It looks like fans of Yellowstone will have more Dutton family adventures headed their way. Paramount+ has officially announced the Yellowstone prequel 1883 has been renewed for Season 2. Paramount also announced another spin-off, 1932, following the Dutton’s is in development.


Since debuting on the Paramount+ streaming platform back in December 2021, 1883 has been a hit. Its debut episode doubled the previous record for the most-watched original series on Paramount+. The premiere episode also aired with Yellowstone on the Paramount Network cable channel, which added another 4.9 million viewers. With viewership numbers like those, it is no surprise Paramount+ is moving forward with Season 2. 1883 follows the Dutton family as they journey west across the Great Plains. The series stars Sam Elliott, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Isabel May, and LaMonica Garrett. The renewal announcement did not reveal any details on returning or new cast members for Season 2.

Along with the 1883 news, Paramount+ also revealed the new spin-off prequel series 1932. 1932 will be set during the era of westward expansion, Prohibition, and the Great Depression. There is no information on the cast or expected release date for that new series.

Photo: Paramount+


Further expanding on the relationship between Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan and Paramount+, two more series are in development. Land Man, based on the Boomtown podcast, will star Billy Bob Thornton as a crisis manager for an oil company. Thornton recently portrayed Marshal Jim Courtright in 1883. Sheridan also is developing a CIA drama, Lioness, which will star Zoe Saldaña. Saldana will also serve as an Executive Producer along with Nicole Kidman on the series. Saldaña will play Joe, a strong-willed, hard-nosed, station chief of the CIA’s Lioness Program, tasked with training, managing, and leading her female undercover operatives working to assassinate the world’s most dangerous terrorists.

It’s safe to say Paramount+ and ViacomCBS are thrilled with their relationship with Sheridan.

Taylor Sheridan
Photo: Taylor Sheridan / Los Angeles Times

Source: Variety


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