‘Power Book IV: Force’ New Cast Additions Include ‘Chicago P.D.’ ‘The Chi’ Stars

Power Book IV: Force at Starz has recruited some familiar faces Chicago television diehards will appreciate. Chicago P.D. actor Carmela Zumbado and Miriam A. Hyman of The Chi are among the latest additions to the Season 2 cast.

Manuel Eduardo Ramirez (Snowfall, Queen of the South), and Adrienne Walker (Law & Order: Organized Crime) will also join the new season of the show as series regulars, according toVariety.

Power Book IV: Force follows fan-favorite Power character Tommy Egan, played by Chicago native Joseph Sikora, after he leaves New York following the original series finale. But what was supposed to be a quick stop in Chicago quickly spirals into Tommy being pulled into the city’s drug game. The series also stars Isaac Keys, Lili Simmons, Gabrielle Ryan, Shane Harper, Kris D. Lofton, Anthony Fleming III, Lucien Cambric, and Tommy Flanagan.

Meet the New Characters for Season Two of Power

Adrienne Walker, Carmela Zumbado, Manuel Eduardo Ramirez, Miriam A. Hyman join Power

Carmela Zumbado starred in seven episodes of the latest season of ratings king Chicago P.D., playing “Anna Avalos.” The first-generation American actress of Cuban and Colombian descent will join Power Book IV: Force in the role of Mireya Garcia, according to Variety. Mireya is smart, direct with a great sense of humor. She’s strong-willed, guarded, and not afraid to call you on your bad behavior. She’s also the younger sister of the most dangerous Mexican drug dealer in the city.

Stacey Hyman is a regular on Showtime series The Chi, playing high school counselor “Dre.” The Philadelphia native will assume the role of US Attorney Stacy Marks in Force. Marks is from Chicago’s South Side and first worked as a public defender before earning her way into the U.S. Attorney’s Office. She’s an independent self-starter who’s young, hungry, and ready to make a name for herself.

Ramirez will play Miguel Garcia, Variety has confirmed. Miguel is a mean, violent, and domineering alpha male. He’s never been in a long-term relationship because he lives to make money but will do anything to protect the ones he loves.

Walker will play Shanti “Showstopper” Page. Shanti is a prized ex-professional boxer that now runs her own gym. She is fearless and ambitious, a dangerous combination. Walker is represented by Gray Talent Group.

As Force fans await the sophomore season of Force, here are some entertaining interviews to tide you over:

Click here to enjoy SCREEN’s Five Questions with Force Line Producer Rich Lederer

Click here for SCREEN’s Five Questions with Force star and Chicago actor Phil Donlon, who plays ‘Simon McDougal’ on the show

And of course you can once again binge that ratings-record-shattering first season of Force by clicking right here. Here’s that scintillating Season One trailer…

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