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‘1883’: More episodes ordered | TVLine

Paramount + will keep the train rolling for a while longer: The “Next Chapter” of Yellowstoneside story of the prequel 1883 will launch later this year, the streaming service announced Tuesday.

At the time of announcement, it was not clear whether streamers were referring to more Season 1 episodes or an extension of Season 2. The original Season 1 order was nine episodes.

In addition, Paramount + has ordered other series Yellowstone prequel, titled 1932. According to the official release, the spin-off of the popular TV series will follow a new generation of Duttons during the western expansion, Prohibition, and the Great Depression. These announcements were made as part of ViacomCBS’s Investor Day rollout.

“Taylor Sheridan has rooted down the Dutton Family tree standing tall and strong, with many branches continuing to attract record-breaking audiences.” 1883 Executive producer David C. Glasser said through the statement. “It’s been so inspiring to work with Taylor, ViacomCBS and the entire team across the universe.”

The previous streamer ordered a Yellowstone spinoff named 6666will focus on the centuries-old Texas ranch known for its exemplary horses and livestock. Yellowstone sets up much of its Season 4 action at 6666, where Jimmy works and where his fiancée, Emily, is a veterinary technician. 6666 gets the green light in February 2021.

1883 stars Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, and Isabel May as members of the Dutton family who have traveled West on the Oregon Trail. The cast also includes Sam Elliott, LaMonica Garrett and Gratiela Brancusi.

https://tvline.com/2022/02/15/1883-more-episodes-season-1/ ‘1883’: More episodes ordered | TVLine

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