Taylor Sheridan's "Yellowstone" Prequel Series "1932" at Paramount+ Renamed to '1923

Monday's announcement stated that the prequel series 1932 will now be called 1923 and will be set in the new year.  

According to the new logline, "1923", focuses on the Dutton family and their next two generations.  

They struggle to survive a historic drought, lawlessness, prohibition and an epidemic of cattle stealth. 

All this was happening under the shadow of Montana's great Depression, which lasted almost ten years. 

The end of World War I will be covered in the show, which took place in 1918.

It is a continuation of "Yellowstone," the prequel to "1883," in which a family of Duttons moves across the country to settle down in Montana. Paramount+ debuted it in December 2021. 

It starred Sam Elliott, Faith Hill and Tim McGraw. As previously announced, Helen Mirren will star alongside Harrison Ford in "1923". 

Paramount+ will air "1923" in December. Sheridan, Art Linson and David C. Glasser created the series.  

Sheridan also serves as executive producer. Produced by MTV Entertainment Studios, 101 Studios, and Bosque Ranch Productions.

"1923" is one show Sheridan has currently in different stages of production. He is currently working on "1923" starring Jeremy Renner, "Tulsa King", 

starring Sylvester Stallone, and "Lioness", starring Zoe Saldana. "1883: The Bass Reeves Story",  

starring David Oyelowo are just a few of the many projects he is currently working on.

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