‘Power Book IV: Force’ to End After Three Seasons at Starz, but Joseph Sikora Says ‘Tommy’s Journey Is Far From Over’

The upcoming third season of “Power Book IV: Force” will be its last, according to star Joseph Sikora. But the actor is teasing that a new project could come to the “Power” universe soon — and Variety has confirmed that one is in development.

With “Power Book II: Ghost” having just entered its fourth and final season, the only current “Power” series continuing at Starz is “Book III: Raising Kanan,” which was renewed for a fifth season in March. (The original “Power” concluded in 2020.) However, a new prequel series titled “Origins” was also set up at the cabler in March following the announcement that “Force” showrunner Gary Lennon had extended his deal with Lionsgate Television to continue working on the franchise.

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In a video posted across Starz, ‘Power’ and Sikora’s Instagram pages, Sikora said, “When Gary Lennon and the other writers and I were mapping out our third season, we saw that we were telling a complete story, and that this was the perfect opportunity to stay true to our artistic vision and make this the final chapter in Tommy’s journey in Chicago.”

Speaking to the camera while walking through the show’s set, he continued: “But don’t worry. Tommy’s journey is far from over with. We’re just getting warmed up, and I can’t wait to show you what we have planned next. I want to give a big shout out to all the players: the cast, the crew from ‘Power Book IV: Force,’ and tell you to tune in. Because ghosts never die, and power never ends.”

In a statement, Lennon said, “It is bittersweet to write the fulfilling ending of this chapter in Tommy’s journey, a character myself and fans have grown to love over the past decade. Season 3 will question everything we thought we knew of Tommy’s world and I promise you it will not disappoint! Although this may be the end of the road for ‘Force,’ there is much more expansive, compelling storytelling for the characters within the Power Universe.”

“Power Book IV: Force” was renewed for Season 3 in December after the conclusion of Season 2 the month prior. Executive producers include Lennon; franchise creator Courtney A. Kemp for End of Episode; Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson through G-Unit Film and Television; Mark Canton through Atmosphere Entertainment MM; Terri Kopp; and Chris Selak. Lionsgate is the studio.

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