Power "Don't Worry, Baby" Review - AVClub

AVClub: Power isn’t Power without dramatic irony. It’s the narrative device the show thrives on, and nothing creates tension like knowing the peril ahead for the characters before they do. A season and a half passed before both Ghost and Angela knew how mutually dangerous their relationship was, so the audience got to watch as they made moves and countermoves with no idea they were sleeping with the enemy. That element is gone now that the happy couple has moved to a new phase of their relationship, but in season three, Power has figured out how to reintroduce its most durable storytelling technique.

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