‘Yellowstone’ Fans Will Be Devastated Over This Update About ‘1923’ Season 2 Episodes!

Will there be a  season 2?

On February 3, Paramount+ announced that  got renewed for season 2. According to , the latest  spin-off became “the most-watched Paramount+ premiere of all time in the U.S. with 7.4 million viewers.”

While there’s no official indication that season 2 will be the final season, actor  Brandon Sklenar seemed to think otherwise. When speaking in a Q&A with the  cast hosted by  in May, he seemingly inferred that all the storylines will be tied up by the end of season 2.

“It’s [a] bookend,” he said during the virtual event. “[The series is] still limited, but I think of it as one piece — there’s just a split in the middle, but it’s all one piece. It will conclude.”

Who will be in the cast of  season 2?

Based on the events from season 1, here’s who is likely to return for  season 2:

Harrison Ford as Jacob Dutton Helen Mirren as Cara Dutton Darren Mann as Jack Dutton Michelle Randolph as Elizabeth “Liz” Strafford Brandon Sklenar as Spencer Dutton Julia Schlaepfer 
as Alexandra Brian Geraghty as Zane Davis Aminah Nieves as Teonna Rainwater Jerome Flynn as Banner Creighton Timothy Dalton as Donald Whitfield

Has  season 2 started filming?

Unfortunately, there’s no official date for when  season 2 will start filming. In a June report from , it was revealed that production is “delayed indefinitely” due to ongoing WGA writers’ strike that began on May 2.

NBC Montana noted that when speaking to  Bill Melvin on June 8, the manager of the Butte Civic Center, he mentioned that production was supposed to return to the city of Butte and begin on June 5.

What’s more, the show is paying the town $75 thousand per month to use the Civic Center through the end of the year. While the Paramount+ series has filed requests to extend their contract with the city, he remained optimistic that everything will be good to go after the strike ends.

“We are going to follow the contract as we have it. That’s all we can do,” he said in another interview.

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Will Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren return for  season 2?

Presently, it looks like both Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren will return for  season 2. When creator  Taylor Sheridan spoke to in December 2022 about the possibility of them coming back to portray Jacob and Cara Dutton, he explained how thrilled they were to continue making more episodes.

“They were excited,” he told the outlet. “They only signed on originally for one season. They were so eager to continue it … Harrison made a comment at one point, he goes, ‘Taylor I think I’m making the best thing I’ve made in 20 years.’ And my response to him was, ‘What the f— did you make 20 years ago as good as this? What was that? I missed that one.

What was it?'”

Harrison later commented on a season 2 return to  in February, agreeing with Taylor’s sentiments.

“[] came along, and then, very quickly after that,  came along,” he explained about his work schedule. “I took the job without a script on both of them, on faith that the people who created the projects were going to deliver me a good script. I really didn’t realize how much work  was going to be, and I absolutely feel it’s worth it.”

Where can I watch and stream  season 2?

When  season 2 airs new episodes, folks will be able to watch the drama exclusively  on Paramount+

. While it’s unclear whether it will eventually premiere on cable TV on Paramount Network, it’s best to prepare yourselves by heading over to the popular streamer.

In order to start watching  season 2, you’ll need to set up an account. Paramount+ offers a 30-day free trial before you need to opt into a plan, which start at $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year. Once you have a profile made, head on over to the show’s title page on the Paramount+ website or the Paramount+ app.

In the meantime, you can stay immersed in the Duttons’ world by watching all five seasons of  and one season of . Happy watching!

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