“1883” Season Two: “Bass Reeves” to be separated from the Yellowstone series

more 1883 Coming to Paramount+ – not in the way you expected.

The broadcaster announced on Wednesday that it is a pre-order Bass Reeves Serial will actually be 1883 Branch, with an official title 1883: The Bass Reeves Story.

The limited-edition project will star Golden Globe nominee David Oyelowo (Peaceful) as Reeves, the legendary lawman of the Wild West. “He is known as the greatest frontier hero in American history, and is also believed to be an inspiration to him the lone knightIn the post-Reconstruction era, Reeves served as a federal peace officer in Indian Territory, arresting more than 3,000 of the most dangerous criminals without ever being injured.”

back in february, Paramount + subscriber That “next chapter” of 1883 – which in itself is part of the very big success of Paramount Network Yellowstone – It will premiere later in 2022, although it was not clear at the time what the narrative focus of those episodes would be; Wednesday Bass Reeves The ad seems to offer some clarity.

As for the original 1883who counted Sam Elliott, Faith Hill, and Tim McGraw among its stars, series creator Taylor Sheridan. revealed in February That show was only imagined as a one-season drama. In spite of Bass Reeves‘The situation as a 1883 Pop-up, there are still plans for the mother’s return.

“I made this peek through time to show you this specific journey,” Sheridan said. Limit At that time, regarding 1883future. “I am not someone who likes to tie everything in an arc and explain how everyone lived happily ever after, or didn’t… To me, as a narrator, it feels like it’s over. I’ll peek through the window of a different era and see what I see next.”

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Speaking of different eras, the Yellowstone The universe will continue to expand through the prequel series 1932And Starring Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren. According to the official description, the show will explore the early 20th century when epidemics, historical drought, the end of Prohibition and the Great Depression hit the Western Mountain, and the Dattons they call home.

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