It may be a while before we see the Yellowstone finale, but we just got major news about another show in the Yellowstone universe: 1883.
Fans of the Tim McGraw-led series now have the opportunity to purchase all 10 episodes of the limited series on Amazon Prime Video. According to the streaming site, viewers could choose to buy each episode of 1883 at $2.99, or pay for the entire season at once for a total of $24.99.
That probably has a lot of people wondering how else they can take in the spin-off. Luckily, we’ve got all the answers for you.
How to watch 1883
Besides buying each episode on Amazon, the best way to watch the show is to stream it on Paramount+. You can watch the first one completely free, but after that, you’ll need a subscription, which runs $5.99 a month. You do get a free-trial for a week, so you can always cancel if you don’t think it’s worth it! Although, if you’re a fan of the Yellowstone world, you’ll likely want to keep it as the other series, including 1923, Lawmen: Bass Reeves,Mayor of Kingstown and the soon-to-be-released 6666, are or will be on there.
The original Yellowstone is only available on Peacock now.
Because of how quickly things can change in the streaming world, however, it might be worth it to buy the episodes outright so you always have them.
Will there be a season 2 of 1883?
As for whether 1883 will ever come back for season 2, it doesn’t seem likely at the moment. Taylor spoke out on this subject in February 2022, telling Deadline that the series was “a peek through time to show you this one specific journey.” But that doesn’t mean this era of Yellowstone will not continue to be shown, because Lawmen: Bass Reeves, starring David Oyelowo, is set to take place within a similar timeframe.
Fans can get a sneak peek at what’s to come thanks to a teaser trailer that dropped on Instagram.
“The legend you know. The truth you don’t,” reads the official caption. “David Oyelowo is Bass Reeves. Lawmen: Bass Reeves premieres this fall, exclusively on #ParamountPlus.”
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