Diversity is a hallmark of Kemp’s storytelling. The world of Power highlights the intersectionality of New York’s underbelly by venturing into Columbian drug cartels, the Italian mafia, Serbian street gangs, corrupt community organizers, and Queens street corners. Kemp could take spin-off projects in any or all of those directions. “I’m looking forward to exploring new ways of writing about my obsession: the intersections of violence, power, sex and romance,” said Kemp in a statement, announcing the news. Power has been the second most-watched drama on cable for the past three years, and it doesn’t look like it’s going to give up its hold on viewers anytime soon. Maybe we should clear our Saturdays too!