In the interim, Yellowstone fans have been able to enjoy the ever-expanding Dutton universe thanks to the show’s fifth season premiere.
We anticipate Jimmy Hurdstrom’s life on the Texas ranch in the planned 6666 spin-offs and the just-announced 1932, which will examine the Duttons during Prohibition and the Great Depression, viewers are eager to learn more about 1883’s future.
On Paramount+, the prequel has been a big hit, and the story of James and Margaret Dutton (Tim McGraw and Faith Hill) and their family as they travel west has been well received. Viewers are already asking for more episodes when the current season concludes on February 27.
An enthusiastic response was received by a video posted to the show’s official Instagram page recently. To whet our appetites for the climactic finale, we’ve included a teaser video with the message, “Catch up now before the final two episodes drop on @paramountplus.”
The show’s future was soon in the spotlight, with fans eager to learn more. “I sincerely hope this is not a one-and-done,” one reviewer wrote. I’m in love with this show! There were two people who said, “ONLY 2 MORE EPISODES?!” “Someone call RIP, we’ve got a problem!” “Come on Taylor, we need more episodes in a season,” one supporter wrote in an email.
Relax, you’ll get through this! We’ve got some wonderful news for you.
What’s 1883 about?
Dutton family’s forefathers moved out in the late 19th century to establish the Montana farm that would one day bear their family’s name, 1883, starring Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Sam Elliott, and Isabel May.
They have traveled from Fort Worth, Texas to the Great Plains facing desperation, death, or destruction on the way to pursuing the American dream. Elsa (May) and John (Audie Rick) are the offspring of James and Margaret Dutton (McGraw and Hill).
In light of this, and the fact that this show is apparently bringing in Paramount+’s highest audience numbers yet, it should come as no surprise that they have decided to keep the wagon train moving as the season draws to a close.
It’s not the only account about how Yellowstone came to be being written at the moment.
The Yellowstone inventor Taylor Sheridan has only just begun his research into the Dutton ancestry, but it won’t be the last. Also confirmed by Paramount+ was the existence of a new origin narrative prequel, 1932, which chronicles the Dutton family’s experiences throughout Prohibition and the Great Depression.
Will there be a second season of 1883?
According to a statement released on February 15 by Paramount+, there will be additional episodes. There’s no word yet on how many more episodes will be filmed or if they’ll consider this a full season, but you can be confident that the narrative is far from over.
How likely is it that the original cast will return for Season 2?
In the meanwhile, we’ve learned that Faith Hill and Tim McGraw will be returning to the show as well as Isabel May and LaMonica Garrett. Audie Rick is also expected to appear in the upcoming episodes.
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How Many More Episodes Will There Be?
According to the Wall Street Journal, new episodes might begin airing as early as this fall. Keep an eye out for updates!
What actors and actresses will return for 1883’s second season?
No one can say for sure, but if Yellowstone is any indication, the cast of 1883 will return for a second season with many of the same well-known faces from the first. Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Sam Elliott, and LaMonica Garrett are among the show’s top stars.
For 1883 season 2, what are your favorite things? Tell us what you think in the comments!
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Lines That Bring It All to a Close
You betcha! In the wake of a “record-breaking success,” Paramount has confirmed that 1883 will return for a second season following the network’s most-watched broadcast ever. This announcement comes as no surprise to those who follow the Yellowstone world, which includes a podcast and a special behind-the-scenes look.
According to Tanya Giles, ViacomCBS Streaming’s chief programming officer, “1883 has fuelled spectacular new records for Paramount+,” she stated in a release. In the future, “we’ll be able to tell more of the Duttons’ genesis story.”
In spite of the fact that there will be more episodes of 1883, the network has yet to disclose when they will run. Hopefully, we don’t have to wait too long!