created this American crime drama series the plot of which is set in the early 1980s Los Angeles when the drug epidemic is a budding virus.

It tells the story of a crime family deciding to make money by selling cocaine while a CIA operative becomes involved in that too. The series first premiered on July 5, 2017.

Mayor of Kingstown – Number of Seasons: 2

Mayor of Kingstown
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Hugh Dillon and Taylor Sheridan created this crime thriller series the plot of which centers around the McLusky family which is a powerful family and the power brokers in Kingstown of Michigan.

The series deals with issues like corruption, racism, and inequality while navigating the efforts to bring justice and order to a town that is devoid of both. The series premiered on November 14, 2021, on Paramount+.

Queen of the South – Number of Seasons: 5

Queen of the South
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Joshua John Miller and M.A. Fortin created this crime drama the plot of which revolves around a woman named Teresa Mendoza who after finding her drug-peddling boyfriend being killed by a cartel boss, sets out to be a drug lord flees to the United States and becomes determined to take revenge for the death of his lover.

Brazilian actress Alice Braga portrayed Teresa in the series. It ran from June 23, 2016, to June 9, 2021, on USA Network.

Ganglands – Number of Seasons: 2


The plot of this French action crime drama series revolves around a team of experienced robbers led by Mehdi getting embroiled in a deadly turf war after his niece comes across the life and work of a powerful drug lord.

The series premiered on September 24, 2021, on Netflix.

Ozark – Number of Seasons: 4


Mark Williams and Bill Dubuque created this American crime drama series the plot of which revolves around a money-laundering married couple who moves to the Lake of the Ozarks and gets embroiled with other powerful families and persons there.

Jason Bateman, Laura Linney, and Julia Garner are some of the primary cast members of the series. It ran from July 21, 2017, to April 29, 2022, on Netflix. The series was nominated for 45 Primetime Emmy Awards.

Animal Kingdom – Number of Seasons: 6

Animal Kingdom
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This American drama series is based on the same named 2010 Australian movie the plot of which centers around a seventeen years old boy Joshua “J” Cody whose life changes after he moves to live with his estranged grandmother Janine “Smurf” Cody following her mother’s death.

Ellen Barkin and Finn Cole portrayed Joshua and Janine respectively in the series. It ran from June 14, 2016, to August 28, 2022, on TNT.

Narcos – Number of Seasons: 3


Chris Brancato created this American Colombian crime series the plot of which chronicles the rise of Colombian drug kingpin Pablo Escobar and his subsequent fall along with its consequences.

Brazilian actor Wagner Moura portrayed Escobar in the series. It ran from August 28, 2015, to September 1, 2017, on Netflix.

The series was nominated for three Primetime Emmy Awards and one British Academy Television Award.

The Deuce – Number of Seasons: 3

The Deuce
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The plot of this American tv series is set in the 1970s and 1980s in New York City and chronicles the Golden Age of Porn including the rise and legalization of the p*rn industry in New York City.

The series ran from September 10, 2017, to October 28, 2019, on HBO.

City on a Hill – Number of Seasons: 3

City on a Hill

This crime drama series is adapted from a story by Ben Affleck and show creator Charlie MacLean.

The plot surrounds an unlikely team of an attorney and a corrupt FBI veteran who try to take down a family of armored car robbers.

The series ran from June 16, 2019, to September 25, 2022, on Showtime.