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    Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson Celebrates 10th Anniversary of “Power” Pilot Episode and Premiere of “Power Book II: Ghost”

    Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson continues to dominate the television landscape with the “Power” Universe, as the final season of the first spinoff, “Power Book II: Ghost,” premieres on Friday, marking the 10th anniversary of the original “Power” pilot episode. The star-studded event at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City saw cast members from all four shows in attendance, including Jackson, Mary J. Blige, Michael Rainey Jr., and Naturi Naughton.

    As the co-creator and executive producer of the Power Universe, Jackson emphasized the collaborative effort behind the franchise’s success, noting the diverse team of writers and producers involved in bringing the shows to life. He also addressed the recent trend of diverse television shows being canceled and the rollback of DEI initiatives, advocating for diversity in the entertainment industry.

    During the premiere event, Jackson shared a humorous exchange with Tyler Perry, joking about the possibility of Perry mentoring him. He also highlighted the importance of pushing for diversity and representation in all aspects of the industry, including the liquor business.

    With 12 executive producer credits and involvement in 34 shows across ten networks, Jackson’s impact on the television landscape is undeniable. “Power Book II: Ghost” is now available for streaming exclusively on Starz, solidifying Jackson’s legacy as a powerhouse in the entertainment industry.