Hey Yellowstone fans, we’ve got some good news for you! Paramount Media Network recently announced that it will be dropping at least one new season of a Taylor Sheridan show for at least two of his originals every year for the foreseeable future, and one of those shows will belong to the Yellowstone universe.
While speaking to Vulture, Paramount’s CEO Chris McCarthy gave details about all of Sheridan’s content and the expansion and continuing of the Yellowstone world.
“So each year, we’re going to be launching at least one Yellowstone franchise as well as one complementary series,” he said. “We did a lot of research and deep dives into what is the essence of what makes Yellowstone work. And really, at its core, it’s family dynamics, it’s power dynamics. It’s a little bit of corruption, but under the core, it’s family above all else. Mayor of Kingstown is a great example of that and so is Tulsa King. “
He continued, “Our goal is always to have at least two [series or season premieres] every year, but we’re already ramping out well above that. So, 2021 was Mayor of Kingstown and 1883 and last year was 1923 and Tulsa. This year alone, it’s going to be a second season of 1923, it’s going to be Lioness and Bass Reeves — and that’s just on the streaming space. In linear space, we have Yellowstone and we’ll have a brand new Yellowstone universe series.”
Currently, Sheridan has four shows running, Yellowstone, Mayor of Kingstown, 1923, and Tulsa King. He also concluded the first of the Yellowstone prequels, 1883, last year.
There are more series in the works! 1944 and 6666 are on the horizon, along with 1883: Bass Reeves, Lioness, Land Man, and Fast.