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The Power

Suddenly, and without warning, all teenage girls in the world develop the power to electrocute people at will. It's hereditary, it's inbuilt, and it can't be taken away from them. Over our first season and beyond, the series will follow its cast of remarkable characters from London to Arizona, Nigeria to Moldova, as the Power evolves from a tingle in teenagers' collarbones to a complete reversal of the power balance of the world. Everything's about to change, for everyone.

Show Info

Streams on:
Prime Video, US at 3:00 am
Runtime:
58 min.
Status:
Returning Series
Rating:
3.55/5 (29 ratings)
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Stats

Premiered:
2023
Episodes:
9
Watchlists:
2,518

Previous Episode

Name:
The Shape of Power
Date:
Fri May 12, 2023
Season:
1
Episode:
9 (of 9 ordered)

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Episodes Guide and Summaries

Cast

as Tunde Ojo
as Jos Cleary-Lopez
as Margot Cleary-Lopez
as Rob Lopez
as Roxy Monke
as Allison "Allie" Montgomery
as Bernie Monke
as Barbara Monke

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Mushily8343 said:
Had a great time watching. It's got a feel like how V was written

Me too, most of the time. The final ep could have been better IMHO.

Are you talking about https://next-episode.net/v? Didn't watch that one. :)
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Had a great time watching. It's got a feel like how V was written, lots of of good subplots that should culminate. Every underdog angle is employed with great casting. I didn't care for one plot choice in the cliff hanger, but all were entertaining.
It's Rebel's with a Cause. :)
by posted
Season 1 has this set up to go in any number of directions, imho. For me, I'm definitely sticking with it and standing by for a Season 2.
Oh and they got me with the soldier "set up". I didn't even see that coming.
by posted
well eps 9 the final for this season was pretty good as was eps 8 where we finally saw fatso dictator get his head caved in. This is a show where it could have done with a few more eps. But atleast we saw Tunde Ojo turned into a sniveling kid after all the cockiness. And seeing Margot Cleary-Lopez the mayor zap the senator was expected but never the less great
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merc said:
The least I like is Tunde Ojo the reporter who comes across as areal chancer, I want to see him doctored by the girls, to wipe that grin off his face

Yeah was thinking the same, not sure whether its just crappy acting or not but his grinning at odd junctures is daft. Maybe he's acting as a dick. Tempted to just fast-forward past his vignettes.
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merc said:


Hmm, with their horrendous accents. Eddie Marsan comes from Stepney, he should know better.

Oh, I think you meant English not British. :)


don't know what you are complaining about - poor London accents? I doubt yank audiences would appreciate any thing more nuanced

I don't expect to be able to detect a subtly nuanced North or South of the river accent, or maybe East or West, I just expect it to sound like they're from London, or at least actually know what a London accent sounds like. Her's is just over-the-top, like a characature of a London accent.

He probably gave them what they asked for....A (Jewish) London gangster
By the way are you British to know the difference?

I'm English and from London.
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graybags said:
I think my faves are the British dad and daughter, a real spunky pair, the monkes.


Hmm, with their horrendous accents. Eddie Marsan comes from Stepney, he should know better.

Oh, I think you meant English not British. :)

don't know what you are complaining about - poor London accents? I doubt yank audiences would appreciate any thing more nuanced

I don't expect to be able to detect a subtly nuanced North or South of the river accent, or maybe East or West, I just expect it to sound like they're from London, or at least actually know what a London accent sounds like. Her's is just over-the-top, like a characature of a London accent.

He probably gave them what they asked for....A (Jewish) London gangster
By the way are you British to know the difference?
by posted
merc said:
I think my faves are the British dad and daughter, a real spunky pair, the monkes.


Hmm, with their horrendous accents. Eddie Marsan comes from Stepney, he should know better.

Oh, I think you meant English not British. :)

don't know what you are complaining about - poor London accents? I doubt yank audiences would appreciate any thing more nuanced

I don't expect to be able to detect a subtly nuanced North or South of the river accent, or maybe East or West, I just expect it to sound like they're from London, or at least actually know what a London accent sounds like. Her's is just over-the-top, like a characature of a London accent.
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graybags said:
I think my faves are the British dad and daughter, a real spunky pair, the monkes.


Hmm, with their horrendous accents. Eddie Marsan comes from Stepney, he should know better.

Oh, I think you meant English not British. :)

don't know what you are complaining about - poor London accents? I doubt yank audiences would appreciate any thing more nuanced
by posted
merc said:
I think my faves are the British dad and daughter, a real spunky pair, the monkes.


Hmm, with their horrendous accents. Eddie Marsan comes from Stepney, he should know better.

Oh, I think you meant English not British. :)