Interview With Power Book IV: Force” Season Two Finale Director, Deon Taylor

Deon Taylor, the director of the season two finale of “Power Book IV: Force,” will leave fans on the edge of their seats with the thrilling and intense episode titled,“Power, Powder, Respect.”

In this finale, Tommy Egan must make a crucial decision about how much he is willing to sacrifice to achieve his ultimate goal of taking over the Chicago drug game. As the director of this highly anticipated episode, Taylor brings his A-Game and a unique vision and expertise to the table, delivering a jawdropping and unforgettable viewing experience. I screened the episode three times and highly recommend you watch as well.

As fans eagerly await the release of the season two finale, there is no doubt that Taylor’s direction will be a major highlight of the episode. His ability to bring out the best in the actors and create a sense of tension and excitement is sure to leave viewers on the edge of their seats. With his impressive track record and undeniable talent, Taylor is a director to watch out for in the world of film and television.

Please enjoy our interview.

More About “Power Book IV: Force” Season Two:

After cutting ties in New York, Tommy Egan’s (Joseph Sikora) newfound family and ruthless drug game enticed him to stay in Chicago. The explosive second season begins with Tommy on a mission to avenge the death of Lilliana, his former nemesis turned business partner. With the Flynn organization weakened, he’s more determined than ever to take over the Chicago drug world, but with CBI split down the middle, Tommy and Diamond (Isaac Keys) first must maintain their edge over Jenard (Kris D. Lofton). As their factions feud in the streets, Tommy capitalizes on another rivalry between the Serbs and Miguel Garcia (Manuel Eduardo Ramirez), the most formidable drug lord in Chicago. After setting off a chain reaction of violence in pursuit of his ambition, Tommy must race to stay ahead of the men who are coming for what’s theirs, a federal task force that’s closing ranks, and a sadistic supplier with a direct line to the Cartel. All the while torn by the promise of a second chance with his blood family, Tommy must decide what he is willing to sacrifice to finally ascend the throne of a kingpin.

Season two of Force stars Joseph Sikora (“Power,” “Ozark”) as “Tommy Egan,” Isaac Keys (“Get Shorty,” “The Oath”) as “Diamond Sampson,” Lili Simmons (“Banshee,” “Ray Donovan”) as “Claudia Flynn,” Shane Harper (“Hightown,” “A Teacher”) as “Vic Flynn,” Kris D. Lofton (“Ballers,” “Snowfall”) as “Jenard Sampson,” Carmela Zumbado (“You,” “Chicago PD”) as “Mireya Garcia,” Manuel Eduardo Ramirez (“Snowfall,” “Queen of the South”) as “Miguel Garcia,” Miriam A. Hyman (“The Chi,” “The Laundromat”) as “US Attorney Stacy Marks,” Adrienne Walker (“Law & Order: Organized Crime,” “FBI”) as “Shanti ‘Showstopper’ Page,” Anthony Fleming III (“Prison Break,” “The Beast”) as “JP,” Lucien Cambric (“Chicago P.D.,” “The Chi”) as “D-Mac,” and Tommy Flanagan (“Sons of Anarchy,” Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2) as “Walter Flynn.”

“Power Book IV: Force” is the third series in the expanded “Power” Universe franchise. Gary Lennon (“Power,” “Euphoria”) serves as showrunner and executive producer for season two. The “Power” Universe series is executive produced by the creator and showrunner of the original “Power,” Courtney A. Kemp through her production company End of Episode, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson through G-Unit Film and Television, and Mark Canton through Atmosphere Entertainment MM. Terri Kopp and Chris Selak also serve as executive producers. Lionsgate Television produces the series for STARZ.

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