The wait for the “Tulsa King” premiere on Paramount Plus is over. The new show starring Sylvester Stallone will start next fall Sunday November 13 (11-13-22)
With two episodes to be broadcast in succession for the official launch of the new series. It will start after the fifth season premiere of “Yellowstone”.
Portions of the new series were filmed in Tulsa, Oklahoma. How cool is that? Many Oklahoma residents have been chosen as extras so you might see someone you know and you’ll surely learn about the landscapes and landmarks when “Tulsa King” begins in November. The new series was created by Taylor Sheridan, the same man who delivered us “Yellowstone” And many other shows on Paramount+ and elsewhere. He will be one of the executive producers and writers working alongside Terence Winter who is best known for his work on The Sopranos.
So, what is “Tulsa King” all about? The new series is a crime/drama show that tells the story of gangster Dwight “General” Manfredi (Sylvester Stallone). aAfter being sent to prison for 25 years, he ended up going to Tulsa, okay. To start a new gang in the mafia service. These are the basics of the new show. Sounds like a really cool story, I’m really looking forward to seeing it and seeing Stallone back in action!
Click play the video below to watch the official trailer for “Tulsa King” on Paramount + channel
I can’t wait to see this. With Sheridan Winter working together on the project, you know it’s going to be EPIC! They both have created amazing shows and are on top of the best writers, producers, and creators. They will be surrounded by top-notch producers and writers including Stallone, David C. Glaser, Ron Burkell, Bob Yari, David Hotkin and Allen Coulter. Braden Aftergood is also set to executive produce.
The Tulsa King staff is legendary as are the writers, producers, and directors. We’ll see Andrea Savage (“I’m Sorry”), Martin Starr (“Silicon Valley”), Max Casella (“The Tender Bar”), Domenick Lombardozzi (“The Irishman”), Vincent Piazza (“Boardwalk Empire”), Jay Weil (” The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”), AC Peterson (“Superman & Lois”) with Garrett Hedlund (“The United States vs. Billie Holiday”). It’s an all-star cast for sure!
Watch Oklahoma’s Most Epic and Unusual Airbnb Rentals!
Take a break from the boring and the ordinary and make your next night’s stay more exciting and unforgettable. These rentals are so much more than just a place to stay, they can all easily be a vacation destination and experience all on their own! If you’re planning a stay or vacation in Oklahoma, you should definitely check out these epic and unusual Airbnb rentals versus booking a plain old room in a motel or motel. You can make your stay part of the experience itself by staying at any of these great spots in the Sooner State. Scroll through the gallery below to check them out.
John Wayne: Museum of the American Experience Ft. Worth, Texas.
If you are a fan of Duke then take a trip to Ft. Worth a visit to John Wayne: Museum of the American Experience. It is located in Ft. Worth the barn at 2501 Rodeo Plaza. The gallery below is not even close to half of what you see there. With 10,000 square feet and numerous rooms, the gallery contains everything from John Wayne’s early childhood to his later days. You can get up close and personal with all the costumes, wardrobe, and props that John Wayne has used in his films and throughout his career. Besides all the great performances throughout the gallery, there are Duke quotes, interactive videos and audio clips, and most, if not all walls are covered in murals of photographs and collages of the Duke.
Look Inside This $6,950,000 EPIC Mansion in Oklahoma!
Take a tour of this amazing mansion in Oklahoma City, well, this one is for sale. if you own 6,950,000 dollars You can be the proud new owner of this one-of-a-kind property. located in 9200 N. Sooner Road in Oklahoma City, OK. It is listed by Kermit Brown of Chinowth & Cohen Realtors. Can you imagine actually living here? Scroll through all the photos to take a look inside and take a virtual tour of OKC’s one-of-a-kind mansion.
Exhibition “Clint Eastwood: A Cinematic Legacy” Dallas, Texas.