All 8 Taylor Sheridan TV Shows Premiering (and Returning) in 2024
Taylor Sheridan is the uncontested king of television right now.
Sheridan has 8 shows slated for release over the upcoming year, including four(!) spinoffs of his megahit Yellowstone.
Tommy Norris (Billy Bob Thornton) lives in the moral gray areas of crisis management. He works for an oil company in contemporary West Texas, handling problems with billionaire oil tycoons and poor-as-dirt locals.
If you needed any proof that podcasts have cemented a place in contemporary culture, Land Man should do it; the series is based on the popular Texas Monthly podcast Boomtown.
Tulsa King, Season 2
When it premiered Tulsa King was acclaimed by critics, who praised the writing and the surprisingly sharp acting from leading man Sylvestor Stallone.
Stallone plays Dwight 'The General' Manfredi, a mafioso who is exiled from New York by his mob family. Instead of fading away, Dwight gathers a gang of misfits in Tulsa, Oklahoma and begins to gather power in the city.
Terrence Winter, the showrunner for Tulsa King's first season, has left the production due to creative differences. However, Season 2 is still on track to arrive on screen in either late 2024 or early 2025.
Mayor of Kingstown, Season 3
The fictional city of Kingstown, Michigan is struggling. The old industries have died out, leaving only one economic pillar in the city: its prisons, which are thriving. In an area that boasts seven prisons in a 100 mile radius, it is impossible to separate the citizens of Kingstown from its connections to the institutions, where everyone has either worked, been incarcerated, or both. Tensions are running high between employees, gangs, and ex-cons in the community.
Mike McLusky (Jeremy Renner ) is the unofficial 'mayor' of this unstable situation, trying to keep the population calm in an atmosphere of corruption, violence, and extreme mistrust.
One of several spin-offs of the beloved series Yellowstone, 6666 follows the lives of cowboys on the legendary 6666 Ranch. This real-life ranch – which is run the same way now as it was two centuries ago – has a lot in common with Kevin Costner's fictional ranch in Yellowstone. The show was confirmed by Paramount in early 2021, but the SAG-AFTRA strikes caused some unexpected delays.
Production on 6666 is now complete, and you can expect to see the series released some time soon.
1923, Season 2
Helen Mirren heads west!
The magnificent British actress stars alongside Harrison Ford in this prequel to Yellowstone. Jacob and Cara Dutton are struggling to keep the ranch afloat during the financial hardships of the first world war. Add in a devious sheep herder and a greedy mining company and you have all the ingredients for an explosive second season.
Taylor Sheridan is nothing if not ambitious: this continuation of the contemporary Yellowstone saga was only announced last year, but if the showrunner has its way 2024 will make its way to your screens in… well, in 2024.
Rumors strongly suggest that Matthew McConaughey will replace Kevin Costner as the head of the beloved ranch, though his character's connection to the Dutton family is still unknown.
If you ever plan to watch the various Yellowstone spinoffs in chronological order, this one would of course follow 1923. This was the second spinoff to be announced for the series, and will chronicle the trials of the Dutton family during WWII.
This production will feature John Dutton Jr, the father of Kevin Costner's John Dutton III. As with 2024, it's ambitious to hope that we'll see this one on our screens in only a year – but we're keeping our fingers crossed.
Yellowstone, Season 5 (Part 2)
And finally – last but certainly not least – the granddaddy that started it all. Yellowstone kick-started the Sheridanverse back in 2018 and catapulted its creator to stardom.
The dysfunctional Dutton family will see its saga (or at least this generation's part of it) come to an end in November 2024. The series was rocked by an early exit from star Kevin Costner, so it remains to be seen how Sheridan will wrap up his flagship show without his leading man.