Taylor Sheridan’s ‘Tulsa King’ To Make TV Debut On CBS

Tulsa King

More of the Taylor Sheridan empire is making its way to linear television.

After the success Yellowstone reruns had airing on CBS, the broadcasting giant is bringing another of Sheridan’s creations to the regular ol’ primetime television. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Tulsa King will be making its CBS debut this summer, ahead of season two’s premier on Paramount+.

Starring Sylvester Stallone, Andrea Savage, and Martin Starr, the show is about a New York Mafia capo named Dwight “The General” Manfredi who gets sent to Tulsa, Oklahoma after being serving a 25 year prison sentence. Pretty quickly he gets the sense that the mafia may not have his back anymore, so “The General” puts together a ragtag team to begin a new criminal enterprise.

As with Yellowstone, the sound track is top notch, bringing in names like Lainey Wilson, Luke Combs, Charley Crockett, Brothers Osborne, Charles Wesley Godwin, Jamie Wyatt, and many more to really kick the production value up a few levels.

Tulsa King has racked up 3.36 billion minutes viewed, which makes it the second most streamed Sheridan show according to Variety.

If you haven’t watched Tulsa King yet and don’t want to wait for summer, you can get a 7 day free trial of Paramount+ here. Catch up on all of Sheridan’s shows, like Lioness: Special Ops, 1923, and 1883, along with a slew of live sports and movies.

Have to love the shine these Sheridan series have been getting. Yellowstone will forever hold a special place in my heart, but all of these shows have been pretty dang great and I can’t wait to see where the storylines go.

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