Paramount + releases the teaser for the highly anticipated series “1923” with Harrison Ford

Paramount finally decided to lift the veil on a long-awaited TV series discussed in recent months, and also confirmed its arrival during 2023 on its Paramount + service of the same name. Not only that, the excellent news is that we can also enjoy the first teaser while waiting for the full trailer. We are talking about the highly anticipated drama series, 1923played by the Oscar winner, Helen Mirren and Oscar nominee Harrison Ford.

Created by nominee Taylor Sheridan, the series is set in the year that gives it the title and to better understand what it’s going to be, we came across the official synopsis.

The year 1923, the next chapter in the Dutton family’s story, will usher in a new generation of Duttons led by Patriarch Jacob (Ford) and Mother Kara (Merryn). The series will explore the early 20th century as plagues, historic droughts, the end of Prohibition and the Great Depression plague the Mountain West and the Duttons who call it home.

In addition to Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren, 1923 also starred Darren Mann (Animal Kingdom), Michelle Randolph (A Snow White Christmas), James Badge Dale (Hightown), Marley Shelton (Scream), Brian Geraghty (Big Sky), and Amina Nevis Blueberry ) and Jerome Flynn (Game of Thrones).

1923 is produced by MTV Entertainment Studios, 101 Studios, and Bosque Ranch Productions, and executive produced by Taylor Sheridan, John Linson, Art Linson, David C. Glaser, Ron Burkle, David Hotkin, Bob Yary, and Ben Richardson. Since we are talking about Paramount +, it is recent news that, similar to what happened with other services, the price of Paramount Plus is also expected to increase: this was revealed by the company’s CFO Naveen Chopra on the occasion of the publication of the financial results for the third quarter.

While we wait to find out an official date or first trailer, we just have to enjoy the recently released unedited teaser. good vision.

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