Today, we’re going to dive deep into all the details about Tulsa King season 2. In addition to the Yellowstone franchise, last year saw the debut of Tulsa King, the mob drama featuring Sylvester Stallone in his inaugural lead television role. The Taylor Sheridan empire is growing ever larger with some of the most promising shows starring the biggest stars in the industry.

Ever since Paramount+ announced that the Sylvester Stallone show will be renewed for a second season, fans have been intrigued to know more about the details. Here’s what we know about Tulsa King season 2 so far.

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Tulsa King Season 2 Plot

Paramount+ has been keeping the details about Tulsa King season 2 under wraps. As the series hasn’t begun filming yet and a new showrunner is taking the reins, it’s unclear what direction the plot is headed in. The final moments of the first season suggest that Tulsa King season 2 could continue with Stallone’s Manfredi as the focus.

The very first season saw Stallone’s character on a journey from New York to Tulsa after being released from jail. He was assigned by the Invernizzi family to create a strong crime ring in the center of Oklahoma.

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Manfredi’s rise as a powerful figure in Tulsa’s disordered criminal sphere progressed during season one. Nevertheless, he was faced with a critical danger by the end of the exciting season finale. Manfredi had been tricked by Stacey and was now in a precarious legal situation, causing his life to be reversed.

In the thrilling finale of season one, Dwight and his group succeeded in eliminating Waltrip Waltrip (played by Ritchie Coster)’s rival biker gang. Despite that, Dwight could not escape his enemies. One of them was Stacy Beale, who was his romantic interest in the first season, yet she ultimately deceived him, which caused his apprehension.

Dwight’s drama is far from over as Stacy is closely following his actions. Chickie, the new leader of the Invernizzi family, is out for revenge after Dwight cut ties with him. We anticipate a plethora of issues (and excitement) coming up for Dwight and the group. It is possible there might be some fresh faces in Tulsa King season 2, further escalating the risky revenge stories and thrilling drama.

Sylvester Stallone, Tulsa King

The executives at Paramount have indicated that Tulsa King could follow in the footsteps of Yellowstone and look into the option of creating a spin-off series, either set in Oklahoma or focused on the Invernizzi crime family.

Tulsa King Season 2 Cast

It is expected that all the beloved characters from the Tulsa King series will remain for season two, as nobody was eliminated in the finale of the first season. Stallone’s New York mafia don is anticipated to make a reappearance, with some of the original cast coming back as well as some potential newcomers.

Tulsa King, Sylvester Stallone

Here’s a list of cast members who will be returning in Tulsa King season 2. However, there may be new additions to the list that haven’t been announced yet.

Tulsa King Season 2 Release Date

The Hollywood entertainment industry is in a state of turmoil due to the ongoing strikes, causing a shift in focus of production houses. This has resulted in a few series being canceled, while some have been delayed. Furthermore, fans are increasingly frustrated, demanding answers and quicker release of their beloved shows.

Stallone has also shown his support for the WGA strike. He told Newsweek,

“It’s definitely affecting work because we can’t move forward with a lot of projects, especially Tulsa King. But I think it’s changed so much that the writers do have a serious gripe. They’re in a grievance that it’s changed. There’s not enough work to keep all these writers going and then they’re living under this cloud of AI. It’s a very terrifying time to be a writer.”

Despite the announcement of Tulsa King season 2 all the way back in 2022, Paramount has yet to announce when the series will premiere. This was put on hold in February when showrunner Terence Winter left the series due to “creative differences” with Taylor Sheridan.