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1923 announces major Yellowstone prequel season 2 update  

1923 has confirmed a significant adjustment for its forthcoming second season.  

While the majority of the first season of the Yellowstone prequel show was recorded in Butte, Montana (the show's setting), season two will apparently be shot at ATX Studios in Austin, Texas (via Austin Business Journal).  

JP Gallagher, chief executive of Butte-Silver Bow County, expressed disappointment with the decision to film the second season in Texas in an interview with the Montana Standard.  

He went on to say, "We respect the production team's decision and recognize that these choices are influenced by factors beyond our control."  

"We were in talks with the production about 1923 coming back to Butte because of the positive experience they had here, but state tax incentive programs were a major factor for the production to move to Texas."  

The first season of 1923 premiered on Paramount+ in 2022, following Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren's characters Jacob and Cara Dutton as they contend with a series of pandemics, droughts, and the repeal of Prohibition in 1920s Montana.  

In an interview with Fox News in January, actor Brandon Sklenar stated that production would resume soon.   

He also expressed his excitement to work with Ford and Mirren again, citing the fact that his character Spencer did not appear alongside them in season one.  

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