When Starz series Power and Survivor’s Remorse return in July, they will be going head-to-head with Game of Thrones and other Sunday night power programming.
Season three of Power returns on Sunday, July 17th (9/8C), while season three of Survivor’s Remorse premieres on Sunday, July 24th (10/9C). For more, follow the jump.
RETURNING ORIGINAL STARZ SERIES “POWER” AND “SURVIVOR’S REMORSE” MOVE TO SUNDAYS IN JULY
Season 3 of “Power” premieres on July 17th and Season 3 of “Survivor’s Remorse” premieres on July 24th
New York, NY- May 25, 2016 – Today, STARZ announced the highly anticipated Season Three returns of the hit drama “Power” and the critically-acclaimed “Survivor’s Remorse.”
“Power” starts its third season on Sunday, July 17 at 9PM ET/PT. The Season Three premiere episode, “Call Me James” will air with a triple play beginning at 9PM in its move to Sunday nights. The upcoming season of “Power” will include ten hour-long episodes.
Also moving to Sundays is the hit comedy series “Survivor’s Remorse” which will premiere its third season on Sunday, July 24 at 10PM ET/PT with the first two episodes of the season airing back-to-back with “The Night of the Crash” followed by “The Ritual.” The upcoming season of “Survivor’s Remorse” will include ten half-hour episodes.
From Executive Producer Curtis ‘50 Cent’ Jackson and show creator Courtney A. Kemp (“The Good Wife”) comes season three of the hit drama “Power,” steeped in the seductive nightlife of New York’s elite and the violent underworld of international drug cartels.
Season Three finds James St. Patrick as the owner of new nightclubs, out of the drug game, and in a rekindled relationship with his first love, Angela—the Assistant United States Attorney sworn to bring him to justice. But just as they begin to believe James’ past criminal persona of ‘Ghost’ may finally be behind them, both are forced to face the consequences of running from a life from which no one gets away clean.
James’ estranged best friend Tommy has just reunited with his newly returned love, Holly, but he must attempt to not only rebuild Lobos’ devastated drug organization, but to kill Ghost—turning brother against brother.
He’s on the verge of having everything he’s ever wanted, but will this new phase of James St. Patrick’s life end before it begins with old sins and the specter of ‘Ghost’ coming back to haunt him? Be careful what you wish for.
Courtney A. Kemp serves as the Creator, Showrunner and Executive Producer of “Power.” Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, Mark Canton, Randell Emmett and Gary Lennon serve as Executive Producers on “Power.”
The show is also produced by G-Unit Films and Television, the production company launched by Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson.
About “Survivor’s Remorse”
“Survivor’s Remorse” follows the life of Cam Calloway (played by Jessie T. Usher), a hard working, young basketball star who is thrust into the limelight after signing a huge contract with a pro basketball team in Atlanta. In season three fame and fortune can’t shield Cam against tragedy. Each member of the Calloway family copes with the fallout of Uncle Julius’ accident in their own way. Family bonds are tested as a new season of “Survivor’s Remorse” explores themes of love and loss, the comforts and doubts found in religion, the danger of seeking out ancestral roots, the power of bad parenting, the pitfalls of public utterances, and the pain of dredging up the past. The cast also includes, Tichina Arnold, Teyonah Parris, Erica Ash and Mike Epps
Mike O’Malley, Emmy®-nominated actor for his role on “Glee,” serves as executive producer and showrunner for “Survivor’s Remorse.” Tom Werner, Chairman of the Boston Red Sox, and LeBron James executive produce with Maverick Carter, sports marketing executive and LeBron James’s business partner at SpringHill Entertainment; Paul Wachter, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Main Street Advisors, Victor Levin (“Mad Men,” “Mad About You”) and Hilton Smith (“Hung,” “Deadwood”).