‘Tulsa King’ teaser: Sylvester Stallone returns in action-packed thriller


Paramount+ has officially set the premiere date for the highly anticipated Season 2 of ‘Tulsa King,’ featuring Sylvester Stallone.

The series is scheduled to debut on Sunday, September 15, in the United States and Canada, with an international rollout across Paramount+ markets starting Monday, September 16.

To accompany the announcement, Paramount+ released a gripping first-look teaser trailer for Season 2. The trailer offers fans a glimpse into the continued saga of Stallone’s character, Dwight, as he navigates the complexities of his criminal empire in Tulsa. “Tulsa belongs to me now,” declares Dwight in the trailer, setting the tone for the intense conflicts to come.

According to the official Season 2 synopsis obtained by Deadline, Dwight and his loyal crew face new challenges from rival forces, including the Kansas City mob and a formidable local businessman, as they establish their dominance in Tulsa. Amid these threats, Dwight must safeguard his family and allies while managing his intricate web of dealings. Additionally, his past in New York presents unfinished business that demands his attention.

‘Tulsa King’ boasts a stellar ensemble cast, including Martin Starr, Jay Will, Max Casella, Vincent Piazza, Tatiana Zappardino, Annabella Sciorra, Neal McDonough, Frank Grillo, Domenick Lombardozzi, Andrea Savage, Garrett Hedlund, and Dana Delany, each bringing depth to their respective roles, as reported by Deadline.

Currently filming in Oklahoma and Atlanta, ‘Tulsa King’ is helmed by executive producers Taylor Sheridan, Terence Winter, and Craig Zisk. The series is a production of MTV Entertainment Studios and 101 Studios exclusively for Paramount+, with distribution handled by Paramount Global Content Distribution.

Fans can anticipate a thrilling continuation of Dwight’s journey, filled with power struggles, alliances, and the complexities of underworld dynamics. ‘Tulsa King’ Season 2 promises to deliver on its reputation for intense drama and compelling storytelling.

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