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Tommy Egan Takes Over Chicago in Starz’ Power Book IV: Force Trailer

Tommy Egan is back.

After saying goodbye to New York following the murder of his best friend Ghost (Omari Hardwick) and girlfriend LaKeisha (La La Anthony) in the series finale of Power, Egan, played by Joseph Sikora, has moved to Chicago in the spinoff Power Book IV: Force.

In the trailer as seen above for the upcoming season, Tommy arrives in the Windy City ready to make a name for himself in the drug world.

“New York is over… this my chance,” Tommy says in the teaser which also shows him driving his signature 1969 Ford Mustang (cue Many Men).

As Tommy tries to establish himself in new territory, he seems to get on the radar of a high-profile crime family and manages to step on their toes. “What did you find out about the mystery man,” a man says of Tommy in the suspenseful clip.

Tommy later meets the man, named Walter Flynn, who tells him: “You’ve made quite the impression on my family.”

But while Tommy appears to make friends, he’s also making enemies.

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Elsewhere, he’s confronted by a group of drug dealers who accuses Tommy of “clocking my city.”

“It gonna be a problem if I do?” Tommy quips back.

Still, Sikora promises that Tommy’s ruthlessness remains. “New city, new rules, same Tommy,” the actor teases.

Sikora also hints at whether or not fans can expect to see any familiar faces. “We may see familiar faces, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that the character is truly there or alive,” he says.

Fans last saw Tommy in the season 1 finale of Power Book II: Ghost, which follows Tariq St. Patrick, the son of Ghost who tries to piece his life back together after his father’s death lands his mother Tasha (Naturi Naughton) in jail for murder.

Power Book IV: Force premieres Feb. 6 on Starz.

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