In December 2022, you can expect a whole lot of great TV shows to be hitting Paramount+ including many prequels like “1923” on December 18. This new Western Drama Series will be coming as a prequel to “Yellowstone ” and follows the Dutton descendants in the 1920s during The Great Depression. The series follows the lives of these three Duttons, James, Jack, and Emma, who are all living in different parts of America. “1923” is a show set in the 1920s when their ancestor Colonel William Dutton, an Army scout for General George Custer, led a Cavalry Regiment in the Battle of Little BigHorn. “1923” will be premiering on December 18 exclusively on Paramount+. “The year 1923 was a momentous year for the Dutton family, for our town, and for America,” said Keith Cox, President of Paramount Network. “We are committed to telling historical stories of truth and relevance and are thrilled that this series has all the ingredients to be a hit, including great writing, an amazing cast, and an all-star producing team.”
Who is in the cast?
- Harrison Ford as Jacob Dutton
- Helen Mirren as Cara Dutton
- Sebastian Roché as Father Renaud
- Darren Mann as Jack Dutton
- Michelle Randolph as Elizabeth Strafford
- James Badge Dale as John Dutton Sr.
- Marley Shelton as Emma Dutton
- Brian Geraghty as Zane
- Aminah Nieves as Teonna
- Julia Schlaepfer as Alexandra
- Jacques Schembri as Jimmy Cricket
- Brandon Sklenar as Spencer Dutton
- Robert Patrick as Sheriff William McDowell
- Jerome Flynn as Banner Creighton
- Jennifer Ehle as Sister Mary
- Timothy Dalton as Donald Whitfield
The Western Drama series 1923′ is scheduled to be released on the 18th of December 2022 on paramount+. if you want to watch it you can stream it on paramount+.
What is the series about?
“1923”, a Western Drama Series, focuses on the lives of three generations of the Dutton family in Montana, in 1923, during a time of various hardships including Western Expansion, Prohibition, and the Great Depression. The series follows the family’s trials and tribulations through three generations. James Dutton (portrayed by Harrison Ford), Jack Dutton (portrayed by Darren Mann), and Emma Dutton (portrayed by Marley Shelton) – all three of whom are living in different parts of America. James is an Army scout for General George Custer. Jack is an aspiring rodeo rider on a steam train. Emma is a chaperone at a boarding school for girls. Also included in the series are cameo appearances from Kevin Costner as Colonel William Dutton, star of the original “Yellowstone” series, and Kelsey Asbille as Dutton’s wife Irene Dutton.
Why should you watch this series?
For its authenticity to the period, “1923” is set to premiere on December 18 exclusively on Paramount+. It will be a great prequel series for fans of both Starz and Paramount Network. The series shows that despite many hardships, the Dutton family continued to thrive in an era of change in America. This Western Drama Series is perfect for lovers of the Western genre and will be a fantastic addition to Paramount+ Original Series lineup. The series has Star Power with a cast including Academy Award winner Harrison Ford and Oscar-nominated actor Darren Mann. Don’t miss out on this new show premiering on December 18 exclusively on Paramount+.
Who can watch this series?
New and old viewers can watch this series on Paramount+. This is the perfect series for families, history buffs, and anyone who loves Westerns. Starring in the series is Darren Mann, Marley Shelton, and Harrison Ford making this a great trio for the story. Making cameos in the series is Kevin Costner as Colonel William Dutton, star of the original “Yellowstone ” series, and Kelsey Asbille as Dutton’s wife Irene Dutton.
Who is the creator?
The creator of this series is Taylor Sheridan. He is an American screenwriter, producer, and director. He is best known for writing and directing the films Wind River, Hell or High Water, Sicario: Day of the Soldado, and 3:10 to Yuma.
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