In an unexpected turn of events, the highly anticipated second season of the hit TV show “Yellowstone” has hit a major roadblock, which will cause its production to be significantly delayed. Fans of the exciting drama, which is about the troubled lives of the Dutton family on their Montana ranch, can’t wait for it to come back.
Reports say that the delay was caused by unplanned events, which could have something to do with the complicated locations and plot. Both the cast and crew are upset about this unplanned setback, but they are still dedicated to giving viewers a great show.
As the production team works hard to solve these problems, fans can only hope that they will be solved quickly and that Season 2 of “Yellowstone” will be out soon.
Yellowstone Season 2 Production Delayed
The Writers Guild of America (WGA) strike has caused the filming of the second season of the “1923” prequel to “Yellowstone” to be delayed. The second season of the Paramount+ series ‘Yellowstone’ prequel ‘1923’ was scheduled to begin filming in June, but it has now been postponed ‘indefinitely.
A second season of 1923 was previously confirmed by Paramount+. There will be eight episodes in the series. The new generation of Duttons was presented in “1923.” Harrison Ford, Helen Mirren, Darren Mann, Brandon Sklenar, Michelle Randolph, Marley Shelton, Brian Geraghty, James Badge Dale, Aminah Nieves, Julia Schlaepfer, and Jerome Flynn all appear in the film “1923.”
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The Writers Guild of America (WGA), which has more than 11,500 members, has slowed down late-night programming and postponed high-profile projects like a new season of Netflix’s “Stranger Things” and a “Game of Thrones” spinoff for Warner Bros. Discovery’s HBO. Since May 2, the WGA has been on strike.
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