‘Power Book IV: Force’ Secures Season 3 Renewal

Starz has officially greenlit a third season for the Power sequel series, “Power Book IV: Force,” starring Joseph Sikora as the Tommy Egan. The renewal announcement follows the conclusion of Season 2.

In the second season, Tommy Egan, portrayed by Joseph Sikora, was on a relentless mission to avenge the death of Liliana. With the Flynn organization weakened, he set his sights on dominating the Chicago drug world. The intricate plot unfolded as CBI became divided, leading to intense feuds in the streets between Tommy’s faction and Jenard’s. Exploiting rivalries between the Serbs and the formidable Miguel Garcia, the most powerful drug lord in Chicago, Tommy navigated a web of violence and ambition.

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The chain reaction of violence sparked by Tommy’s pursuit of power forced him to race against time, stay ahead of a federal task force closing ranks, and confront a sadistic supplier with ties to the Cartel. Amidst the chaos, Tommy grappled with the promise of a second chance with his blood family, forcing him to make difficult decisions about the sacrifices required to ascend the throne of a kingpin.

Kathryn Busby, President of Programming for Starz, expressed excitement about the fan response to the action-packed season, stating, “They’ve made it clear that they need more Tommy, and we’re thrilled to deliver. Christmas has indeed come early!”

Power Book IV: Force Season 2 featured Isaac Keys as “Diamond Sampson,” Lili Simmons as “Claudia Flynn,” Shane Harper as “Vic Flynn,” Kris D. Lofton as “Jenard Sampson,” Carmela Zumbado as “Mireya Garcia,” Manuel Eduardo Ramirez as “Miguel Garcia,” Miriam A. Hyman as “US Attorney Stacy Marks,” Adrienne Walker as “Shanti ‘Showstopper’ Page,” Anthony Fleming III as “JP,” and Lucien Cambric as “D-Mac.”

Showrunner Gary Lennon, who also served as an executive producer for Season 2, will continue in this role for the upcoming Season 3. The Power Universe series is executive produced by Courtney A. Kemp, the creator and showrunner of the original Power, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, and Mark Canton. Terri Kopp and Chris Selak also serve as executive producers. Lionsgate Television produces the series for Starz.

Fans can breathe easy knowing that Christmas has not been canceled for Tommy Egan, and more gripping episodes of “Power Book IV: Force” are on the horizon. Season 3 promises to deliver the same high-stakes drama and intrigue that have captivated audiences, continuing to explore Tommy’s journey in the complex world of Chicago’s drug trade.

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