Power Book IV: Force’: Joseph Sikora Has a Lot to Say About a Potential Season 2

The spin-off of the Power Universe The fourth installment of the Power Book series, Force, is already off to a rousing start. Tommy Egan (Joseph Sikora) departs New York City for a new start in Chicago, and the series follows him. 

Fans have been witnessing the universe expand around Tommy as he struggles to find his place in it so far. Tommy has faced both new and old foes thus far, and the series has a lot of potential. 

Here's what Sikora had to say regarding the possibility of a second season.

Tommy Egan is the protagonist of 'Power Book IV: Force.' 

Tommy Egan, a fan-favorite Power Universe character, is finally receiving his due. Tommy has left New York permanently to rebuild his life after the loss of his best friend, James "Ghost" St. Patrick (Omari Hardwick), and his lover, LaKeisha Grant (LaLa Anthony). 

"One step leads to another, and Tommy soon finds himself immersed in Chicago's heroin trade, sandwiched between the city's two most powerful gangs," according to a Starz press release obtained by Deadline. "Tommy straddles the race barrier in a city separated by race, eventually becoming the lynchpin that not only unifies them – but also has the power to watch them fall."

Tommy has already ruffled a few feathers, including those of the infamous Flynn Family and the Chicago Brothers Incorporated (CBI), led by brothers Diamond (Issac Keys) and Jenard (Kris D. Lofton), and things appear to be heating up. 

Season 2 of 'Power Book IV: Force' has a lot to say, according to Joseph Sikora. 

The launch of Power Book IV: Force was the largest premiere for a Starz original series in the network's history. Although the show has not yet been renewed for a second season, Sikora already has a lot to say about it.

"I think there's a lot more story to tell, so I'll certainly be up for a second and third season." The actor told Digital Spy, "I think Chicago as a city deserves it." "I believe the fans deserve it, and I believe we can get to a point where we can live with fewer words and more time in Tommy's mind." 

According to Joseph Sikora, 'Force' should have at least three seasons. 

Sikora expects that Force will be renewed for at least three seasons because Tommy is bringing fans to a completely new world. 

"I mean, I think the show has to run at least three seasons, even just in terms of what the viewers want and the storytelling," she says.

For the time being, we're interested in learning more about Tommy's brother and how his connection with Gloria (Gabriele Ryan) will develop, especially given she has a history with Vic Flynn (Shane Harper). 

Sikora told Entertainment Weekly, "It's extremely f***ing good." "It'll be a hit with the public." To not just survive, but to maybe prosper — and to potentially leave — I believe it will take all of Tommy's facets that we've created up to this point. You don't know if he'll go from one city to the next, if he'll keep bopping, or what connections he'll need to make.

Source: Cheatsheet 

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