sadly not, been delayed similar to yellowstone ( later this year ) , also series 2 has been delayed indefinitely due to writers strike
This was / is a problem for me. Not much to admired about the lot of them.I enjoyed 1883 and 1923. The first couple is series of Yellowstone were great, but then it became a bit monotonous. Have a problem, kill it or beat it up. And there’s not a character I like in the Dutton family. I can’t believe that Beth would get away with everything.
Could have done with her going early doors. The show is brilliant but frustrating as out. The actress who plays Monica claimed to be part Native American when it apparently isn’t true as well, which makes her more annoying.Haha aye she's one of the main bugbears like, a constant joy vacuum.
Haha didn't know that like aye I enjoyed that was depressing but suited the era and style and showed how hard life will have been back then I thought. Enjoyed 1923 as well but not sure when that's back.Could have done with her going early doors. The show is brilliant but frustrating as out. The actress who plays Monica claimed to be part Native American when it apparently isn’t true as well, which makes her more annoying.
Have you seen 1883?
Writers strike has scuppered schedules. Now there’s an actors strike.new series must be due back soon
won't affect Kevin CostnerWriters strike has scuppered schedules. Now there’s an actors strike.
The problem with a lot of shows these days is that the writers don’t know if they’re writing for a show that will be brutally cancelled after five episodes or if it will run for several ‘seasons’. They have to plan for short, medium and long term story arcs, and if the show is a success they have to keep the winning formula but move things along too (and keep the gravy train rolling) And at some point they have to plan an end point. Mad Men is a great example of how they quit while ahead and called it off properly. Game of Thrones - not so much!
Monica is a wad but total mood Hoover like. The kind of bewer you’d be chuffed to get with at first then after some time start looking at the shotgun and thinking “it’s either you or me heffa!”
Oof! Harsh but fair.won't affect Kevin Costner
A groan from the audience for arguably the biggest star in the World at the time?! Bullshit, he had an incredible run of box office and critical success pre Waterworld. Oh and Waterworld is a good film.Oof! Harsh but fair.
He used to be about as wooden as a fence post for me, but he’s done OK in this.
I remember going with a lass to see ‘Legends of the Fall’ and ‘Waterworld’ was one of the trailers. The Universal globe logo came up and was suddenly covered in water (nice touch) then that fella’s dramatic voice over “In a world …” (I might have made that up!) - you could tell everyone in the cinema was intrigued then the camera focussed in on Costner and there was a massive collective groan from the audience.