“Power Book IV: Force” has been greenlit for a third season on Starz.
In the second season of this Power franchise spinoff the narrative revolved around Tommy Egan (portrayed by Joseph Sikora) seeking retribution for Liliana’s death. With the Flynn organization’s decline, his determination to seize control of Chicago’s drug realm intensifies. However, amidst the internal division within CBI, Tommy and Diamond face the challenge of maintaining their advantage over Jenard. A street-level conflict emerges between their factions while Tommy exploits the rivalry between the Serbs and Miguel Garcia a dominant drug lord in Chicago.
The Next Chapter: ‘Power Book IV: Force’ Confirmed for Season 3
Starz has officially announced the renewal of “Power Book IV: Force” for a third season in a press release.
The series, a sequel and spinoff to “Power,” features Omari Hardwick and Joseph Sikora. Sikora reprises his role as Tommy Egan, striving to become the sole drug distributor in Chicago.
The decision to renew the show for another season follows the Season 2 finale, which aired on Nov. 10.
Kathryn Busby, the programming president at Starz expressed excitement about the overwhelming fan response to the action-packed season, stating that viewers have eagerly demanded more of Tommy’s story.
Season 2 of “Power Book IV: Force” starred a cast including Isaac Keys, Lili Simmons, Shane Harper, Kris D. Lofton, Carmela Zumbado, Manuel Eduardo Ramirez, Anthony Fleming III, Miriam A. Hyman, Adrienne Walker and Lucien Cambric.
Gary Lennon will continue as the showrunner and executive producer for Season 3, while series creator Courtney A. Kemp, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, and Mark Canton will also serve as executive producers.