"Power" universe creator-showrunner, writer and producer Courtney A. Kemp has entered a multi-year creative partnership with Netflix. Through the overall deal, she will develop new projects via her production banner End of Episode. End of Episode's development and support teams, as well as president Chris Selak, will join in the move to Netflix. Selak will continue in her role and lead the company alongside Kemp."Courtney is the real deal -- a creative force and world-builder who makes great shows. I...
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Kemp’s Starz series “Power,” about a drug dealer (Omari Hardwick) trying to go straight with his nightclub business, ended its six-season run back in 2020, but the franchise it spawned still forms the foundation for her growing TV empire. She currently has three spinoffs on the air (“Power Book II: Ghost,” the prequel “Power Book III: Raising Kanan” and “Power Book IV: Force”), and for a while it looked like there would be another (“Power Book: V,” to star Larenz Tate), but Starz said in August it had decided not to move forward. The shows’ success led to an eight-figure, four-year deal for Kemp’s prodco End of Episode at Netflix, where she has pledged to create impactful series that highlight stories about and from women, BIPOC and LGBTQ+ voices.