With a show called “Power,” there’s bound to be some testosterone being thrown about in the Starz drama series, which kicks off Season 2 this weekend. And with actors like star Omari Hardwick as well as Joseph Sikora, Sinqua Walls, Rotimi Ashinoko and executive producer/actor Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson the men of this show are more than capable of holding their own.
Besides the strong men, though, don’t think that the women of “Power” don’t measure up in terms of strength…maybe even moreso! With Naturi Naughton, Lucy Walters and Lela Loren in front of the cameras and series creator/executive producer Courtney Kemp Agboh at the helm, this is definitely not a lobsided portrayal of men and women.
But, let's focus on the men this time around. Very hot to look at but also bring their A-game when it comes to acting and raising the stakes in every episode of "Power." Let's check them out…
Omari Hardwick stars as Jamie ‘Ghost’ St Patrick, who juggles his wife (Naughton) and mistress (Loren) while trying to keep his head above water in some unscrupulous business.
…and one more for y’all….
Joseph Sikora plays Tommy Egan and part of the new season is when he’ll find out about the shooting at the club at the end of season 1 and whether Holly (Walters) survived.
Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson spent time in the big house but is out and stirring things up this season as Kanan.
Sinqua Walls may have gotten a little too close to Tasha in season 1 but he’s dealing with his Dad (50 Cent) in the new season.
Enrique Murciano is Lobos, who is gay and has no issues showing it, especially when dealing with Ghost.
Rotimi Akinosho plays Dre, who may find it advantageous that Kanan is out of prison.
Openly gay actor Victor Garber plays Simon Stern who is determined to be in business with Ghost at any cost.
Soap fans will remember David Fumero for his long-running role on daytime’s “One Life To Live” but now he’s working on the right side of the law trying to bring down the bad guys.
JR Martinez made a splash guest-starring on “Arrow” last season but he’s also featured on “Power” as Julio.
And, last but not least, check out the men – and women – in action in this trailer for the second season of “Power”:
“Power” airs Saturdays at 9pm on Starz.
The opinions expressed are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Comcast.