Sundays are getting stale for Taylor Sheridan fans with nothing new to watch. The second half of Yellowstone Season 5 premiered on Paramount Network on January 1, 2023, and the remaining six episodes will air in the summer of 2023. This past week (February 26), Paramount+ aired the season finale of Sheridan’s
popular Yellowstone prequel 1923, and on March 19, Paramount+ will air the season finale of Mayor of Kingstown, the second and final season of the show. Hold on, though; it gets better! Not a Sheridan show, but don’t miss next week’s season finale of The Last of Us on HBO! (March 12).
Lucky for us, on Sunday, March 26, both the second season of Showtime’s Yellowjackets and the final season of HBO’s Succession will premiere. Okay, so let’s rewind to 1923, shall we? Is there going to be a second season of the acclaimed western? Where can I find the film 1923 on the internet? Take a look at this for complete details.
The Season 1 Finale Of “1923” Wrapped Up An Exciting And Brutal First Year In 5 Ways
Oh, “1923,” you thought-provoking, brutal show that is so exciting. Wow, that was quite the ending. We, viewers, need the “1923” ending clarified because we’re still reeling from Timothy Dalton’s BDSM-obsessed villain and the heartbreaking separation of Spencer (Brandon Sklenar) and Alex (Julia Schlaepfer).
As with every episode of the “Yellowstone” franchise, “Nothing Left to Lose” was written by Taylor Sheridan, and the interesting thing about it is that it resolves quite a bit while setting up that much more for the future.
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“1923” hadn’t been picked up for a second season, could this have worked as the series finale? Possibly. There doesn’t seem to be any plans for a second season of “1883,” and “1923” clearly had a lavish budget.
But the show was a success because it featured one of the best TV romances in years between Spencer and Alex, possibly the most searing depiction ever of the horrors at American Indian boarding schools, and then, yes, the star power of Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren, who, as great as they are, are almost an afterthought compared to all these compelling other storylines.
They are not just there to bolster what happens because of their name recognition, or at least they were not expected to do so. Instead, they are playing real characters, the importance of whom rises and falls as it should for any character with a real arc.
What happened in ‘1923’ Episode 7?
In Season 1, Episode 7 of 1923, Jacob Dutton heeds his wife’s counsel and takes legal action against Banner Creighton. When John Sr. is killed in an attack on his family, he goes to the sheriff and has Banner arrested. On the other hand, Donald Whitfield retains a high-priced attorney who assures him that Banner will soon be released from prison.
In the meantime, Whitfield reveals his sadistic side by having two prostitutes whip each other at the house he gave to Banner. When Spencer and Alex get to Italy, they have a bad encounter with Alex’s ex-fiancè.
Teonna Rainwater’s situation seems to be getting worse and worse. Pete Plenty Clouds, Hank’s son, tracks down Runs His Horse, Teonna’s dad, and tells him that his daughter is in danger. Teonna, still in boy’s clothing, is found by two priests who have been searching for her.
When the men finally figure out who she is, they immediately attack. Even though Hank shoots them both and carries Teonna away, one of the priests gets to his feet and kills Hank as he tries to flee. The priest’s death is the result of Teonna’s final blow with the rock.
How To Stream 1923 On Paramount+
Season 1 of 1923 is currently streaming on Paramount+, which is compatible with Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast, and other devices. Paramount+ provides a CBS live stream as part of its Premium Plan, which costs an additional $9.99
per month or $99.99 per year and does not include advertisements. The Essential Plan costs $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year. Showtime and Paramount+ can be purchased together for $11.99 per month.
If Spencer hadn’t defended himself, his assailant would have gone over the side with a header. Only Alex and Jennifer catch a glimpse of the weapon. The former begs the latter to help Spencer, but the latter is quickly arrested and taken to the brig, while Alex is confined to her room.
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