Check out the C&I editors’ picks for some of the year’s most exciting upcoming TV and film highlights.
From sequels to our favorite films to riveting conclusions of our favorite series, here are some of the Western series and films we are watching out for in 2024.
Horizon: An American Saga
Kevin Costner’s long-awaited epic Western will be released as “A Two-Part Theatrical Event” June 28 and Aug. 16.
Place Of Bones
Heather Graham leads the cast of director Audrey Cummings’ western, set in 1876 and centered around a homesteading woman and her daughter suddenly facing threatening outlaws on their land.
The INSP network’s limited-run historical western series follows Theodore Roosevelt’s early days as a cattle rancher in the Dakota Territory.
The film that is expected to be Clint Eastwood’s final entry as a director focuses on the turmoil behind the scenes of a high-profile murder trial.
Paramount+ partners with Taylor Sheridan on a modern-day Texas oil drama starring Billy Bob Thornton.
A second season of the hit Yellowstone prequel starring Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren is expected to start production now that Hollywood’s various strikes are settled.
Jason Bateman signed on to direct the story of Allan Pinkerton, who established a famed detective agency in the late 1800s.
Last Train To Fortune
Malcolm McDowell, James Paxton (son of the late Bill Paxton), Bernadette Peters, and Mary Steenburgen star in this film, in which a schoolteacher and a gunslinger take an unlikely journey through the Old West.
Wind River: Rising
The daddy of all blockbuster Taylor Sheridan shows will come back to film the last half of its final season now that the strikes are settled. What will become of those Duttons?
This article appears in our January 2024 issue.