Tulsa King review: Yellowstone creator’s Stallone show is accidentally funny


There are two reasons that Paramount Plus is hoping you’ll check out Tulsa King. The first is hard to miss: Sylvester Stallone, one of the few septuagenarian brick houses walking the Earth, stars in it, his first role in a TV series. The second is creator Taylor Sheridan, the man behind the powerhouse TV series Yellowstone and its growing number of spinoffs (of which Tulsa King is not one… yet.) Together, these two names suggest a vibe, and that vibe is manly men man-show.

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