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Power Book II: Ghost: Davis could kill Saxe in season 3

Power Book II: Spirit likely to premiere in Spring 2023, and things are changing and moving in the world of Tariq St. Patrick (Michael Rainey Jr.). An integral part of the Power universe, Cooper Saxe (Shane Johnson) defends criminals like Tariq. He’s unwittingly become a pawn in defense attorney Davis MacLean’s (Clifford “Method Man” Smith) twisted game.

Now fans believe Davis will kill Saxe in Season 3.

Since the first season of perfomance, When fans met Cooper Saxe, who worked for the US government with Angela Valdez (Lela Loren), he was determined to bring criminals down. During the original series, he had his sights set on James “Ghost” St. Patrick (Omari Hardwick) and Tommy Egan (Joseph Sikora). later in Power Book II: Spirit, he turned his attention to Tariq and Tasha St. Patrick (Naturi Naughton).

Now fans think that if the third season of Spirit debuts, Saxe will finally come to an end.

Although Saxe is currently working as Davis’ defense attorney, he leaks information to his mistress Jenny Sullivan (Paton Ashbrook). If Davis, Tariq or the Tejadas get wind of what Saxe is doing, the lights will likely go out for him.

More than that, as Saxe begins to delve deeper into the murder case of Davis’ older brother Theo (Reginald “Redman” Noble), he may find out that Davis is in fact the killer. If he uncovers this information, it’s likely that Davis, or even Theo, could have him killed.

“I think we’ll see what Street Davis MacLean is really like next season and he’ll probably give Saxe a hit and be the one to finally get Saxe killed,” one fan wrote Twitter.

From the FBI office to the defense attorney, Saxe has consistently been involved in things unrelated to him. He did everything he could to bring down St. Patrick’s, but none of it worked. As someone who has consistently stayed in the mix, fans have wanted to know how Saxe survived in the mix perfomance universe so long.

perfomance Universe creator Courtney Kemp says there’s a reason Saxe has outlasted so many others.

“I definitely didn’t see this character live that long from the start,” she explained during an Instagram Live. “But what happened was that Shane was so amazing, and then the character became so adaptable because he really wasn’t a principled person. And you know, I love writing about unprincipled people. That’s why it got more interesting. I always like this back and forth of robbers and cops. And you know I love writing about lawyers, that’s why Saxe has lived so long. He also knows way too much information, which is perfect for us because that gives you a thread.”

RELATED: ‘Power Book II: Ghost’ Interview: Shane Johnson on Saxe and MacLean’s Unholy Alliance and what song he wanted for Saxe’s death

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