Taylor Sheridan's Prequel Series "1932" at Paramount+ renamed to "1923

Monday's announcement said that 1932, the prequel series, will now be called 1923. It will be set in the New Year.  

The new logline "1923" focuses on the Dutton family as well as their two next generations.  

They are forced to overcome a drought, lawlessness and prohibition, as well as an epidemic of cattle theft. 

All of this took place under the shadows of Montana's Great Depression, which lasted nearly ten years.

It's a continuation to "Yellowstone", the prequel to the movie "1883", in which a family from Duttons moves across America  

to settle in Montana. Paramount+ premiered it in December 2021. It featured Sam Elliott, Faith Hill, and Tim McGraw. Helen Mirren will also star in "1923".

Paramount+ will air "1923", December. It was created by Sheridan, Art Linson, and David C. Glasser. Sheridan is also an executive producer. 

The series was produced by 101 Studios, MTV Entertainment Studios and Bosque Ranch Productions.

Sheridan currently has "1923", a show he is working on in various stages of production. He is currently involved in several projects, including "1883: 

The Bass Reeves Story", which stars David Oyelowo.