Sylvester Stallone in the TV? Famous actor from movies like rocky y Rambo There will be his debut for a TV series on Hand Paramount +. it’s about Tulsa King – Formerly known as Kansas City– Which, by the way, was shown for the first time teaser.
What is the theme of “Tulsa King”?
Now, a veteran and a boxer, he will give life Dwight Manfredi “The General”a New York gang boss who spent 25 years behind bars and was eventually released.
The bad news for him is that his boss is sending him to Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he’ll have to keep working, but now he’ll be practically alone.
Feeling ‘exiled’ and without any kind of support in the new city of Manfredi He decides to start his criminal empire Recruit a team of allies, whom he will meet throughout his “new life”.
The 30-second teaser, which was posted on June 15, shows some photos where Stallone is seen inside the prison, when he leaves, arriving in Oklahoma and some of the situations in which he is involved in his new home.
Tulsa King Will premiere in flow November 13th via Paramount + With two episodes later, it will be a weekly chapter.
It should be noted that this is the exact date of the United States, although it is likely that it will be the same in Latin America; These types of details will be released later.
also, The first two episodes will also air on Paramount Channel on November 13 and 20after the fifth season of Yellowstonewhich will also be shown for the first time.
What do you know about the series?
Tulsa King count by one Division Very diverse headed by Sylvester Stallone. In addition, she will have the talent of such actors as:
- Andrea Savage (I am sorry)
- Martin Star (Silicon Valley)
- Max Casella (tender bar)
- Dominique Lombardozi (Irish)
- Vincent Piazza (Empire Corridor)
- Jay Will (The Marvelous Miss Maisel)
- AC Peterson (Superman and Louis)
- Garrett Hedlund (United States vs Billie Holiday)
This new series will be produced by Sheridan, Winter, Stallone, David C. Glaser, Ron Burkell, Bob Yari, David Hotkin and Allen Coulter.
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