Taylor Sheridan's Empire Keeps Growing! Here's the Complete List of Every One of His Paramount Series

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There seems to be no stopping Taylor Sheridan!

People can't seem to get enough of Taylor Sheridan these days. The creator of Yellowstone has more irons in the fire than Dolly Parton! Plus, he recently extended his current deal with Paramount by an additional five years which means he'll be creating content for studio, and specifically content for Paramount+, the old-school studio's streaming site, until 2028!

Prior to creating Yellowstone, Sheridan was (and still is) an actor—best known for his roles on Veronica Mars and Sons of Anarchy. You can also see him as horse trader Travis Wheatley on Yellowstone. When he's not acting, he's writing. He's written every episode of Yellowstone. He has also written several screenplays, including Sicario and the Oscar-nominated Hell or High Water.

In addition to Yellowstone, his current series include 1883 and Mayor of Kingstown, both of which are streaming on Paramount+. Due to an "unfortunate" deal made before the launch of Paramount+, Yellowstone is available to stream on Peacock.

Here's what we know about Taylor Sheridan's shows, including those in production and in development.

Taylor Sheridan Shows


Yellowstone is Taylor Sheridan's most popular series to date. The show follows the Dutton family, led by patriarch John Dutton (Kevin Costner), as they clash with land developers, a neighboring Indian reservation and numerous foes on their quest to protect their legacy and their land.

Related: Everything We Know About Yellowstone Season 5

Mayor of Kingstown

Mayor of Kingstown revolves around Kingstown, Michigan and the only industry that is thriving in the area —the prison system and incarceration. Mike McLusky (Jeremy Renner) takes over as "mayor" of Kingstown after the death of his older brother. He'll use any means necessary to get the results he's looking for. The series has already been picked up for a second season.

Related: Jeremy Renner on Feeling Imprisoned in Taylor Sheridan's New Series Mayor of Kingstown


This prequel series to Yellowstone chronicles the Dutton family back in the late 19th century as they make their way across the treacherous American West in hopes of a better life. The show was the streamer's most-watched series premiere, up more than double of the previous record.

Paramount+ announced in February that "more episodes" of 1883 were coming. That vague phrasing left us wondering if we would get a season 2 of 1883 or a back-end pickup of the first season. Executive producer David Glasser solved the mystery the day after the season 1 finale when he told The Hollywood Reporter that the new Yellowstone prequel series 1932 "was always intended to be the second season" of 1883.

Related: Meet the 1883 Stars! Everything We Know About the Grim Yellowstone Prequel

Upcoming Taylor Sheridan Shows

The following shows are in development or in production for Paramount+.

Tulsa King

Previously known as Kansas City, Tulsa King will star Sylvester Stallone in his first major TV role. Stallone plays Dwight "The General" Manfredi, a low-level but loyal mobster who is exiled to Tulsa, Oklahoma when he is released after serving 25 years in prison. This fish-out-of-water drama finds Stallone's character trying to navigate the drug trade in a town with legalized marijuana and hipsters. Max Casella, Domenick Lombardozzi, Vincent Piazza and Jay Will will round out the cast. The show will premiere on Sunday, Nov. 13 on Paramount+.

Related: Everything You Need To Know About Taylor Sheridan's Newest Series, Tulsa King 

Bass Reeves

Bass Reeves will be a limited series and follows the story of Bass Reeves, a real U.S. Deputy Marshal in the 1800s. Reeves is considered by many as one of the greatest Black lawmen that ever lived. David Oyelowo is attached to star and is eyeing a late 2022 start date for filming and is slated to premiere on Paramount+ sometime in 2023.

There's also a separate film about Reeves, unrelated to Sheridan, called In Search of Bass Reeves slated for release on Paramount+ in late 2022.


A fact-based drama series about two agents in a U.S. undercover female operative program. Zoe Saldana is attached to star as Joe with Nicole Kidman serving as one of the executive producers.

The show has added Yellowstone and 1883 alum to its cast. Dave Annable, who played John Dutton's eldest son Lee on Yellowstone will play Joe's husband, Neil. LaMonica Garrett from 1883 will play CIA operative Tucker while frequent Sheridan-verse actor James Jordan will take on the role of CIA operative Two Cups. Jordan has had roles on 1883, Yellowstone, and Mayor of Kingstown and has also appeared in several of Sheridan's feature films.

Frequent-Hallmark Channel actress Jill Wagner also serves as executive producer and plans to star in the show. The show's Paramount+ release date hasn't been revealed yet.

Land Man

Land Man is based off the podcast, "Boomtown" about the oil boom in West Texas. Billy Bob Thornton has been cast to lead the series as a crisis manager for an oil company. Thornton has had a guest starring role on 1883, Sheridan's prequel to Yellowstone. Land Man's Paramount+ release date hasn't been revealed yet.


A former U.S. special forces officer is recruited by the government's Drug Enforcement Agency to lead a take down of drug dealers who are protected by the CIA. Filming has not yet begun so no Paramount+ release date has been announced.


1923 is yet another Yellowstone prequel series which will take place in, you guessed it, 1923. The series, starring Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren, will follow the Duttons during the Prohibition era and the Great Depression and will feature present-day John Dutton's parents and grandparents. This series will premiere on Paramount+ in December 2022.

Related: Everything We Know About the New Depression-Era Prequel Series, 1923


Set at the famed Four Sixes Texas ranch in Texas, 6666 is another Yellowstone prequel spinoff. “Founded when Comanches still ruled West Texas, no ranch in America is more steeped in the history of the West than the 6666," a release from Paramount said of the new series. "Still operating as it did two centuries before, and encompassing an entire county, the 6666 is where the rule of law and the laws of nature merge in a place where the most dangerous thing one does is the next thing.” The most recent word from Paramount was that the series is still in development. No filming or premiere date has been set for the Paramount+ series.

Related: The Latest News from Paramount on the Texas-Set Spinoff 6666

Previous Taylor Sheridan Shows

When Yellowstone debuted back in 2016, Sheridan also had another series on Paramount Network. The Last Cowboy was a docu-reality series following the competitive sport of horse reining. It was on Paramount Network for two seasons.

Taylor Sheridan Movies

Sicario and Sicario: Day of the Soldado

Sheridan wrote the screenplay for 2015's Sicario. The film starred Benicio del Toro, Josh Brolin and Emily Blunt and Sheridan was nominated for the Writers Guild Award for Best Original Screenplay. He also wrote the sequel, Sicario: Day of the Soldado.

Hell or High Water

He followed Sicario up with the film, Hell or High Water in 2016. Hell or High Water starred Chris Pine and Ben Foster as two brothers who rob a series of banks in order to save the family ranch, all while being pursued by two Texas Rangers played by Jeff Bridges and Gil Birmingham. The film was nominated for four Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay. It is currently being adapted for a potential series on Fox though Sheridan doesn't appear to be involved.

Review: Jeff Bridges Pursues Bank-Robbing Brothers in Hell or High Water

Those Who Wish Me Dead

Those Who Wish Me Dead featured a few familiar faces from the Sheridan Universe. The film, about a murder witness who finds himself pursued by twin assassins in the Montana wilderness with a survival expert tasked to protect him starred Angelina Jolie, Yellowstone'sFinn Little, Nicholas Hoult and Mayor of Kingstown's Aiden Gillen.

Wind River

Wind River also starred a few faces Sheridan fans would recognize. Mayor of Kingstown'sJeremy Renner, Yellowstone's Kelsey Asbille, WandaVision'sElizabeth Olsen and Dances with Wolves' Graham Greene headlined this film about a veteran hunter who helps an FBI agent investigate the murder of a young woman on a Wyoming Native American reservation.

Without Remorse

Sheridan also co-wrote the screenplay for last year's Without Remorse. The film, based on a Tom Clancy novel, starred Michael B. Jordan as an elite Navy SEAL who goes on a path to avenge his wife's murder only to find himself inside a larger conspiracy.

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