Carmela Zumbado, Miriam A. Hyman, Manuel Eduardo Ramierz and Adrienne Walker have joined the cast of the Power spin-off.
The cast of Power Book IV: Forcethe spin-off of Power with Joseph Sikora protagonist, is enriched with four new faces. Variety informs us that the actors have signed up to fill regular roles in the second season of the series Carmela Zumbado (Chicago PD), Miriam A. Hyman (The Chi), Manuel Eduardo Ramirez (Snowfall) And Adrienne Walker (Law & Order: Organized Crime).
The plot of Power Book IV: Force
Power Book IV: Forcewhich debuted in Italy on STARZPLAY last February, it centers on Tommy Egan (Sikora), Ghost’s right-hand man who, after the latter’s death, cuts ties with New York and leaves it behind forever. He decides to take a detour to Chicago to close an old wound that has haunted him for decades. What was supposed to be a short stop turns into a journey into the maze of family secrets and lies that Tommy thought were long gone. One step leads to another and Tommy quickly finds himself in the Chicago drug ring, inserting himself between the two most powerful gangs in the city. The first season proceeds at breakneck speed, Tommy uses his status as an outsider to his advantage, breaking all local rules and rewriting them with the aim of becoming the biggest drug dealer in Chicago.
In the first season they also starred Isaac Keys, Lili Simmons, Gabrielle Ryan, Shane Harper, Kris D. Lofton, Anthony Fleming III, Lucien Cambric And Tommy Flanagan that will come back. In addition, in the new episodes Gary Lennon took over from Robert Munic as showrunner. Courtney A. Kemp, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and Mark Canton remain executive producers.
The new characters
Zumbado (second from left in the photo above) will play Mireya Garcia. Mireya is smart, direct with a great sense of humor. She is strong-willed, wary, and isn’t afraid to call someone back if they don’t behave well. She is also the younger sister of the most dangerous Mexican drug dealer in the city.
Hyman (far right in the photo) will play United States Attorney Stacy Marks. Marks hails from Chicago’s South Side and first worked as a public defender before making his way into the US Attorney’s Office. She is an independent, young, hungry self-starter ready to make a name for herself.
Ramirez (third from left in the photo) will play Miguel Garcia. Miguel is a bad, violent and bossy alpha male. He has never been in a long-term relationship because he lives to make money but he will go out of his way to protect the people he loves.
Walker (first left in the photo) will play Shanti “Showstopper” Page. Shanti is an esteemed former professional boxer who now runs her gym. She is fearless and ambitious, a dangerous combination.