Taylor Sheridan has one new show coming to help fans get over Yellowstone ending

Jul 11, 2024

Yellowstone is one of the most popular shows on TV.

Now fans are searching for something to replace it when it goes off the air. 

And Taylor Sheridan has one new show coming to help fans get over Yellowstone ending.

Taylor Sheridan’s new series about the oil business premieres in November

The Paramount Network smash hit Yellowstone is set to wrap up the second half of its fifth and final season starting in November.

But the Yellowstone universe has several spinoffs and a sequel series coming to keep fans entertained.

And Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan is releasing a new series this November, which could be the next big hit on TV.

He’s leaving the Dutton ranch in Montana behind and heading to the oil fields of Texas for his next show.

Sheridan’s Landman takes place in current-day West Texas in the heart of the state’s oil country.

“Set in the proverbial boomtowns of West Texas, Landman is a modern-day tale of fortune-seeking in the world of oil rigs,” the show’s description reads. “Based on the notable 11-part podcast Boomtown, the series is an upstairs/downstairs story of roughnecks and wildcat billionaires fueling a boom so big, it’s reshaping our climate, our economy, and our geopolitics.”

The series features an all-star cast of Billy Bob Thornton, Demi Moore, Jon Hamm, Ali Larter, and Andy Garcia.

Thornton plays the lead role of Tommy Norris, an oil company crisis executive.

Billy Bob Thornton talks about new Taylor Sheridan series 

Thornton told Vanity Fair that he and the crew dealt with grueling heat filming Landman in Texas.

“There were days when I thought, not only me, but everybody on the crew was going to pass out,” Thornton said.

“It was so hot some days, and we’re shooting out at these oil pumpjacks. Do you know what caliche is?” Thornton asked.

The rural roads of Texas are made of caliche, a sedimentary rock made up of calcium carbonate, that kicks up dust when vehicles drive down them.

Thornton said it was one of the biggest challenges of his career.

“We’re on these caliche roads with the rocks in ‘em and stuff, and I’m wearing cowboy boots, and there are scenes where I have to run to the truck,” Thornton recalled. “It’s a hundred degrees with a hundred percent humidity. Jesus Christ, I’m in my 60s! This just sucks. My God, there were days when it was pretty hard. This was probably the hardest thing I ever did.”

Thornton said that the demanding environment was worth it to get a chance to work with Sheridan.

Actress Demi Moore told Vanity Fair that Sheridan has a unique style when it comes to filming.

“Taylor works in a very unique way, and every actor that he meets with — we basically sit down, we hear what he’s looking to do, where he’s looking to go, and we have to say yes or no based on that. There’s no script,” Moore said.

The actress said that Sheridan’s reputation from shows like Yellowstone had her sign up for multiple seasons of Landman before it even aired.

“He thinks way ahead. He’s thinking through not just one season. He’s thinking through an epic story,” Moore said about Sheridan. “He writes incredible, complex, dynamic and delicious women who are powerful, vulnerable, flawed.”

Landman could be the next Taylor Sheridan series to strike gold with fans. 

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