Everything You Need to Know About ‘Yellowstone’ Creator Taylor Sheridan’s Crazy 2024 Show Roster

Everything You Need to Know About ‘Yellowstone’ Creator Taylor Sheridan’s Crazy 2024 Show Roster :

Yellowstone” co-creator Taylor Sheridan just wrapped up his biggest year in television, and 2024 looks like it’ll be even bigger! Even though we didn’t get the second half of “Yellowstone” season five in 2023, that doesn’t mean it wasn’t a huge year for Sheridan and his teams at 101 Studios, Paramount+ and those involved with his purchase of a $320 million Texas ranch.

We saw a fresh new prequel, “1923,” as well as “Tulsa King” and “Special Ops: Lioness,” and Sheridan was heavily involved in “Lawmen: Bass Reeves.” So, what can we expect from the King Of Television in 2024?

Yellowstone — Season Five, Part 11

Okay, so this is more of a prayer than a guarantee. After a year defined by in-fighting between Sheridan and his leading men, Kevin Costner and Cole Hauser, I’ll be really impressed if they can put all their egos aside and film just a few more episodes to wrap up this iconic series. We’re supposed to see at least five or six episodes, but who knows who will star in them, or what fate will befall the Dutton-Yellowstone Ranch.

Tulsa King —Season Two

My personal favorite from Sheridan in 2023 was “Tulsa King,” the broody gangster comedy of errors starring Sylvester Stallone and a whole host of other epic actors. If you haven’t seen this series yet, catch up soon, as the second season is heading our way in the near future!

Land Man — Premiere

“Land Man” is a new project from Sheridan that will paint a picture of the oil and gas industry in West Texas that I’m sure no one has done before. The series will be led by Billy Bob Thornton, who plays a crisis manager who understands the complex sociological landscape of the region and industry. Even without knowing much, you know that the dialogue and scripts of this series are going to be incredible.

Also, I once had a whole conversation with Billy Bob Thornton outside a store and I didn’t know who he was, but he was pretty cool about it, so hopefully this series will be just as good because He is surprisingly tall. (Related: Are You a Real-Life Roughneck? ‘Yellowstone’ Producers Want You for Their Next Show)

2024 — Premiere

As “Yellowstone” comes to an end, its first non-prequel spin-off will launch, potentially starring Matthew McConaughey in the lead role. There is basically no information about this series, except that Sheridan and 101 Studios head David Glasser want the series to be released almost as soon as “Yellowstone” ends. And there are also rumors that most of the original cast of “Yellowstone” will be joining the spin-off!

6666 – Premiere

One of “Yellowstone’s” most beloved characters, Jimmy, played by Jefferson White, deserves his own series based on the ranch where he found his wife, fell in love and became a real cowboy, hiring John Dutton to become him. There was no hope of helping. According to IMDb, the show is already well in development, so hopefully we won’t have to wait much longer. (Related: Some of your favorite shows aren’t coming back in 2024. Here’s what you need to know)

1944 – maybe?

Like “2024”, the creative direction of “1944” is being held very close to Sheridan’s chest. My gut tells me that this next “Yellowstone” prequel will have a completely unique cast, probably led by several A-listers. I personally would love to see Keanu Reeves with Nicole Kidman – mostly because I’ve never seen Keanu in a historical masterpiece, and everything Kidman touches turns to gold, so, why not? Kidman is also well known in the Sheridan universe thanks to her role in “Special Ops: Lioness.”

The show isn’t in pre-production yet, at least according to IMDB, so I guess we’ll have to wait and see.

fast – premiere

Described on IMDb as a story centering on “a former US Special Forces officer is recruited by the government’s drug enforcement agency to eliminate CIA-protected drug dealers”, the project is still in pre-production. As soon as we know more, we’ll let you know!

1923? Special Ops? Lawmaker?

While many outlets claim that we are getting a second season of “1923”, there is no real evidence to support this. One of the show’s cast members, Brandon Sklanaar, claimed a while ago that there will be a second season, but since he’s just an actor, he certainly couldn’t confirm it. Instead, it is most likely that “1944” will pick up from “1923”, in the same way that “1923” picked up the story from “1883”.

Similarly, the “Fast” series could be a new “Special Ops”. And there is no official update on what the next series of “Lawman” will be, and whether it will continue the story of “Bass Reeves”, which I personally hope it does!