Craft Considerations
Costume designer Janie Bryant tells IndieWire about the wide array of cultures and traditions that informed the thousands of costumes in "1923."
Gold in Them Thar Hills
Handmade saddles and bespoke horseshoes don’t come cheap — but as Sheridan told a cattle convention earlier this year, making TV shows that ranchers believe in is why his shows succeed.
Spoilers ahead! The "1923" finale tore our hearts out and stomped on them — but some of this pain is necessary to deliver something new in Season 2.
The hit Paramount+ series pairs well with Showtime’s “Murder in Big Horn,” about how colonization contributes to crimes against Indigenous communities today.
"1923," "Back to the Future," and a bunch of dog shows are some of the programming options available for non-sports fans.
"This was the running joke," co-star James Badge Dale said of filming the Paramount+ prequel series.
"I admire it...but this is a different period in time, so it is a very different feel," Ford tells IndieWire about "Yellowstone" comparisons.
"Which Duttons live or die?" makes for an odd central question in the latest "Yellowstone" addendum, as well as the premiere's only discernible suspense.
The Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren-led Western premieres December 18.
The next few weeks will bring series starring Helen Mirren, Michelle Yeoh, Alfred Molina, Morris Chestnut, Jessica Chastain, Olga Kurylenko, and Harrison Ford.
The prequel series premieres via simulcast on Sunday, December 18.
The Paramount+ series premieres on Sunday, December 18.
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