The limited series prequel to Yellowstone, 1883, is no longer just for streaming. Paramount Network has announced a special broadcast of the entire series starting this June and fans all over the nation are excited!
So, if you missed out on watching the show’s original run between December 2021 and February 2022 on Paramount+, now is your chance to catch up on every single episode starting on Sunday, June 18 at 8 PM ET/PT.
For those who may not be familiar with the show, 1883 follows the story of the Dutton family’s earlier generation as they journey westward through the American frontier in search of a new life in Oregon, but end up settling up roots in Montana.
And if that wasn’t enough to grab your attention, the series stars none other than country music power couple, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, as James and Margaret Dutton.
These two have made a name for themselves in the world of country music, but their acting skills are also something to be admired.
But that’s not all – 1883 also boasts an incredible supporting cast including the likes of Sam Elliott, Billy Bob Thornton, and Isabel May.
And now, with the upcoming Paramount Network broadcast, fans will get even more insight into the making of the series. Each episode will have extended featurettes at the end, giving viewers an even deeper understanding of what went into bringing this incredible story to life.
The news of 1883’s special broadcast is especially exciting for fans of Yellowstone, as the show is currently in the midst of its fifth and final season.
But fear not, because with 1883 you can continue to immerse yourself in the world of the Dutton family and the Yellowstone Ranch. And with the added bonus of behind-the-scenes content, you’ll feel like you’re right there on set with Tim, Faith, and the rest of the cast.
So, mark your calendars for this June and get ready to experience 1883 like never before. Whether you’re a diehard Tim McGraw and Faith Hill fan, a Yellowstone fanatic, or simply a lover of good storytelling, this limited series is not to be missed.