Popular television series 1923 has officially been renewed for a second season. The news was confirmed by Paramount+, with filming expected to start in the coming months. The decision to produce more episodes was based on financial considerations, with the show's high production costs leading producers to spread out their expenses over a longer period.
According to reports, each of the first season's eight episodes cost up to $22 million to produce, with the second season's estimated costs coming in at around $17 million per episode. Fans of the show will be eagerly awaiting the new season, which is set to continue exploring the struggles of the Dutton family during the Great Depression.