The Premiere Is Here for Chicago Series ‘Power Book IV: Force’ [First Look Photos]

There are five words that fans of Power Book IV: Force have been waiting all year to hear: Tommy F**king Egan Is Back. The third spinoff in the Power franchise starring Chicago’s Joseph Sikora as Tommy Egan will finally premiere its second season Friday, September 1 on the Starz app, Starz streaming and on-demand platforms, and internationally on the Lionsgate+ premium streaming platform.

Here is everything you need to know heading into the Friday season premiere…

Season Two filmed in Chicago from May through October of last year. You can click here for SCREEN’s coverage of the filming of Season Two.

Here’s the synopsis of the premiere episode, entitled “Tommy’s Back”: Tommy and Diamond hustle to keep CBI’s game ahead of Jenard’s new faction in the streets, while Tommy makes solo moves to avenge Liliana’s death. All the while, Tommy hasn’t forgotten his ultimate goal to become a kingpin.

Here are some first look photos from the set of Power Book IV: Force…

Take a look at the teaser trailer in which Tommy doubles down on efforts to conquer Chicago’s drug world…

What to Expect from the Friday Season Two Premiere

After cutting ties in New York, Tommy Egan’s newfound family and ruthless drug game enticed him to stay in Chicago. The explosive second season begins with Tommy on a mission to avenge the death of Lilliana, his former nemesis turned business partner. With Diamond (Isaac Keys) and Jenard (Chicago’s Kris D. Lofton) at odds, the Flynn organization weakened, and a new connect on the scene, Tommy is more determined than ever to take over the Chicago drug world.

Chicagoan Joseph Sikora stars as Tommy Egan

Cast also includes Lili Simmons as “Claudia Flynn,” Shane Harper as “Vic Flynn,” Carmela Zumbado as “Mireya Garcia,” Manuel Eduardo Ramirez as “Miguel Garcia,” Miriam A. Hyman as “US Attorney Stacy Marks,” Adrienne Walker as “Shanti ‘Showstopper’ Page,” Anthony Fleming III as “JP,” Lucien Cambric as “D-Mac,” and Tommy Flanagan as “Walter Flynn.”

And if you’re new to the show, you can give Season One a spin by clicking right here.

50 Cent, Kemp Lead Executive Producers

Gary Lennon (Power, Euphoria) served as showrunner and executive producer for season two. The Power Universe series are executive produced by Power creator and showrunner Courtney A. Kemp through her production company End of Episode, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson through G-Unit Film and Television, and Mark Canton through Atmosphere Entertainment MM. Terri Kopp and Chris Selak also serve as executive producers. Lionsgate Television produces the series for Starz. 

Here are a few SCREEN Exclusives to tide you over as we all gear up for the season premiere…

Wanna take a deep dive into those epic Chicago locations from the show? SCREEN’s Exclusive Interview with Series Location Manager Ben Miner

Here’s Five Questions with Force Editor Jacques Gravett

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

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