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‘1923’ Renewed for Season 2 at Paramount+

‘1923’ Renewed for Season 2 at Paramount+
1923” has lassoed a second season at Paramount+.

Taylor Sheridan’s “Yellowstone” prequel stars Harrison Ford as Dutton patriarch Jacob and Helen Mirren as his Irish-born wife Cara. The series follows their generation of the Dutton family as they face pandemics, drought and the end of the Prohibition era in 1920s Montana.

1923” proved to be a hit early on, becoming the most-watched Paramount+ premiere of all time in the U.S. with 7.4 million viewers. It also received positive reviews, with Variety critic Joshua Alston writing that “Mirren and Ford – both 80-ish, neither a stranger to action badassery – make for such a potent pairing, their chemistry alone is enough to make ‘1923’ feel like an elevated version of Sheridan’s neo-Western fare.”

In addition to Ford and Mirren, the show stars Brandon Sklenar, Darren Mann, Michelle Randolph, James Badge Dale, Marley Shelton, Brian Geraghty, Aminah Nieves, Jerome Flynn and Julia Schlaepfer.
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Lucifer's Rachael Harris on Linda's Mother of an Episode: 'I Was in a Puddle of Tears Watching That Final Scene'

Lucifer's Rachael Harris on Linda's Mother of an Episode: 'I Was in a Puddle of Tears Watching That Final Scene'
The following contains spoilers from Lucifer Season 5, Episode 13 (“A Little Harmless Stalking”).

Midway through Lucifer Season 5B, Dr. Linda (played by Rachael Harris) made one mother of a sacrifice in the name of protecting Adriana Nassar (returning guest star Alexandra Grossi), the daughter she placed for adoption back when she was a teen.

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Worrying that Adriana was involved in a murder stemming from a real estate/burglary ring,
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Lucifer Season 5 Episode 13 Review: A Little Harmless Stalking

Lucifer Season 5 Episode 13 Review: A Little Harmless Stalking
This Lucifer review contains spoilers.

Lucifer Season 5 Episode 13

“That’s what you get for bringing a beanbag to a demon fight.”

Love is in the air, and as long as the principals don’t overthink things too much, everything should work out that way God intends it. We just don’t know who’ll be taking over should Lucifer’s father make good on his intent to retire. Since a peaceful transfer of power doesn’t appear imminent, “A Little Harmless Stalking” takes the opportunity to deliver some of the series’ most poignant and heartfelt moments, and Lucifer appears on track to continue breaking new ground in its quest to dig deeper into the human psyche.

First things first. Talk about burying the lede. “I’ve just decided. I’m going to be God.” As delicious as it is to consider a replacement for The Man Above, after the last episode,
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