Power season six is a turning out to be a bloody one, bodies are dropping every other episode.
Here are the shocking deaths of the season so far.
The show began with a bang after Angela Valdes played by Lela Loren died of a gunshot wound after Tommy Egan shot her at the end of season 5. Angela is just the latest main character on the show to be killed off following the death of Kanan played by Curtis ‘50 Cent’ Jackson in season five.
Apparently Angela had to die because “she had all the information” which made her a target. Angela was also now “outside of law enforcement” and at a point where she had to make a choice about whether to betray Ghost and go into hiding or try to aid her lover.
Special Agent Jerry Donavan
Another unexpected death was the death of Special Agent in Charge Jerry Donovan. Donavan and his men were getting Dre and daughter Heaven ready to leave the safe house so he can testify against cartel head Alicia Jimenez at her trial but all hell broke loose and unknown gunmen started shooting. Donovan kills the assassins but Dre shoots him as Heaven looks on.
In an episode titled ‘King’s Gambit’, saw Joe Proctor played by Jerry Ferrara shot and killed by Tommy Egan (Joseph Sikora).
Tommy put an end to Proctor after he found out that Proctor, wanting to protect his daughter Elisa Marie (Mattea Conforti), revealed to Saxe (Shane Johnson) that Tommy was the one who killed Angela Valdes.
Power Season 6, Episode 8 featured the latest shock death as LeKeisha Grant played by La La Anthony was killed in a struggle with Tasha St. Patrick played by Naturi Naughton.
In the episode titled Deal with the Devil, Tasha came to visit Keisha in her new home in the suburbs after the latter had been approached by the feds again. The two got into a struggle which led to Keisha being shot in the stomach by her former best friend.
Others who have died include Black Grimace, Lindsay and Tommy Egan’s mustang (the car is not a person but when a car is sprayed with bullets its safe to say the car is dead).
Power Season 6 has a couple of episodes left, meaning there is still plenty of time for other characters to die. This was hinted at by Kemp in an August interview, where she teased, “The body count will be very, very high.”
Who do you think will be killed off the show next?