Raising Kanan spoilers follow.
Raising Kanan, a game set in Japan, has been renewed for a third season ahead of its season two premiere.
Power Book III: Raising Kanan, set in the nineties, chronicles the life of 50 Cent's Power character Kanan (played by Mekai Curtis) and how he became involved in the world of drugs and crime.
After Kanan's unsuccessful killing of his estranged father, Detective Malcolm Howard, Season 2 will pick up where the season one finale left off.
Krystal Joy Brown of The Sopranos will take on the role of Sal Boselli, an Italian mob boss of Newark, while Paloma Guzman will take on the role of Detective Regina Foyle, a long-time NYPD detective who is sensitive yet resilient.
Kathryn Busby, Starz' President of Original Programming, confirmed that Power might get a fifth spin-off series, this time set in London, and was wary about the possibility.
"I am not permitted to answer anything in this vein except to say what we like about Power is the possibility to spin off and to spin off successfully which we have done," she said (via Deadline). "Which in theory, we would love to do again. I love that you're hearing it."
Raising Kanan is a series of films based on Starz in the United States and Starzplay in the United Kingdom.
Power was broadcast on Starz in the United States and is now available on Netflix in the United Kingdom. Starzplay is available through Amazon Prime Video in the United Kingdom.