Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren are expected to star in a new series, which currently bears the name "1932" and will be launched towards the end of the year on the streaming service Paramount Plus.
This is actually a prequel to the series "Yellowstone" - the successful soap opera Western with Kevin Costner, which is currently airing in its fourth season.
This is actually the second significant television project that Ford has joined this year.
About a month ago it was reported that the veteran actor is expected to star alongside Jason Siegel in Shrinking, a comedy series from Apple TV that deals with a psychologist (Siegel) who is facing a major crisis in his life, and as a result begins to reveal to his patients what he really thinks about them. The laws of medical ethics.
In this series, which is also expected to air this year, Ford will play Siegel's mentor who suffers from Parkinson's.
The two new series are in fact the first major television projects in the long and extensive career of Harrison Ford, who has yet to abandon cinema and will star next summer in the fifth film in the "Indiana Jones" series.
"1932," in which Ford will star alongside Miran, will show viewers an introduction to another generation of the Dutton family and its experiences over the years.
The new series will continue the plot of "1883" and take place during the Great Depression and the Great Depression.
Although the roles of 79-year-old Ford and 76-year-old Miran have yet to be revealed - it is likely that they will play two of John Dutton's ancestors, possibly his grandparents.
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