In Season 2 of Power Book IV: Force, Tommy Egan is played once more by Joseph Sikora.
He is motivated this time by a deep desire to exact revenge for Liliana’s untimely death. He is determined to assert his position in the Chicago drug trade like never before because the Flynn organization’s power is diminishing.
Tommy and Diamond’s efforts to hold the upper hand against the fearsome Jenard are complicated by the shattered status of CBI.
Tommy takes advantage of a simmering dispute between the Serbs and Miguel Garcia, the most powerful drug lord in the city, as they engage in street-level combat.
In a race against time to outrun those seeking payback, whether they be a determined federal task force, a tightening cartel hold, or a merciless supplier, Tommy starts a violent chain reaction to feed his goals.
Tommy’s commitment is tested by the possibility of a second chance with his blood relations, which forces him to consider the price he’s ready to pay for his ruthless ascent to the king’s throne. Get ready for a nail-biting showdown as Season 2 of Power Book IV: Force delves deeper into Tommy’s perilous journey—further expanding the Power universe—with its vivid representation of the underworld.
It’s impossible to predict what will occur in the upcoming season because so many intriguing new characters have been added to the mix. View the Power Book IV: Force Season 2 cast and character guide.
Tommy Egan is portrayed by Joseph Sikora, who exudes the awkwardness of a fish out of water as he journeys into the strange city of Chicago, leaving the mayhem of New York in his wake.
Tommy has lost the will to obey orders from others and now acts independently, driven to build his empire and become Chicago’s most powerful drug tycoon. Joseph had prominent, recurring roles in Ozark’s first and second seasons, as well as a cameo in the movie The Intruder.
Portraying Tommy Flanagan, played by Walter Flynn, represents the Chicago-based Irish mafia family’s boss. Even though he lives in lavish splendour at his lakeside home, Walter still longs for the past.
His unwavering sense of honour infuses every aspect of his being, and he firmly believes that tradition and community are the foundation of existence. Along with Antonio Banderas, Flanagan was chosen for the action movie Banshee.
Isaac Keys portrays Diamond Sampson.
A towering character with a sincere air and uncompromising physical power that was developed over the course of his 15-year sentence.
Diamond was the leader of a young team that had the potential to rule Chicago’s underground before he was imprisoned. He established a skilled drug-running operation throughout his brief leadership tenure, earning the respect of all criminal organisations.
Former professional football player turned actor Keys is most known for playing Ed in the television series Get Shorty on a regular basis.
standout who wasn’t constrained by traditional academic conventions, is played by Kris D. Lofton. After the arrest of his older brother Diamond, Jenard, who possessed natural intelligence, was admitted to Brown University.
He decided to forego his academic goals in favour of taking over one of Chicago’s most powerful groups. Lofton, a Chicago native best known for his three-season recurring role as Kisan Teague in HBO’s Ballers, enthusiastically embraces this engaging role.
Manuel Eduardo Ramirez as Miguel.
Miguel Garcia as a harsh and controlling demeanour, brings the part to life. Miguel has an unmistakable alpha male presence and a tenacious demeanour.
The main distribution link in Chicago and a well-known person in the Latino community, Miguel is motivated by a desire for fortune, a drive to satisfy his Abuela, and a need to exert control over his sister.
The talented Manuel Eduardo Ramirez, known for his roles on shows like Matador and Cobra Kai, contributes his skills to this project.
Mac, a young person raised by the rough streets of Chicago’s Southside, is played by Lucien Cambric. Mac courageously serves as the crew’s spokesman, embodying independence and unshakable loyalty. Under his rugged appearance, he still harbours a childlike desire for direction and protection.
Mac finds himself at a turning point that has the potential to change the course of his entire life as fate connects him with Tommy through an encounter that goes beyond chance. The extensive list of Cambric’s credits includes films like Captive State and Holiday Heist.