Power Book IV: Force is be the most recent spin-off created from STARZ hit series Power.
Joseph Sikora isn't just revisiting the past of his character in the new series, though. He's talking once again to our Hollywood Insider Arthur Kade about everything that's led up to this.
"[The show] is incredibly important but if I'm being 100% honest, I'm a little surprised that within our industry the show isn't more recognized," Sikora said.
Now in control of his own narrative, Sikora aims to take new measures and reach for bigger heights as he will reprise his fan-favorite role of Tommy Egan.
In Power Book IV: Force, Egan gets caught up in the drug game as he tries to tie up loose ends.
"It's like coming to into the city... new enemies, new opportunity and new love. All kinds of different things that Chicago embraces," Isaac Keys said.
"So if Egan thinks he's going to walk into Chicago and have an easy time, we'll see what happens," Tommy Flanagan said.
"We're just so happy to be on the Tommy Egan show in this incredible universe made by Courtney Kemp and 50 Cent," Lili Simmons said.
"I just hope that the fas love not just my character but all the characters that are entering this new iteration of the Power universe," Gabrielle Ryan said.
Power Book IV: Force airs Sunday nights on STARZ.