A prequel to the Yellowstone series, 1883 embarks on a journey to the wild wild west. The series follows the story of Dutton family, who, in their quest for a better standard of living, migrated into the US. They started their journey from the small town of Fort Worth in Texas and carried on to the state of Montana.
Upon reaching Montana, they take hold of farmland, naming it the Yellowstone Ranch. Taylor Sheridon, who is the writer of the show Yellowstone, is the creator of the drama series. The Paramount+ special is produced by Mike Jarret and David Hutkin. The hit air for the first time on January 19, 2021.
Where to watch it?
The eighth episode will release on February 13, 2022. People can watch it on Paramount+, the official streaming platform to the show also on the Paramount network. Viewers will get a one-month free trial during this which they can watch the show. Fans can also watch the show on Amazon Prime with an extra subscription as the show is available as an extended channel.
The show is also available on Comcast Xfinity, WoW, U-Verse, Verizon Fios, Spectrum, AT&T, and Dish. Along with this, the show is also available on Sling TV, Philo and fuboTV.
What to know before watching?
The prequel to the show Yellowstone the show explores the family history of the Dutton family who traveled into the West chasing their American Dream. 1883 focuses on the ancestors or the Dutton family, their origin story. Written by the very talented Taylor Sheridan, the show is mostly based in Texas and Montana. The caravan will set off again is episode 8, trying to cover as much of the land as possible.
So far, nature has been kind to the wanderers, but she on goers are still rattled from the effects of the tornado. The responsibility to keep the campers from getting demotivated is taken by Josef. With no wagons left to carry them, the campers must come up with an effective way to move cautiously in a land infested with bandits. Thomas, Shea’s, and James recent clash with the cattle rustlers are evidence of their inability to fight such battles.
Hence this episode might mark their return to guerilla warfare. Sam, Charles Goodnight, and a few others might help the Comanche warriors locate themselves through the Indian territories. But it seems from the promo that the city of Kansas, Wyoming, and Colorado will prove a Hazzard in the days to come. Hence a strong strategy for survival is very important for the campers.
Tim McGraw, Isabel May, and Faith Hill play the roles of James, Elsa, and Margaret Dutton. Sam Elliot has taken the role of Shea Brennan. Alongside them, there’s Marc Rissman, Eric Nelson, James Herbert, LaMonica Garret, and Audie Rick as the supporting cast. Recurring members include Billy Bob Thromton, Alex Fine, Martin Sensmeier, Fiamora, Noah Le Gros.
Episode 7: A Recap
The 7th episode seven of the show proved to be one of the most terrifying yet visually enchanting episodes of the series to date. As we saw the caravan get followed on its way into the Native American land. However, problems are askew as the group encounters multiple barriers.
Viewers are treated with a very raw and vivid portrayal of the West of the 19th century. The episode bravely portrays the various conflicts between Man vs. Nature, Man vs. Man, and Man vs. Self utilizing all the character growth we’ve seen in the campers so far.