The cable and the Starz app tallied the season 1 finale with an interesting new drama series and the season 2 premiere of on Sunday. the company said the couple created a very fast one-day meeting for the year, but in its first time, the company's said.
In a single-season finale of BMF, the performance of Power Book II: Ghost topped the chart for Starzs Sunday premieres. Despite the delay, the BMF final, which took effect on Sept. 26 and the return of Power Book II a performance record of 62 million L+SD compared with its Sept. 26 premiere while the broader viewership in October 2020 became a plus.
As well as a total of nearly 6 million multiplatform views on Sunday, two separate show shows drew a combined total of 6 million views, with several platforms still to report, according to Starz. Both Ghost and BMF both ranked the top 1 and 2nd with the highest number of single-channel views on Sunday, and also both from different countries, the lowest number of single-channel views a day (L+SD).
The two stories premiered from all platforms worldwide, from the US to Canada. The two stories were presented throughout Europe, Latin America, and Japan via Starzplay.
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The success of the BMF season one finale and the launch of Power Book II: Ghost season two will demonstrate our enduring ability to program and continue to draw us apart as a leader in diversity, if it are to the future.
Winning filming by Jackson's G-Unit of The 1980s inspired the true story of two brothers who hung up in the southwest of Detroit in the late 80's and swooned for a single movie in the show, and renamed the most influential crime families in the country. Tasha Smith is director and executive producer of the series, which has already been renewed for a second season.
Power Book II: Ghost, from Lionsgate TV, is executive produced by Kemp and Jackson alongside Mark Canton. Kemp also serves as series creator and showrunner, while Chris Selak, Shana Stein and Bart Wenrich executive produce as well as Brett Mahoney and Danielle De Jesus.