Power Book IV: Force’s Kris D. Lofton Reveals Storyline Between Diamond & Jenard Sampson In Season Two [Watch]

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Power Book IV: Force is an upcoming season of the popular Starz series, Power. The show is a spin-off of the original series, which aired from 2014 to 2020 and followed the life of James “Ghost” St. Patrick, a New York City nightclub owner and drug kingpin. Power Book IV: Force will focus on the character of Tommy Egan, played by Joseph Sikora, as he tries to make a new life after leaving New York City.

The first season of Power Book IV: Force ended with Tommy Egan driving away from New York City, leaving his old life behind. Season two will pick up where the first season left off, as Tommy tries to establish himself in California. He will face new challenges and enemies as he navigates the criminal underworld in a new city.

One of the biggest questions going into season two is whether or not Tommy will be able to stay out of trouble. He has always been a volatile character, and his past actions have caught up with him time and time again. However, it seems that Tommy is determined to leave his old life behind and start fresh.

Another interesting aspect of season two will be the introduction of new characters. Power Book IV: Force has already added several new cast members, including Isaac Keys, who will play a drug dealer named Diamond, and Lili Simmons, who will play a love interest for Tommy. It will be exciting to see how these new characters fit into the story and what role they will play in Tommy’s journey.

Fans of the original Power series will also be excited to see some familiar faces in Power Book IV: Force. Courtney Kemp, the creator of the series, has hinted that some characters from the original series will make appearances in the spin-off. It is unclear which characters will return, but it is sure to be a treat for fans.

Overall, season two of Power Book IV: Force promises to be an exciting and action-packed continuation of the story of Tommy Egan. With new challenges, new characters, and the potential for some surprise appearances from familiar faces, fans of the series are sure to be hooked.

Speaking of Power Book IV: Force, Kris D. Lofton who plays Jenard Sampson on the show was recently interviewed by Nick Hamilton of Nitecast Media. During the interview they talked about the upcoming season of the series.

“I’m ready to get back to work now. Hopefully, my character doesn’t die, so I can’t get back to work, but it’s been a great man just learning from all of them, especially Joseph Sakura, our leader,” said Lofton.

“He teaches you how to do it correctly; the man really does. Tommy does it the right way; he really does, and he knows he knows what he’s talking about. He knows the craft, and I’m a vessel bro. I’m just here to learn and be a sponge.”

He was later asked about what he and Sikora learned from each other.

“I learned to take my time and stay true to your decisions on the first day of filming. You gotta stick with it, so be very intentional, and you can’t because you can always stay within it. So whatever he told me on the first day of filming, he was like all right, Chris whatever decisions you make, you can never stray away like you can’t just all of a sudden not be that anymore,” Lofton said.

“So whatever you do in this first episode, you better hope that’s what you want for the trajectory of this show because now the character’s born, and you can never deviate, and that was something specific he told me.”

He then shared that the storyline between Jenard and Diamond Sampson who is played by Isaac Keys is going to get even crazier.

“It’s a crazy storyline, man, and it’s gonna get crazier in season two, to say the least, but I think it’s gonna be a resurrection if you will, like in a maybe a possible amends if not. I don’t know, but it’s definitely gonna be still that sibling rivalry that y’all love. “

Last month in an interview with Hollywood Unlocked, Sikora shared that the season two of Power Book IV: Force season’s finale is a must see.

“Yeah, Power is back, Book Four, It is like the original but it set in Chicago. Season two we got it right, I can’t wait for everybody to see this again. Deon massacred that finale! People are going to love it.”

Finally, the new Mexican Cartel was teased for the next season.

What do you think?

Written by Landon Buford

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