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Following the buildup of five successful seasons on Starz, the drama hit "Power" provides fans with a companion series to the sixth and final season. "Power Confidential" will include a panel that consists of the show's cast and creators as they discuss the most memorable moments of the season. The talk series airs directly after each episode during the series finale, providing fans with exclusive access to behind-the-scenes insights as celebrity fans and surprise guests drop by the set to dig into all the juiciest gossip.

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Elizabeth Rodriguez, Evan Handler, Bart Wenrich and Monica Mitchell discuss the episode "He Always Wins"; hosted by Terrence J.
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Courtney A. Kemp and host Terrence J. discuss the sixth season of "Power" and some shocking moments thus far.
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Courtney A. Kemp and Terrence J., discuss the sixth season of Power and its most shocking moments.
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Courtney A. Kemp and Shana Stein discuss the 10th episode of Season Six, "No One Can Stop Me."
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Gary Lennon, Rotimi, Monique Gabriela Curnen and Mike Dopud discuss the ninth episode of Season Six, "Scorched Earth."
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Joseph Sikora, La La Anthony and Bart Wenrich discuss the eighth episode of Season 6, "Deal With the Devil."
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Courtney A. Kemp, Naturi Naughton, Michael Rainey Jr. and Shane Johnson discuss the seventh episode of Power Season Six, "Like Father, Like Son"; hosted by Terrence J.
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Larenz Tate, Joe Perrino and Shana Stein discuss the sixth episode of "Power," Season Six, "Inside Man."
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Joseph Sikora, Jerry Ferrara and Gabriela Uribe discuss the fifth episode of "Power" season six, "King's Gambit."
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Gary Lennon, Joseph Sikora, Michael Rainey Jr. and comedian Gary Owen discuss the fourth episode of Season Six, "Why Is Tommy Still Alive?"
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Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, Rotimi and Larenz Tate discuss the third episode of the season, "Forgot About Dre"; hosted by Terrence J.
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Actors Naturi Naughton and Elizabeth Rodriguez, writer Monica Mitchell, and rapper Fabolous discuss the episode, "Whose Side Are You On?"
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Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, Lela Loren and Andre J. Ferguson discuss the sixth season premiere episode with host Terrence J.
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The cast and creators of the hit series "Power" discuss the most memorable moments of the final season along with insights into the making of the series and surprise guest appearances.
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Joseph Sikora and Joe Perrino discuss the episode, "It's All Your Fault"; hosted by Terrence J.

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