Taylor Sheridan‘s 101 Studios has announced another Modern Western in the pipeline, American Tragedy: The Waco Trials, alongside a synopsis. On Wednesday, 101 Studios presented their upcoming slate at Paramount Upfront, the studio’s showcase for their produced series and miniseries. Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan and his “universe” of shows were at the forefront. Several projects received announcements, updates, synopses, and more in a star-studded evening.
Talk about getting some heavy hitters for your TV series! Today Paramount+ has announced that Academy Award-nominee Harrison Ford and Academy Award-winner Helen Mirren are set to star in their upcoming "Yellowstone" spinoff series "1932." That's a working title, by the way, but since the last spin-off/prequel was called "1883," it makes sense that we're going with years here.
Paramount+ announced today that Academy Award winner Helen Mirren and Academy Award nominee Harrison Ford will star in the highly anticipated next installment of the “Yellowstone” origin story, previously announced as 1932 (working title). From Academy Award nominee Taylor Sheridan, the new series follows the record breaking performance of 1883, the most-watched title ever on Paramount+ globally. Produced by MTV Entertainment Studios, 101 Studios and Bosque Ranch Productions, the series will debut on the service in December.
‘Tulsa King’: Martin Starr Joins Sylvester Stallone in Paramount+ Drama From ‘Yellowstone’s Taylor Sheridan
Though not yet 40 years old, Martin Starr already has more than 100 acting credits to his name. From Freaks and Geeks to Silicon Valley, Starr has appeared in a wide variety of TV series over the years, most of which fall under the comedy umbrella. Now, Martin Starr will branch into the drama genre, with a role in the upcoming series Tulsa King, premiering on Paramount Plus later this year.
Sylvester Stallone Is A Total Boss In First Look At Yellowstone Creator Taylor Sheridan’s New Series Tulsa King
Despite having been such a big part of Hollywood for nearly 50 years, Sylvester Stallone has somehow focused the majority of his career on features, with only a handful of TV appearances in that span. That all changes with the upcoming crime drama Tulsa King, which connects Stallone to one of TV’s biggest and still-rising creative stars in Yellowstone co-creator Taylor Sheridan. The series is currently filming in Oklahoma, and we thankfully didn’t have to wait very long to get our first peek at what’s on the way for Paramount+ subscribers.
Yellowstone Season 5 Release Date, Spoilers & Update: Luke Grimes Says Creator Taylor Sheridan Told Him A Secret About Kayce Dutton's 'Two Paths'
Taylor Sheridan's masterpiece had quite a rough season finale, but now actor Luke Grimes says his character and Kayce Dutton's will need to decide on something incredibly important. In Yellowstone Season 5, Sheridan apparently told Grimes "just enough" about Kayce's "two paths." Kayce Dutton will see changes in Yellowstone Season...
Taylor Sheridan (“Wind River,” “Sicario“) has been putting together a television empire at Paramount that would make Dick Wolf (“Law & Order“) jealous after multiple “Yellowstone” shows and the Jeremy Renner thriller series “Mayor of Kingstown,” and even more is on the horizon. One of those new projects is gangster series “Tulsa King” which sees Sly Stallone (“Cop Land“) in a more dramatic role for the beloved action star.
A First Look At Sylvester Stallone In ‘Yellowstone’ Creator Taylor Sheridan’s Tulsa-Based Mafia Series Has Arrived
Tulsa, Oklahoma to be blunt, has had it rough as far as Hollywood is concerned. Long after being the setting for S.E. Hinton’s The Outsiders, the city was reduced to a place where TV characters were banished. That happened on Justified (squirrelly Gary left Kentucky and was tracked down by Wynn Duffy and Quarles while giving a motivational speech at a Tulsa hotel) and on Friends (Chandler got banished in T-Town by his workplace, where Salma Blair tried to seduce him, so strange). Years passed, and finally, Tulsa became the setting for HBO’s Watchmen and an episode of Lovecraft Country. It’s not usually a place where good things are depicted onscreen, but things are looking up for Bill Hader’s hometown.
Time to grab the popcorn and pull on your cowboy boots! Taylor Sheridan's TV show Yellowstone has got us all hooked (or, one might say, lassoed), whether we're in it for the hunky cowboys like Luke Grimes, the Dutton family, or the gorgeous ranch landscape. The Paramount Network's sleeper hit rocketed into blockbuster superstardom over the last few years and the show's co-creator with it. Though Sheridan is by no means a newbie in the entertainment world, Yellowstone gave him the opportunity to show off his artistic chops as a creator, producer, writer, director, and actor. It's no wonder then that he's teaming up with the network for a flurry of new projects–eight of them, to be exact!
Whether he meant to or not, pouring an unparalleled amount of himself into Yellowstone led to Taylor Sheridan redefining the Western genre. If you know Yellowstone, then you know Taylor Sheridan. Officially credited as a co-creator, Sheridan is, in truth, nothing short of the full-blown mastermind behind the series. He’s written (or co-written) each and every episode of the series. He’s directed as much as his schedule allows. He occasionally guest stars as horsemaster Travis Wheatley (a fictionalized version of himself). And this is all on top of executive producing his flagship show whilst crafting numerable spinoffs; the first of which, 1883, becoming a critical and ratings darling.
Henry Winkler is a top-tier fan of some of the latest streamer hits. During his pandemic television viewing, the Barry actor said he fell in love with the Paramount series Yellowstone and made sure to reach out to the show's creator, Taylor Sheridan, with praise. "Yellowstone is great. 1883 is...
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"Yellowstone is great. 1883 is great," he told E! News. "I wrote a fan letter to Taylor Sheridan...I said it's amazing to spend time with your storytelling because we are loving every episode of these things." Winkler also made it clear he has no interest in guest-starring on Yellowstone.
You have ambition and then you have “Yellowstone” creator Taylor Sheridan. Currently, fans anxiously await the return of “Yellowstone” with season five. At the same time, Taylor Sheridan is working on nine different shows at once. While aiming to push them near perfection, he’s shared the realities of the “excessive” schedule he’s enduring.
Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan currently is juggling nine shows. He says the work — and creativity needed for it — probably isn’t sustainable. But he should be able to maintain one dimension of this extraordinarily busy time in his life. He’ll probably always be able to dial up an A-lister and entice him/her to be in one of his creations.
Watch: Kevin Costner Talks Bigger Picture of "Yellowstone" at 2022 SAG Awards. Yellowstone is a TV juggernaut, but is there room for more to make a home on the range?. They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but Taylor Sheridan isn't so sure. The creator of Yellowstone, the Paramount Network western starring Kevin Costner, isn't necessarily humbled by the influx of westerns on television after the success of the show.
‘Yellowstone’ Boss Taylor Sheridan Reveals Sylvester Stallone’s Reaction to Reading ‘Tulsa King’ Script
It took only a few days for Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan to get a thumbs up from Sylvester Stallone to star in the new series Tulsa King. And Paramount+ quickly agreed to the show, too. That’s the kind of creative gravitas Sheridan owns in the Hollywood community. He conjures up...
Taylor Sheridan Knows His Nine-Show TV Slate Is ‘Excessive’: ‘This Volume of Work Is Not Sustainable’
Click here to read the full article. Taylor Sheridan is the first to admit that the number of series he is fielding for various Paramount platforms is “excessive.” “This volume of work is not sustainable for a long period of time,” the “Yellowstone” co-creator says. “But it’s an opportunity to tell stories the way I want to tell them with a creative freedom that just doesn’t exist in this space. And so I kind of have to take advantage of it…I don’t necessarily want to be doing this when I’m 70. I don’t know that I want to be doing it...