When does Power Book IV: Force start?
Power Book IV: Force began airing on STARZ in February 2022. But if you sign up for a free 7-day trial of a STARZ subscription, you can stream the first episode of Book IV right away.
Table of Contents
- When does Power Book IV: Force start?
- How to Stream Power Book IV: FORCE
- Ways to stream Power Book IV: Force without cable
- Other ways to stream Power Book IV: Force
- What’s the best way to watch Power Book IV: Force?
How to Stream Power Book IV: FORCE
The latest chapter of Power is hitting the streaming universe tonight with Power Book IV: Force
There are easy ways to get a jump on watching the first episode before the season premiere airs live on the STARZ cable channel.
If you are not already a cord-cutter or living without cable TV, here’s a quick primer on all the ways you can watch every episode of Power.
Ways to stream Power Book IV: Force without cable
After you sign up for a free 7-day trial of the STARZ, you can sign into your account from your streaming device or Smart TV.
During the free trial, you can watch every episode of Power for a week without paying anything. A subscription to STARZ costs $8.99 per month after that.
If you don’t want to get billed or keep STARZ, you can easily cancel online. So unlike a cable TV subscription, there are no long-term commitments or obligations.
What is Power Book IV about?
The fourth installment of the popular STARZ series is about Tommy Egan after he leaves New York, and his old life behind.
Year-to-year, each installment of Power has continued to break viewership records. The franchise has grown to become one of the most-watched series on premium television.
The third season of the hit drama series delivered a record 8 million multiplatform viewers per episode. The series is based and shot entirely in New York City.
Executive Producers are Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, Mark Canton, Randall Emmett and Gary Lennon. The show is produced by G-Unit Films and Television, the production company launched by Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson.
Other ways to stream Power Book IV: Force
Signing up directly through STARZ is the easiest way to start streaming Power Book IV: Force.
Here are a couple other ways to get STARZ without cable TV.
Amazon Prime Video
If you subscribe to Amazon Prime, you can also sign up for a free 7-day trial of Starz on Amazon Channels. You will be able to watch STARZ shows and movies within your Amazon Prime Video menu. After the free trial, a subscription costs $8.99 per month.
STARZ discount on Hulu
Between now and July 22, Hulu is offering a discount for signing up for STARZ. If you sign up for a free trial of STARZ through Hulu, you pay only 99 cents per month for the first two months. After that, the price for STARZ increases to $8.99 per month.
This offer is for Hulu’s on-demand streaming service, which costs $5.99 per month. You can sign up for the STARZ deal through Hulu and start streaming the early adventures of young Kanan right away.
If you don’t already have a Hulu account, you can sign up for one while getting the STARZ discount.
Hulu works with just about every streaming app, including Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Firestick. You can also stream episodes on your smartphone or PC.
Does Netflix have Power Book IV: Force
No. Netflix does not have any episodes, including Power Book III. You can find all six seasons of the original Power series on Hulu. And you sign up for STARZ through Hulu to watch Power, Power Book II: Ghost and Power Book IV: Force.
What’s the best way to watch Power Book IV: Force?
The easiest way to get access to every episode of Power Book IV: Force is by signing up for a free trial on the Starz website. A subscription after the free trial costs $8.99 per month, and you can cancel whenever you want.
You will have unlimited access to every episode of Power, and a full library of movies and STARZ Originals such as Run the World and Outlander.
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