The latest episode of Power was deliciously dramatic in the best way.
Most of Power‘s second episode of season 6, “Whose Side Are You On,” centered around Tommy’s grief as he thought Ghost was dead. By the end of the episode, however, Tommy was all caught up—and Ghost almost certainly will have hell to pay.
Meanwhile, Dre and Councilman Tate reentered the fray, Tate teaming up once more with Ghost for a government campaign. Tariq returned back to Choate and started dealing from his dorm. Proctor faced down his ex, Lindsay, in court over the custody of their daughter. Lastly, and perhaps most heartbreakingly, Angela was finally laid to rest—thus quelling any viewers’ lingering hopes about her possible survival. The Power chessboard is truly as complicated as ever, and the pieces are sure to meet head-on in the next episode.
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When and where does Power season 6, episode 3 air?
The third episode of Power season 6, “Forgot About Dre,” premieres on Sept. 8 at 8pm ET. It airs exclusively on Starz.
How to stream Power season 6
1) Starz app
- Cost: $8.99 per month
- Devices: iOS, Android, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Mac, PC, Apple TV, Android TV, Fire Stick, Xbox One, Xbox One S, select Samsung Smart TVs
The Starz app is the cheapest and most direct way to stream Power. Not only do you get every current and previous episode of Power, but you’ll also get access to any other Starz show, like Outlander and American Gods. Additionally, you’ll be able to watch Starz’ lineup of current popular films.
2) Sling TV
- Cost: $30 to $45 per month (10$ off first month) for Sling TV | $9 per month for Starz
- Sling TV devices: Amazon Fire TVs, Android Fire Stick, Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, Xbox One, Google Chromecast, Oculus Go, and iOS and Android devices
Sling TV is split up between two packages. You can choose whether to pay $25 per month for a single package or double up for $40. Either way, the Starz add-on—and thus a Power live stream—will cost an additional $9 per month. Moreover, if premium channels are your thing, Sling has plenty to pick from at competitive prices. (Here’s the complete guide to Sling TV channels.)
3) Hulu and Hulu with Live TV
- Cost: $5.99 to $54.99 per month (after a 7-day free trial) for Hulu or Hulu with Live TV | $8.99 per month for Starz (after a 1-month free trial)
- Hulu devices: Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire Stick and Fire TV, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Nintendo Switch, and iOS and Android devices
Hulu‘s basic service has all five seasons of Power available to stream on-demand. At just $7.99 per month (or $4 more per month to watch commercial-free), it’s one of the best ways to watch Power online. But when it comes to new episodes, you’ll want to add Starz as a premium channel to Hulu with Live TV, which offers more than 50 channels for $40 per month and includes a free Hulu account. Even better: You can preview Starz for a full month before you’ll be charged.
- Cost: $8.99 per month for Starz | $119.99 per year for Amazon Prime
- Devices: Amazon Fire Stick, Fire TV, Fire tablets, and Fire phone; Roku, Google TV, TiVo, Nvidia Shield, PlayStation 3 and 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Wii
If you already have a Prime subscription, Amazon Prime Video is an easy way to add Starz to your viewing lineup. Additionally, you’ll get access to all previous seasons of Power (and any other Starz show), so you’ll have no trouble catching up. However, if you don’t feel like subscribing to a monthly service—or you just want to try the series—you can buy individual episodes for $2.99 a pop. Only seasons 2 ($9.99) and 5 ($19.99) are available for purchase, though, and not every season will let you buy all individual episodes.
5) YouTube TV
- Cost: $49.99 per month (after a 7-day free trial) for YouTube TV | $9 per month for Starz
- YouTube TV devices: Google Chromecast, Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, Xbox One, iOS, and Android devices
YouTube TV is an all-around solid streaming choice with plenty of entertainment and sports options, including AMC, Bravo, and ESPN (though the service doesn’t carry HBO or NFL Network). The Starz add-on package, and thus the ability to stream Power, costs an additional $9 per month. (Here’s the complete guide to YouTube TV channels.)
How to watch Power Seasons 1-5
- Starz app and website
- Cost: $8.99 per month
Devices: iOS, Android, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Mac, PC, Apple TV, Android TV, Fire Stick, Xbox One, Xbox One S, select Samsung Smart TVs
The Starz app is the cheapest and most direct way to stream every season of Power. You get every episode of Power, plus access to any other Starz shows, including Outlander and American Gods, and Starz’ lineup of popular films.
If you want to watch Power on the official site, you can use your login from one of the above streaming services. Go to the site, click “find your provider,” use the same login from that service, and you should be good to go.
Power seasons 1-5 is also available on Hulu’s on-demand library, Vudu, regular YouTube (up to season 4), iTunes, and Google Play. If you’re looking to just dip your toes in with an episode or two, one of these options is a solid pick at an average of $1.99 to $2.99 per episode.
New to cord-cutting?
Here are our picks for the best movie streaming sites of 2018 and free live TV apps and channels. If you’re looking for a specific channel, here’s how to watch HBO, Showtime, Starz, Sundance TV, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNU, Willow, AMC, FX, Fox News, Freeform, MSNBC, CNN, CNBC, FS1, TBS, TNT, Tennis Channel, Golf Channel, Syfy, HGTV, Cartoon Network/Adult Swim, Bravo, Lifetime, Discovery, PBS, the CW, BBC, CSPAN, NBA TV, MTV, Comedy Central, Food Network, TLC, HLN, A&E, Animal Planet, National Geographic, the Weather Channel, the History Channel, and NFL RedZone without cable, as well as free movies on YouTube. If you’re on the move, here’s how to watch Fox Sports Go and live stream NBC Sports.
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