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Viewers will be blown away by the violence and deaths that would happen in the finale episode of “Power” this weekend.

Power Season 4 finale

The finale episode of “Power’s fourth season airs on Sunday, September 3, 2017. What should viewers expect from the episode?

During the penultimate episode of the season titled “That Ain’t Me,” viewers saw the unexpected death of Raina, the youngest member of the St. Patrick family.

Naturi Naughton, who plays Tasha on the show, spoke to EW about what viewers should expect from Sunday’s finale.

Tasha and Ghost in “Power” (Starz)

“People’s minds are going to be blown,” she says. “There’s a lot more violence, death, the same old things that Power does. Everyone is trying to redeem themselves and get their power back; all the repercussions are coming to a head.

“So I think when they’re watching the finale, fans will be shocked, frustrated, angry, and emotional.”

Raina was shot in the penultimate episode of “Power” season 4 (Starz)

 

On how she felt about the shocking death of her daughter on the show, Naughton said, “Oh my gosh, I was upset, in shock, and a little sad.”

 “My reaction was very maternal, even though, she’s not really my child. I was like, ‘Oh no, they’re taking my TV baby.’ But sometimes things like that happen on a television show.”

Omari Hardwick as Ghost in "Power"Omari Hardwick as Ghost in “Power”

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The official synopsis for season 4 finale

When tragedy befalls the St. Patrick family, Ghost and Tommy seek retribution. Tasha tries to keep things together at home until she realizes it will be on her to prevent further disaster, causing her to seek help from an unlikely ally.

Meanwhile, Angela uses her own investigative skills and resources to figure out what Ghost is hiding, and the return of an old friend heralds a call to war.

The finale airs this Sunday on STARZ.

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