The Paramount series Yellowstone has been a massive hit, chronicling the struggles of the Dutton family, owners of one of the largest contiguous cattle ranches in the United States, to keep their land. Now, a new chapter opens with a Yellowstone prequel, 1883: A Yellowstone Origin Story, coming to Paramount+ on Sunday, December 19. Set nearly 130 years before Yellowstone, 1883 looks at the Dutton family before they owned land in Montana as they embark on a western-bound journey through the Great Plains. The series stars Sam Elliott as the leader of their wagon train, with Tim McGraw and Faith Hill as James and Margaret Dutton. They take their young family on the harrowing cross-country journey in a raw and violent look at Western expansion and one family’s dream to find a better future. Read on for more on how to watch 1883.
- Where to Watch 1883: 1883 streams exclusiely on Paramount+. You can stream the first season using this 7-day free trial.
Where To Watch 1883
While Yellowstone airs on the Paramount Network, 1883 is available exclusively the Viacom CBS premium service Paramount+ (which, ironically, does not carry any seasons of Yellowstone). New episodes land on the streaming service each Sunday.
Paramount+ offers a 7-day free trial so that you can try the service with no risk. However, there are two plan options to choose from:
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What About Yellowstone
Despite 1883 being a Yellowstone origin story, the two are airing on different Paramount services and not on Paramount+. However, if you want to watch the contemporary story of the Dutton’s and the border struggle between them, an Indian reservation, and land developers, check out our extensive piece on How to Watch Yellowstone.
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