Prequel to Yellowstone, a critically acclaimed show from Paramount, ended its premiere season on Sunday night (1883) with a bang. There were approximately half of the major cast members that had unconditional endings. Whether their journey ended simply with the Dutton-led waggon train, or if the journey ended somewhat metaphysically. Den of Geek proclaimed that the first season was “better served as the only season” because of Taylor Sheridan’s conclusive arc.
Many fans were left wondering what would happen next, especially since Paramount had announced weeks earlier that new episodes had been ordered. Next, news stories similar to our own began to speculate about what the second season of 1883 would look like.
Those making predictions about the show’s future were left scratching their heads after the finale aired. It’s impossible to think of a second season. After the finale, there was no way to fill the emotional voids left behind. Everything about the story, including the Duttons, had shifted dramatically by this point. It wasn’t long before Taylor Sheridan, the creative cowboy-god and Paramount’s golden boy, announced that the 1883 chapter had closed.
Cast Yellowstone 1883’s Second Season Include:
Shea Brennan, played by Sam Elliott,
James Dutton is played by Tim McGraw.
Margaret Dutton (Faith Hill)
Isabel May is Elsa Dutton in this film adaptation.
As Thomas, LaMonica Garrett is
In the role of Josef Audie, played by Marc Rissmann Rick in the role of John Dutton Sr.
In the role of Ennis, Eric Nelsen
Hebert, James Landry as Wade
Noah Le Gros portrays Colton in this movie.
Grady is played by Alex Fine.
Gratina Brancusi portraying Noemi
Anna Fiamora portrays Risa in the film.
As Alina Martin Sensmeier, played by Amanda Jaros,
Marshal Jim Courtright, portrayed by Billy Bob Thornton.
General George Meade is played by Tom Hanks.
As Spotted Eagle, Graham Greene
Playing Claire Dutton, Dawn Olivieri
Mary Abel Dutton (Emma Malouff)
The role of Carolyn Taylor Sheridan is played by Rita Wilson.
What’s going on in 1883?
Ancestors of Yellowstone’s Dutton family set out in the late 19th century to build what would one day become their namesake Montana homestead, and 1883, starring Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Sam Elliott, and Isabel May, tells their story.
From Fort Worth, Texas into the Great Plains, the Dutton family (played by McGraw and Hill, respectively) and their children, the disobedient Elsa (May) and the impressionable John (Audie Rick), endured hardships and deaths in pursuit of their American dream.
This is JOHN’S TIME!
Isn’t it time for a full season of John (and his parents, of course) at the centre, catching us up to the glimpses of James and Margaret that we’ve seen in Yellowstone’s Yellowstone National Park??
An account of the American Civil War
James and Margaret both served in the Confederate Army during the American Civil War, and even though the conflict has been over for many years, the scars are still visible. “I think there’s a lot of PTSD going on with James, Margaret, Shea, Thomas—everyone who experienced that war and then all that went on at Reconstruction,” the series star Tim McGraw said in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.
“It left him shell-shocked all the time.” A season focusing on the characters’ experiences in the War Between the States in 1883 would certainly have us tuning in, especially if it included A-list guest stars like Tom Hanks, who appeared in Episode 2 as Union officer Gen. George Meade following the Battle of Antietam.
Release Date for Season 2 of Yellowstone 1883:
Late 2022 or early 2023 is when we can expect a second season of 1883. Paramount+ will distribute it. We’ll have to wait and see.
Since it began airing on December 19, 2021, the first season of 1883 has lasted until February 27, 2022. Paramount+ is currently airing it.
Please check back here for any new information regarding the release date of the second season of the series 1883.
Trailer: Yellowstone 1883 Season 2
The official trailer for the second season of 1883 has yet to be released, but it appears to be imminent.
1883’s season one trailer can be found here.