Yellowstone: Every Upcoming Taylor Sheridan TV Project

According to the Wall Street Journal, the first 7 episodes are supposed to air as soon as this summer, but that seems unlikely as production on those episodes has yet to reach a notable state of principal photography.

Mayor of Kingstown Season 2

Perhaps further proof that Sheridan currently has the Midas touch, her first foray outside of Montana family dramas also did very well for Paramount+, pulling in 2.6 million viewers on her debut. Although it may not have been as massive as Yellowstone, when the first season had ended its run, Mayor of Kingstown had stable viewership, and shortly after its finale, Paramount confirmed a second season.

Although nothing has been reported on the production status of the second season, one thing that bodes well for the show is Mayor was a collaborative effort by Sheridan. The show’s co-star and famous son from Kingston, Ontario, Hugh Dillon, was responsible for many of the show’s main story beats, largely based on growing up in a town whose the identity is defined by the presence of a large-scale penitentiary. This partnership could mean that while Sheridan is undoubtedly an integral part of the series, his production is not dependent on him and can simultaneously move forward if he is working on one of his other projects.


Before 1883The inaugural season of was over, Paramount+ announced a new chapter in the history of the Dutton family with 1932. This new chapter (or middle chapter, in linear timeline terms) will follow the story of a different generation of the Dutton family. However, the link between 1883 and 1932 remains a mystery. Originally when Paramount ordered more 1883, fans assumed that meant a renewal, and therefore a whole new season. This was not the case. Sheridan himself said the era story was over, but Paramount said there was still more 1883 to come. Whether that means a made-for-TV movie or a prologue to the new segment of the Dutton anthology remains to be seen. (Geek’s Lair wrote a full report on what the future might hold for 1883).

What we do know is that 1932 could be considered the true origin story of the mountainous Montana empire the Duttons control in Yellowstone. It also makes perfect sense that we’ll see the second generation of the family, Spencer and John Dutton I, who were both introduced as children in 1883 like the two linchpins of this future Dutton empire.


Sheridan took a lot of screen time away from the main cast of Yellowstone during season 4 to present the other projects of the universe. There were a series of flashbacks to provide insight into the Duttons of the late 1800s, and one of the main modern subplots in Season 4 was that of cowherd Jimmy (Jefferson White) sent to a ranch in Texas to become a real salt of the earth cowboy. .

Sheridan is really invested in this particular part of the Yellowstone universe (literally, in fact) as he recently became co-owner of the legendary real-life Texas ranch. Paramount was thrilled to share a preview of the upcoming project, stating that “no ranch in America is more steeped in Western history than 6666. Still operating as it did two centuries ago and encompassing an entire county, 6666 is where the rule of law and the laws of nature merge in a place where the most dangerous thing to do is this… 6666 stands for the merciless effort to raise the best horses and cattle in the world, and ultimately where world-class cowboys are born and made. Unfortunately, this statement sounds more like a tourist brochure than it serves to reveal details about the show.

While Jimmy has in fact become a proper cowboy, and the resurgent hand of the ranch has returned to the Yellowstone Ranch with his new fiancée, Emily (Kathryn Kelly), it’s worth noting that Kelly was recently announced as a regular member. of the cast for season 5 of the To display. This bolsters the argument that audiences won’t get a full season, or even a standalone one. 6666 content until the stories of Jimmy and Emily in Yellowstone have reached an appropriate starting point and promote their own show. At the earliest, this could be the Season 5 mid-season marker of Yellowstonebut even that seems unlikely.

king of tulsa

Escape the cowboy-strewn wilderness, but not the harsh, harsh story of Sheridan, king of tulsa features none other than Sylvester Stallone as an East Coast gangster who is ordered to move to Tulsa, Oklahoma to pay penance for past discretions and restore the mob’s presence in the city. Realizing that his mafia family may not have their best interests in mind, Stallone’s character Dwight Manfredi slowly builds a team to help him establish a new empire. The series marks the first television role for Stallone, who continues Sheridan’s trend of attracting major movie stars for his television projects.

David C. Glasser, CEO of 101 Studios (which produces many other Sheridan projects), told Deadline, “Taylor is a prolific creator because of the multi-dimensional characters he creates and the complex worlds he builds. To be able to have the legendary and transcendent Sylvester in one of these characters is truly a privilege.

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