The Paramount + Yellowstone television series proved extremely popular, so much so that it spawned a prequel, 1883, and another show, 1932 (working title). This program has now added some very big names in its cast, with Oscar winner Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford joining the cast.
It is not yet known who will play Mirren and Ford, but Deadline reported that Paramount+ said this show will “introduce a new generation of the Dutton family and explore the early 20th century when pandemics, historic drought, the end of Prohibition and the Great Depression plagued the Mountain West and the Duttons who inhabit it.”
1932, or whatever the show is called, will debut in December on Paramount+.
It will arrive after the one-season prequel, 1883, which starred Tim McGraw and Faith Hill as James and Margaret Dutton. It was Paramount+’s most-watched series of all time.
As for the main series, Season 5 of Yellowstone starring Kevin Costner as John Dutton is now in production. Season 4 was a huge success, amassing an average of 11 million viewers.
Yellowstone comes from the mind of Taylor Sheridan, the prolific writer and director behind films and TV series like Hell or High Water, Wind River, Sicario and The Mayor of Kingstown.