Joseph Sikora(Tommy) Teases 'Fire' Final Episodes of Season 1 in 'Power Book IV: Force'

The return of Power Book IV: Force, the Power spinoff featuring Tommy Egan, is eagerly anticipated by fans. Since March 27, the show has been on hiatus. When the program returns, though, star Joseph Sikora promises big things.

In the final episodes of Season 1 of 'Power Book IV: Force,' Joseph Sikora teased big things.

On Instagram, Sikora, who plays the show's hot-headed thug, discussed Force. Fans will have to wait weeks to find out what happens after Gloria's horrific death because the show is on break at Starz until April 10. Sikora published a post apologizing for the wait, knowing how dissatisfied they are about the break.

"So, you're telling me there won't be any POWER, Book IV: Force this week?" The fans are going to be furious. "Think Tommy!" exclaimed James, played by Omari Hardwick. Tariq of Michael Rainey Jr. commented, "Yeah, Uncle Tommy, this might not be a good look."

"OK, if you're like Ghost and Tariq and aren't thrilled about the bye week, I PROMISE the following two episodes will make up for it," Sikora said in the post.

Tommy's whereabouts in the show

Tommy proceeded to extend his Dahlia product in the most recent episode. After JP came to him with financial troubles, he recruited him to the team and put him in the lab alongside Liliana and Lauryn. Even though JP was happy for the opportunity, he had a beef with Tommy. He wants Tommy to invite their mother, Kate, to Chicago, but Tommy is still hesitant because of the events in New York.

He also had more pressing matters to attend to, such as a meeting with Walter Flynn. When Gloria's name was spoken, Tommy learned just how much Walter despised her. He warned Vic Flynn the next time he saw him to leave town with Gloria right away, but Vic didn't. Unfortunately, the Serbs ambushed him and Gloria, and Gloria was slain in a shower of gunfire. Vic was heartbroken.

What's ahead after Season 1 of 'Power Book IV: Force'?

Power Book III: Raising Kanan Season 2 appeared to be set to premiere shortly after Power Book IV: Force Season 1 ended, based on previous trends. However, this does not appear to be the case.

After the Power Book IV: Force Season 1 conclusion, executive producer Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson claimed in March that he wouldn't have anything fresh on Starz for six months. The delay, he claimed, was caused by Starz's inability to renew Force, which "[pushed] the production timeline back." However, given how close Season 2 of Raising Kanan is to completion, a return in 2022 appears to be a possibility. Keep an eye on Showbiz Cheat Sheet for more information.


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