Taylor Sheridan’s ‘Tulsa King’ Officially Begins Season Two Production

Sylvester Stallone as Dwight "The General" Manfredi of the Paramount+ original series TULSA KING. Photo Cr: Walter Thomson/Paramount+. © 2022 Viacom International Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Paramount announced Monday that the second season of the hit Taylor Sheridan series “Tulsa King” is officially in production.

Starring entertainment heavyweight Sylvester Stallone, “Tulsa King” took the world by storm in 2022. The series follows a New York gangster (Stallone) as he is released from prison and sent to Tulsa, Oklahoma, to branch out his old mob’s reach. Of course, things don’t go anywhere near according to plan in this “comedy of errors,” making it as funny as it is clever and adrenaline-inducing.

The series is one of Paramount’s top-viewed shows of all time, coming in just behind Sheridan’s other series “1923,” the network said in a press release shared with the Daily Caller. The premiere episode seemed to set a new record for online subscriber growth following its release and has helped champion Paramount’s other host of excellent entertainment.

Our favorite characters seem to be returning for season two, including Andrea Savage, Martin Starr, Garrett Hedlund and more. (RELATED: Rumors Erupt Over Taylor Sheridan’s ‘Tulsa King’ But It’s Not What It Seems)

With the sudden start to the new season, it might be that Sheridan’s new show “Landman” has officially wrapped production. The series started filming in February. Actor Jon Hamm, who joined the show’s incredible ensemble cast led by Billy Bob Thornton, said they were halfway through their scenes by the middle of March.

I don’t personally believe they could wrap an entire new series in two weeks. But then again, Sheridan works on his shows like a bloodhound. If anyone could shoot a full series in under two months, it’s him.