Sad news for fans of ‘Yellowstone’ and it’s spin-offs: the show, ‘1923’, is on indefinite hold until the end of the writers’ strike. Luckily, fans can catch the previous prequel series, ‘1883’, as it airs on the Paramount Network.
Amid the news of Kevin Costner’s departure and the strike’s continuance, it will likely be a while before fans of Taylor Sheridan’s saga has new content. ‘1923’, which stars Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren, was set to start filming on June 5th, but insiders report it is now “delayed indefinitely”. Similarly, ‘Yellowstone’ cast members have claimed that they have not received a script or filming location for the second half of season two, despite it’s air-date being in November.
Perhaps Paramount is trying to sustain the series popularity by exposing ‘1883’ to a greater audience than it would find on Paramount+, alone. However, considering there doesn’t appear to be any plans to continue the series, fans who have already seen the show will not gain much from the shift.