Tulsa King season 2 is coming and fans can’t wait for a new season of Sylvester Stallone banished by the mafia, but the mafia life can never leave him.
In season one of the crime drama TV series it followed the gripping tale of Dwight “The General” Manfredi.
Once upon a time he was a New York Mafia capo, who after serving a 25-year prison sentence finds himself banished to Tulsa, Oklahoma, by his crime boss, when he was expecting a huge pay day for doing his time in jail.
The show is slightly reminiscent of Lilyhammer that featured Sopranos star (Steven Van Zandt) as a mafia member starting a new life in Norway.
Tulsa King season 2
Paramount+ has already given the go-ahead for Tulsa King season two.
Late last year, the streaming service promised an even more action-packed and thrilling experience, with Sylvester Stallone remaining as the lead man, taking Tulsa down.
But there have been a couple of major issues with the production.
First showrunner Terence Winter departed due to “creative differences” with Taylor Sheridan, and like many other shows and films the on-going strike in Hollywood is causing major delays.
Stallone is supporting the writers strike, however he has admitted that it has held back productions and even name checked Tulsa King.
In an interview with Newsweek, Stallone said, “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.”
Tulsa King season 2 will likely release in late 2024.