“Tulsa King” Season 2: All About the Crime Drama Starring Sylvester Stallone

From the release date and cast to the plot and trailer, here’s everything to know about 'Tulsa King' season 2

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Sylvester Stallone in 'Tulsa King'

Get ready for more action, crime and drama as Paramount+’s Tulsa King returns this fall with a second season.

The series stars Sylvester Stallone as Dwight “The General” Manfredi, a former mob boss establishing a new crime empire in Oklahoma. The season 2 teaser showcases Stallone's Dwight boldly proclaiming, “Tulsa belongs to me now. I don’t answer to any man,” setting the tone for an intense season as Dwight and his crew solidify their empire in Tulsa while facing threats from the Kansas City mob and a powerful local businessman.

The series is executive produced by Yellowstone’s Taylor Sheridan and written by Terence Winter, who has worked on iconic productions like The Sopranos and The Wolf of Wall Street. For season 2, Tulsa King introduced director Craig Zisk to the team.

The journey to the second season of Tulsa King was somewhat tumultuous with Winter initially stepping down as showrunner due to conflicts with producer Sheridan, per The Hollywood Reporter. Winter later returned as the series' lead writer, while Zisk assumed production responsibilities. Despite some controversy on set, including reports of mistreatment of extras (which Zisk has denied), the show prevailed.

Here’s everything to know about Tulsa King season 2.

What happened at the end of Tulsa King season 1?

<p>Brian Douglas/Paramount+</p> Scene from 'Tulsa King' season 1

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Scene from 'Tulsa King' season 1

The season 1 finale of Tulsa King was packed with significant plot developments. It’s revealed that the 25-year prison sentence Dwight served before coming to Tulsa was to cover for Chickie (Domenick Lombardozzi). In the present, Dwight confronts Chickie, who demands a share of his Tulsa operations, but Dwight sends him back to New York without a fight.

Dwight then outsmarts Caolan Waltrip (Ritchie Coster), leader of a rival gang, resulting in Caolan’s death during a bar fight, eliminating his immediate threats. However, during the grand opening of his bar/casino, ATF agents — tipped off by FBI agent Stacey — arrest him, leaving his fate uncertain as the season ends on a cliffhanger.

What is Tulsa King season 2 about?

<p>Brian Douglas/Paramount+</p> Sylvester Stallone in 'Tulsa King' season 1

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Sylvester Stallone in 'Tulsa King' season 1

The series return continues to follow Dwight as he expands and protects his growing empire in Tulsa. The season’s synopsis reveals that Dwight and his crew discover they’re not the only ones eyeing the territory, facing threats from the Kansas City mob and a powerful local businessman.

Who is in the cast of Tulsa King season 2?

The season 2 cast includes returning stars Stallone (Dwight), Martin Starr (Bodhi), Jay Will (Tyson), Max Casella (Armand Truisi), Vincent Piazza (Vince Antonacci), Tatiana Zappardino (Tina), Annabella Sciorra, Domenick Lombardozzi (Charles 'Chickie' Invernizzi), Andrea Savage (Stacy Beale), Garrett Hedlund (Mitch Keller) and Dana Delany (Margaret Devereaux).

What new cast members are joining Tulsa King season 2?

<p>Arnold Jerocki/WireImage; Alberto Rodriguez/Variety via Getty</p> Neal McDonough in 2023; Rich Ting in 2024

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Neal McDonough in 2023; Rich Ting in 2024

Neal McDonough and Rich Ting are joining the cast. Both actors are in all 10 episodes of season 2, per IMDb.

Where was Tulsa King season 2 filmed?

Tulsa King season 2 was filmed in Oklahoma and Atlanta.

Is there a trailer for Tulsa King season 2?

A first-look trailer for season 2 of Tulsa King was released on Jun. 26, 2024. The trailer opens with a voiceover of Dwight as he says, “I was sent to Tulsa and I built something. Now, we have some trouble coming our way."

The clip features shots of action and drama, and Dwight boldly declares, “Tulsa belongs to me now,” as he and his crew prepare to defend their expanding criminal empire.

When does Tulsa King season 2 come out?

Paramount+ has announced that season 2 of Tulsa King will premiere on Sunday, Sept. 15, 2024, in the U.S. and Canada, with international markets following on Monday, Sept. 16.

Where can I watch Tulsa King season 2?

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Sylvester Stallone in 'Tulsa King' season 2

Tulsa King season 2 will be available exclusively on Paramount+. Season 1 began airing on CBS on July 14, 2024, and is available for streaming on Paramount+.

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