‘Yellowstone’ Prequel ‘1923’ Season 2 Filming “Delayed Indefinitely” Due To Writers Strike!

The filming of the Yellowstone prequel, "1923" season 2, has been delayed due to the ongoing writers' strike. The production was scheduled to start earlier this month in Montana but was postponed indefinitely. Bill Melvin, the Butte Civic Center manager, confirmed that the production team had contacted him and was paying $75,000 a month for the Civic Center through the end of the year.

Creator Taylor Sheridan had already planned two seasons for the series, and earlier this year, a second eight-episode season was officially confirmed. The show explores the early 20th century and introduces a new generation of Duttons led by Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren. The show also stars other talented actors like Michelle Randolph and Jerome Flynn.

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