The Second Season of Tulsa King is Renewed by Paramount+

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Tulsa King’s Second Season Has Been Renewed by Paramount+ for 2023


Tulsa King’s Second Season Has Been Renewed: The first season of Taylor Sheridan‘s mafia/Western dramedy Tulsa King, which was created for Yellowstone, just ended on Paramount+. Soon after Season 1 began, the entertaining series was picked up for a second season because it quickly surpassed 1923 to become Paramount+’s second-biggest show. In less than a day, Taylor Sheridan can create a hit show!

In the movie Tulsa King, Sylvester Stallone plays Dwight “the General” Manfredi, a mafia capo from New York City who is released from federal prison after serving a 25-year sentence and is immediately sent there to look into new illegal business opportunities.

The charming crook quickly rose to power in Tulsa’s disorganized criminal underworld over the course of Season 1, only to have his new empire threatened in the season finale when he was arrested once more.

Tulsa King Season 1 just ended, so there aren’t many details about Season 2, but there are a few online hints about what’s to come. These are all the details we currently know about Tulsa King Season 2.

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Taylor Sheridan is in the business of building universes. Yellowstone has already spawned two spin-offs, and more are in the works, so it’s very likely that Tulsa King will get its own spin-off in the future.

“The huge success we’ve had with Tulsa King and Sylvester Stallone opens up possibilities for Taylor Sheridan, whose mind consistently works in terms of universes and backstories,” Paramount Global streaming chief Tanya Giles told Indiewire, adding, “There’s more to come there.” It sounds good!

Tulsa King's Second Season has been renewed by Paramount+ for 2023

Season 1 is over, and we don’t know when Season 2 will start. Not even the people who are in the show know when it will be back. “There is literally nothing to know,” Andrea Savage, who plays Stacy Beale, told TVLine.

“I wish I had something to tell you. Or, I wish I could keep something from you in a mysterious way, but I’m not.” Oh well. Keep an eye out for news. Sylvester Stallone did tell Indiewire that Tulsa King could be his “swan song” as an actor because he wants to focus on writing and directing, but we won’t believe it until we see it.

Tulsa King Season 1 Recap

Dwight Manfredi’s mafia family and real family don’t want him around after 25 years in federal prison for a murder he didn’t commit. His Invernizzi crime family boss sends him to Tulsa for a fresh start. He introduces the locals to old-school New York City mobster swagger in the honky-tonkin’ city.

He recruits his driver, Tyson (Jay Will); Manny (Max Casella), a former Invernizzi soldier who fled to Tulsa years ago and gets back into the life when Dwight comes to town; Bodhi (Martin Starr), the owner of a weed dispensary Dwight “partners” with on a money laundering venture; and Mitch (Garrett Hedlund), the well-connected ex-con owner of the Bred-2-Buck bar.

Tulsa King's Second Season has been renewed by Paramount+ for 2023

Dwight begins a romantic relationship with Stacy Beale (Andrea Savage), an ATF agent who’s conflicted over her feelings for the unrepentant felon, and runs afoul of the local kingpin, biker gang leader Waltrip (Ritchie Coster), resulting in violent conflict between the two crews.

In the finale, Dwight and his crew defeated Waltrip in a Bred-2-Buck shootout set to Phil Collins’s “In the Air Tonight” and cut ties with the Invernizzi family, telling underboss Chickie (Domenick Lombardozzi) “I want you to pack your s***, get on a plane and stay the f*** out of my town.”

Three months later, all was well. Dwight’s business was booming, his relationship with his estranged daughter Tina (Tatiana Zappardino) was greatly improved, and the Bred-2-Buck reopened after renovations to clean up the blood and bullet holes. The good times were temporary.

Stacy’s ATF bosses discovered her relationship with Dwight and the million-dollar bank account he gave her and threatened to fire her unless she turned him in. In the episode’s finale, Stacy set Dwight up for federal arrest. Again.

When Will “Tulsa King” Season 2 Be Released?

No premiere date has been announced or even hinted at as of yet, but we’ll provide updates as they become available. The season 1 finale premiered on January 8. The first season was announced in December 2021, shot during the summer of 2022, and debuted in November 2022.

Based on Season 1’s release schedule and the fact that Taylor Sheridan productions typically move quickly and adhere to an annual release schedule, we anticipate that Season 2 will premiere in November 2023. Possibly later, but probably not earlier (but still Sooner).

How to Watch Tulsa King Online?

The first season of Tulsa King is currently available to stream on Paramount+, which is accessible on Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast, and other supported devices. Paramount+ offers the $4.99/month or $49.99/year Essential Plan and the ad-free $9.99/month or $99.99/year Premium Plan, which includes a CBS live stream. Paramount+ offers eligible subscribers a seven-day free trial.

Amazon also offers Paramount+ subscriptions for $9.99 per month.

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