Sylvester Stallone on Tulsa King Set and Premiere Date.

Sylvester Stallone ‘s acting career on TV has a start date. Paramount+ said today that ‘Tulsa King’, the longstanding cinema star’s first starring role on tv, will premiere on November 13th.

Following the Season 5 debut of Yellowstone, starring TV star Kevin Costner, the premiere will be simulcast on Paramount Network. On November 20, the cable network will air Episode 2 of Tulsa King behind Yellowstone.

Credits: Christopher Peterson.

Tulsa King, produced by MTV Entertainment Studios and 101 Studios, is Stallone’s first big lead television series after  guesting on many iconic shows in the 1970s, including PoliceStory and Kojak more recently on This Is Us.

Tulsa King is a series directed by Taylor Sheridan and Terence Winter. It’s about a New York mafia capo Dwight ” The General Manfredi (Sylvester Stallone)”. His master summarily reports him to set up a shop in Tulsa, OK, after being released from prison after 25 years.

Realizing that his mafia family may not be looking out for his best interests, Dwight progressively assembles a “crew” of  unusual personalities to assist him in establishing a new criminal empire on what appears to him to be another planet.

Paramount+ gave Sylvester Stallone in Tulsa King an early look. Stallone’s role is referred to as Dwight “The General” Manfredi in the image from the Paramount+ Twitter account.

Sheridan, Winter, Stallone, David C. Glasser, Ron Burkle, Bob Yari, David Hutkin, and Allen Coulter serve as executive  producers on Tulsa King. Braden Aftergood will also serve as an executive producer on the film.

Sylvester Stallone On The Tusla King Set

While filming Paramount+’s gangster drama series Tulsa King, Sylvester Stallone looked dapper in a fitted black suit and a fresh white dress shirt.

On Monday, between takes outside a brownstone in New York City, the Rocky actor, 75, smoked a cigar while standing with one hand in his pocket.

Credits: Christopher Peterson.

The father-of-five looked to be in good spirits as he posed for photos with cops and signed autographs for onlookers.

Stallone was entertaining when he pretended to fist bump a newborn being held in their mother’s arms near the scene.

Credits: Christopher Peterson.

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