Tommy's Focus in Season 2 of Power Book IV Could Be Revenge On the Flynns

Following the death of Tommy Egan (Joseph Sikora), his best friend and business partner James "Ghost" St. Patrick, Power Book IV: Force follows Tommy Egan (Joseph Sikora) (Omari Hardwick). Tommy is attempting to start his own drug empire without Ghost after leaving New York for Chicago. 

Before it all fell apart in season 1, he started to establish himself. He may be bent on vengeance in Force Season 2. 

Season 2 of 'Power Book IV: Force' will be better than first season.

Force wasn't precisely the show that Tommy Egan fans expected when it first premiered, despite its huge popularity. There were numerous pace flaws and certain storylines that were perplexing. Tommy wasn't as vicious as he was on Power, according to several fans. 

Force creator Robert Munic, who has since left the show, appears to have had some creative disputes. Season 2 will lean into the tone of the original series, thanks to new showrunner Gary Lennon. 

"Our show is now in Gary Lennon's tremendously capable hands as our showrunner," he told TV Line. "I'm ecstatic. The supporters must be overjoyed... Now you can hear Tommy Egan's natural voice again. Gary Lennon is the one who cultivated it... That excites me tremendously. Whatever Gary comes up with — even if it's knocking boots with Claudia — I can only promise that it will make sense, however twisted it is at this time." 

Tommy could be out for vengeance in Season 2 of 'Force.' 

Tommy believed he had found a team in Claudia Flynn (Lili Simmons) and Liliana (Audrey Esparza), his right-hand lady, as he attempted to establish himself in Chicago. Despite the fact that their designer drug Dahlia had become popular, there was no trust in the end. Claudia ended up murdering Liliana for no apparent cause. 

Fans now believe Tommy will spend the entire second season seeking vengeance. We don't think Tommy will ever forgive the Flynns, particularly Walter (Tommy Flanagan) and Claudia, for what they've done, therefore revenge will very certainly play a role in the season. 

Tommy's personal family difficulties, which include his brother JP (Anthony Flemming) and mother Kate (Patricia Kalember), would almost certainly cause him tremendous stress. 

We're also not sure he'll be able to move forward with Dahlia now that he can't trust Claudia and the scientist has been taken. 

Tommy has changed a lot since 'Power,' according to Joseph Sikora. 

While Tommy may not be the same person as in Power, this could be a positive thing. It's been fascinating to watch the character develop. The more restrained Tommy, on the other hand, isn't quite as appealing as the character we met in the Power pilot. 

"Tommy reverts to a lot of his old ways," the actor explained to TV Line. "However, we do notice a slightly evolved character. Following the same road that we do at our best as humans, so that we don't repeat our past mistakes... Despite this, we continue to fall prey to some of our old routines. Tommy can't seem to stay away from attractive women. 

[Laughs] Tommy's desire to be Number One is uncontrollable. With his great anger and wrath problem, he can't help but leap before he looks. He has, nevertheless, developed into a far more astute tactician. Tariq from [Power] did, too. I believe Ghost's death reawakened the spirit of the plan that produced a truly complicated mobster, Tommy."


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