Tulsa King Season 2 Release Date – When Is It Coming To Paramount+?

Tulsa King Season 2 Release Date – When Is It Coming To Paramount+?

Tulsa King is a crime drama series that was created by Taylor Sheridan with Terence Winter showrunning for Paramount+.

The series stars Sylvester Stallone in his first leading role in a scripted television series. He plays a Mafia capo named Dwight “The General” Manfredi, who has just been released from a 25-year prison sentence.

Upon release, his boss sends him to Tulsa, Oklahoma, to establish a new criminal empire.

It's a terrific show and we've already binged the first season, so we're ready for a second! Thankfully we know that Tulsa King has been renewed for a second season​.

So we know that Tulsa King season 2 is on the way – the big question is when will it be on Paramount+?


Those in charge at the various streaming platforms know a good thing when they see it. And that includes Paramount+ who quickly renewed Tulsa King, just a couple of weeks after the first episode dropped.

And surprisingly, it's a show that didn't take very long to get from filming to release. In fact, season one took only nine months from day one of shooting to airing.

There's no word as to whether or not filming for the show has started back. However, given how quickly the show was renewed, we expect to see Tulsa King season 2, in late 2023 or early 2024.


So far, Paramount+ has delivered 9 episodes of Tulsa King in the first season.

Season one begins with Dwight's release from prison and his subsequent move to Tulsa, where he begins establishing his criminal empire with the help of his new recruits, Tyson Mitchell and Lawrence “Bodhi” Geigerman.

As the season progresses, Dwight faces various challenges, including an assassination attempt, conflicts with local biker gangs, and personal issues with his estranged daughter.

Despite these obstacles, he continues to expand his operations, often using unorthodox methods and making unlikely alliances​.

He initiates a rivalry with the notorious gangster Caolan Waltrip and starts selling nitrous oxide with a group of misfits he gathers together.

These endeavours prove fruitful in the final two episodes of season 1 of Tulsa King before a suspenseful cliffhanger threatens to bring down the General's empire.

So can he make it work in Oklahoma? Watch Tulsa King to find out!


In the season 1 finale of Tulsa King, we learn the truth behind Dwight Manfredi's imprisonment many years ago.

Surprisingly, it is revealed that he took the blame for a murder that Chickie was actually responsible for. As a result of his lengthy prison sentence, Dwight's daughter Tina grew up without ever knowing her father, unaware that it was Chickie's actions that led to his incarceration.

After establishing the backstory, the final episode brings us back to the present day. Dwight confronts Chickie and sends him back to New York.

Next, Dwight's strategic thinking shines through as he outwits Caolan Waltrip, the leader of the rival gang known as the Black MacAdams. He manipulates Caolan into launching an attack on Mitch's bar, resulting in a gunfight where the rival boss is shot.

So with his enemies done and dusted, things were looking good for Dwight. That is until he was arrested by ATF agents. So can Dwight avoid prison?

Ideally he will figure a way out of incarceration. However, Stallone was dubious about even starring in a second season so he may go to prison, reducing his role in the show, as creators come up with a new direction to go in.

For now though, that's simply speculation and we'll have ot wait until closer to the time to find out what Taylor Sheridan has in store for us.


Tulsa King has received a mixed response from critics and audiences. On IMDb, it has a rating of 8.1/10​1​, which suggests that many viewers enjoy the show.

However, as usual critics haven't taken to it as keenly. It has been criticised for being heavy on clichés and for being too focused on the fish-out-of-water trope.

Whether or not Tulsa King is worth watching will depend on your personal preferences. If you enjoy crime dramas, and don't mind a show that leans into genre tropes, then you'll like it.

If you're looking for something more innovative or groundbreaking, you may want to consider other options.

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