‘1883’: Is the Third Episode Airing on Paramount Network?

by Maggie Schneider
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Will the third episode of “1883” be broadcast on Paramount Network? Here’s everything you need to know about the latest installment.

The third episode of “Yellowstone” prequel “1883” is now streaming via Paramount+. Fans who are not subscribers to the platform are wondering if the new installment will air on Paramount Network.

I have some bad news, “Yellowstone” fans. The answer is no. As of right now, Paramount Network has no plans to broadcast episode 3, or any other upcoming episodes of “1883.” Instead, they will be showing the first two episodes of the series back to back following the season finale of “Yellowstone” next week.

This is a smart marketing strategy for the network. They want “1883” viewers to subscribe to the streaming platform. This is why they want to hook fans in first. A similar move was made for the series “Mayor of Kingstown.”

Episode 3 of “1883”

No spoiler alerts here! If you have not yet watched episode 3 of “1883,” here is a quick description for you.

“James butts heads with Shea and Thomas about an important decision. Tensions rise in camp when an accusation is made. Elsa begins a flirtation with a cowboy.”

The trailer for the show’s latest installment is full of action. It leaves fans feeling hooked and wanting answers.

“Is there anything more perfect than Sam Elliot as a cowboy? I think not,” @danielletheokayestmom writes.

“There’s just never enough 😢❤️ I’m ready for more!” @mama_kaykay_ adds.

Tim McGraw: Working On “1883”

“1883” star Tim McGraw loves working on the show. Calling the experience incredible, he shares with fans how he landed the part.

“The way it worked with Taylor was, my agent said Taylor wants your number. Yes, give it to him,” McGraw says. “He asked if I was a fan of Yellowstone, and I said of course I was. He asked if I would like to be on the show. I told him I’d love to do it, but I didn’t want to just be some sort of singing cowboy that comes on and gets taken to the train station or something like that. He goes, well, I might have an idea. Give me a week or so. And then, he called me back, and he told me the idea that he had, to do a flashback scene with me as the original Dutton who founded the Yellowstone Ranch. And I thought, now, that’s interesting. I really like that. And that is how the whole ball started rolling.”

We are so happy it did. McGraw hopes that viewers are enjoying the wild ride as much as he is.

“Working on @1883official has been incredible… and we’re just getting started!!

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