Tulsa King Could Create a Yellowstone-like Universe, Says Paramount Executive

Tulsa King Could Create a Yellowstone-like Universe, Says Paramount Executive

Taylor Sheridan has been soaring high with Paramount and creating some incredible universes for the streaming giant. Yellowstone was just one example of how brilliant Sheridan is at weaving stories and keeping the audience hooked. His latest series Tulsa King starring Sylvester Stallone is also a major hit among fans and critics alike.

In a recent conversation with IndieWire, Paramount Programming Chief, Tanya Giles, expressed her excitement about spinning off more stories from the series and possibly even turning Tulsa King into its own universe. “The short answer is absolutely,” Giles said. “We’re open to the possibilities, everything. What we love to do is take this valuable IP and turn anything into a franchise because we believe there’s a world of storytelling to be told that the audience can enjoy, and they love the characters. Let’s see where it can take us.”

The amazing performances in Tulsa King are just another testament to Taylor Sheridan’s amazing capabilities as a creator. His skillful storytelling and the incredible universe he has built with Paramount will surely be remembered for years to come. With the possibility of spinning off more stories from Tulsa King, the sky’s the limit for what the creator and the streaming giant could come up with.

Sylvester Stallone’s Tulsa King Renewed for Second Season

Sylvester Stallone’s latest series, Tulsa King, has been a massive success for Paramount+, with critics and fans alike praising the show for its gripping story and stellar performances. Now, the studio has given the green light to a second season of the series, allowing Stallone to further explore the inner workings of organized crime. The series also stars Max Casella, Domenick Lombardozzi, Vincent Piazza, Jay Will, and A.C. Peterson.

In Tulsa King, Stallone plays Dwight “The General” Manfredi, a career criminal who’s been released from prison after 25 years. With no foothold in the crime world anymore, Manfredi must start from the ground up, relocating to Tulsa, Oklahoma — not exactly the ideal spot for a criminal mastermind. But despite the odds, Manfredi manages to assemble a crew and gets to work.

The series follows Manfredi as he navigates the Tulsa underworld, all while tangling with the new generation of organized crime. Along the way, he meets a colorful cast of characters — from rival criminals to powerful politicians — and faces a variety of obstacles. But with his trademark grit and determination, Manfredi is determined to take back control of his life and make Tulsa his new crime kingdom.

Tulsa King’s first season was a smash hit, with critics praising Stallone’s performance, and it’s now available on Paramount+.


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