Taylor Sheridan attends the "1923" Las Vegas premiere screening the Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas on December 03, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada
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The Ultimate Taylor Sheridan Streaming Guide: Where to Watch Everything From 'Sicario' to 'Yellowstone'

It's almost impossible to hear about an upcoming TV series unrelated to Taylor Sheridan. After his 2018 hit Yellowstone debuted on Paramount and became the No. 1 series on cable, the network secured several spinoffs and new shows from the powerhouse writer/director. In recent years, he has primarily focused on TV, but his film projects first catapulted his post-acting career. Sheridan began his on-screen career in 1995 as an actor in the classic series Walker, Texas Ranger. Throughout the years, he's had dozens of acting gigs but is probably best known for his role as Deputy Chief David Hale on Sons of Anarchy. After leaving Sons, he directed his first feature film, Vile, and never looked back.

Vile was a gory horror film released in 2011, a far cry from the Western genre currently defining his career. In a Rotten Tomatoes interview, Sheridan said he didn't consider it his real directorial debut but more a matter of gaining solid experience while helping out a friend's project.

"I kind of kept the ship pointed straight, and they went off and edited, and did what they did," he explained. "I think it's generous to call me the director. ... It was an excellent opportunity to point a camera and learn some lessons that actually benefited me on Wind River."

Since getting his feet wet with Vile, Sheridan has released award-winning feature films including Sicario and Oscar nominee Hell or High Water before successfully venturing into television. It's no surprise that many of his works seem to follow a Western theme, considering Sheridan is a real-life cowboy with a working ranch. While Sheridan spends much of his time behind the scenes of his movies and series, he sometimes makes surprise appearances in his own shows (he plays Travis on Yellowstone).

If it feels overwhelming to tune into every Sheridan project, take relief in knowing all are available to stream. Here's the ultimate guide for all of his major projects (except for Vile, which you can purchase on Prime Video if you're really curious).

Yellowstone (2018-present)

Kelly Reilly and Kevin Costner in "Yellowstone"


A modern take on the classic Western, Yellowstone centers on the dysfunctional Dutton family and their fight to keep their land. Not only does patriarch John Dutton have to battle his own children at times, he constantly has to defend his property from land developers and the neighboring Native American tribe. The show just finished the first half of its fifth season on the Paramount Network, with the second half currently in limbo. Here's a guide to all of the drama surrounding Kevin Costner's reported scheduling conflicts. 

Where to watch: Seasons 1-4 of Yellowstone are available to stream on Peacock. Season 5 is only streaming on live TV subscriptions, such as Fubo TV.

The Last Cowboy (2019-present)

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In this reality series, cowboys and cowgirls compete in horse reining. The winner of the competition wins the grand $1 million prize. Sheridan actually created the event featured in The Last Cowboy, turning it into an annual event. 

Where to watch: Season 1 is available on Paramount+; seasons 2 and 4 are available for purchase on Prime Video.

1883 (2021-2022)

Tim McGraw as James and Faith Hill as Margaret of the Paramount+ original series 1883

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The first prequel to Yellowstone follows the Dutton family in the 1800s as they made their way west from Tennessee. It focuses on the Dutton patriarch, James Dutton; his wife, Margaret; and their two children as they journey through Texas on the way to Montana. The show debuted on Paramount+ in 2021 and only released one season. Its spinoff, Bass Reeves, is set for 2023 release, set during the same time period and bringing to life the story of the real Black cowboy Bass Reeves

Where to watch: Paramount +

1923 (2022-present)

Harrison Ford as Jacob Dutton and Helen Mirren as Cara Dutton of the Paramount+ series 1923

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The second Yellowstone prequel follows the Dutton family through the early 1900s. Though 1923 has an entirely different cast, the story focuses on Jacob Dutton, who is the brother of James from 1883, and James and Margaret's surviving adult children. The family has to contend with a pandemic, Prohibition and the effects of the Great Depression, all while establishing the Yellowstone Ranch. 

Where to watch: Paramount +

The Mayor of Kingstown (2021-present)

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Sheridan co-created this TV crime drama with Hugh Dillon, based on Dillon's childhood memories of the Ontario Kingston Penitentiary. The story centers on "Mayor '' Mike McLusky and the McLusky family, who run the town's penitentiary. The mayor, played by Jeremy Renner, is responsible for brokering deals between the prisoners and some of the guards. Season 2 just wrapped, with plans for season 3 currently unclear as Renner recovers from his near-fatal snowplow accident

Where to watch: Paramount +

Tulsa King (2022-present)

Sylvester Stallone as Dwight "The General" Manfredi of the Paramount+ original series TULSA KING

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Sheridan created and wrote the pilot episode of Tulsa King but hired a team of writers for the show's seasons. Sylvester Stallone stars in the gangster drama, playing the role of Dwight "The General" Manfredi. Manfredi, a mob boss, is finally free after serving a 25-year prison sentence. Instead of being welcomed back into the New York mafia family with open arms, he is sent to live his life in Tulsa, Okla. He starts over, building a team to start a new criminal enterprise. 

Where to watch: Paramount+

Sicario (2015)

Josh Brolin, Benicio Del Toro, Matthew Page, and Emily Blunt in Sicario (2015)

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Sicario was Sheridan's first big breakout film and put his writing and name on the map. The crime thriller focuses on an FBI agent who goes back and forth across the U.S.-Mexico border to take down a powerful drug lord. The stacked cast features Emily Blunt (The English) and Josh Brolin (Outer Range). 

Where to watch: AMC+, rent on Prime Video or AppleTV

Sicario: Day of the Soldado (2018)

Benicio Del Toro in Sicario: Day of the Soldado (2018)


Sheridan followed up his original thriller with a high-stakes sequel. Josh Brolin and Benicio del Toro reprise their roles as they continue to battle the drug war on the U.S.-Mexico border. As with Sicario, Sheridan wrote the screenplay but wasn't the director.

Where to watch: Hulu

Hell or High Water (2016)

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Sheridan's second major film is a Western thriller focusing on a dysfunctional family (kind of his specialty). A father and his ex-con brother team up to save their family ranch by attempting a string of robberies against a bank. To succeed in their heists, the duo will have to get through a longtime Texas ranger, Jeff Bridges, and his partner, Gil Birmingham

Where to watch: Hulu

Wind River (2017)

Wind River

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If we don't count Vile (since Sheridan doesn't), this is his big directorial debut. Wind River takes a deep dive into the Native American experience. A wildlife agent, Cory (Jeremy Renner), stumbles upon a Wyoming crime scene involving an 18-year-old Native American girl. The girl is tragically found dead on the local Indian reservation, and an FBI investigator (Elizabeth Olsen) is sent out to team up with Cory to solve the case. When he wrote this film, Sheridan wanted to highlight the overlooked cases of sexual abuse and murder of Indigenous women. Wind River has a sequel currently in the works, though it's unclear at this point if Sheridan will have any involvement.

Where to watch: Roku, Prime Video

Sons of Anarchy (2008-2010)

Taylor Sheridan in 'Sons of Anarchy'


Sheridan's breakout acting splash was on the hit FX series Sons of Anarchy. The drama focuses on the lives of a motorcycle club in Charming, Calif. While the gang runs a legal automotive business, they also use it as a front for their illegal arms dealing business. The gang continually encounters threats from drug dealers, law enforcement and outsiders who want to end their way of life. Sheridan has been open about the fact that part of the reason he moved on to writing is because he was one of the lowest-paid regulars on his series and knew he deserved better. It seems that he proved he had way more to offer that playing a deputy chief. 

Where to watch: Hulu

Those Who Wish Me Dead (2021)

Angelina Jolie in 'Those Who Wish Me Dead'

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In this thriller, teenager Connor (Yellowstone's Finn Little) witnesses a murder and flees into the Montana wilderness with the assailants on his tail. He receives help from a firefighter, Hannah (Angelina Jolie), as a forest fire threatens their lives. Sheridan directed and co-wrote this adaptation of Michael Koryta's novel.

Where to watch: HBO Max

Without Remorse (2021)

Michael B. Jordan in Without Remorse (2021)

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Not your typical Sheridan project, but don't skip this Tom Clancy adaptation. Sheridan co-wrote the thriller with Will Staples, which stars Michael B. Jordan (Creed) as a Navy SEAL out to avenge his wife's murder.

Where to watch: Prime Video

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