Yellowstone Spinoff, 1923, Gets Major Filming Update

The acclaimed Yellowstone spinoff series, 1923, could be closer to getting cameras rolling after a long production delay due to last year’s WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes. A new report offers a major progress update on Season 2 of the Taylor Sheridan-created series.

Per Statesman, a new document from the City of Austin has revealed that 1923 Season 2 will begin production in July in Austin, Texas. Principal photography for the Western drama series is expected to run through the summer, concluding in September, with all production operations happening in Austin.

Furthermore, the document revealed additional production details for 1923 Season 2. The listed budget for the upcoming season is $150 million, with the document also breaking down the cost for Greater Austin taxpayers. The document didn’t indicate a potential release window despite the new production information. With principal photography due to run into September, it likely means Season 2 won’t hit screens until deep into 2025 given the extensive post-production process.

1923 Season 2 Was Delayed Due to the Strikes

Work on 1923 Season 2 was suspended indefinitely last June at the height of the Hollywood labor stoppages. No subsequent updates on the series came until January, when star Brandon Sklenar revealed he was preparing for “cowboy camp,” hinting that production on the series would start soon. The series switched to Austin for production after primarily filming Season 1 in Montana, with additional shoots taking place in Malta, Kenya, Tanzania and South Africa.

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