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'1932' Prequel Series Rolls Back Nearly A Decade In Taylor Sheridan's 'Yellowstone' Empire

It's a journey back in time for Taylor Sheridan's new "Yellowstone" prequel at Paramount+.

ES Staff  |  TV Drama & Action

The prequel series "1932" has been renamed "1923" and will now take place in the new year rather than the previous one. In "1923," the Dutton family's next two generations are depicted as they battle drought, lawlessness and prohibition, as well as an epidemic of cattle theft, under the shadow of Montana's Great Depression -- which predates the rest of the country by almost ten years. Set just five years after World War I ended in 1918, the show will also touch on this sweeping topic.

'Yellowstone's first prequel, '1883,' followed the Dutton family as they moved across the country to settle in Montana, and this series serves as a sequel to their story. Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, and Sam Elliott starred in the December 2021 premiere on Paramount+. "1923" will star Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford, as previously announced.

This December, "1923" will also premiere on Paramount+. Sheridan, along with John Linson, Art Linson, David C. Glasser, Ron Burkle, Bob Yari, and Ben Richardson, act as the series' executive producers. Bosque Ranch Productions, 101 Studios, and MTV Entertainment Studios all produce.

Sheridan has nine shows in various stages of production, with "1923" being just one among them. Additionally, he is now working on the second season of "Mayor of Kingstown," "Tulsa King" starring Sylvester Stallone, "Lioness," and "1883: The Bass Reeves Story" starring David Oyelowo, among other projects.