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Tulsa King
A large wooded area with a windmill in the foreground and a cityscape in the background. Text above the city reads "Tulsa King".
Tulsa King Title card
Genre
Created byTaylor Sheridan
ShowrunnerTerence Winter
Starring
Theme music composer
  • Danny Bensi
  • Saunder Jurriaans
Opening themeTulsa King (Official Theme)
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes9
Production
Executive producers
Running time36–43 minutes
Production companies
Original release
NetworkParamount+
ReleaseNovember 13, 2022 (2022-11-13) –
present (present)

Tulsa King is an American comedy and crime drama television series created by Taylor Sheridan for Paramount+. The series stars Sylvester Stallone, marking his first leading role in a scripted television series. Stallone portrays Dwight "The General" Manfredi, a Mafia capo who just got out of prison and is sent to Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he begins to set up a criminal organization. The series also stars Andrea Savage, Martin Starr, Jay Will, Max Casella, Domenick Lombardozzi, Vincent Piazza, A. C. Peterson, Garrett Hedlund and Dana Delany. After receiving an early premiere in theaters on October 29, 2022, the series was released on Paramount+ from November 13 to January 8, 2023. Shortly after premiering, Tulsa King was renewed for a second season which is set to begin releasing on September 15, 2024.

Terence Winter served as the series showrunner for the first season but was demoted to head writer ahead of the second due to "creative differences". Director Craig Zisk oversaw day-to-day production for the second season. Although the first season was largely filmed in Oklahoma City, primary production on the second season relocated to Atlanta after complaints from cast and crew members. Annabella Sciorra, Tatiana Zappardino, Frank Grillo, and Neal McDonough are set to join the second season main cast. Causing a television ratings boost during its linear broadcast on Paramount Network, and a subscription boost on Paramount+, the series received generally positive reviews from critics. Many praised the performance of Stallone but some critics criticized the dialogue and overall story arc. In 2023, Tulsa King was nominated for a Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Award.

Premise[edit]

Dwight "The General" Manfredi is a Mafia capo from New York City who has just finished serving a 25-year prison sentence. Upon release, his boss sends him to Tulsa, Oklahoma, to establish criminal operations there. Not knowing anyone in the area, the General seeks a new crew to help establish his empire. He first meets Tyson Mitchell who he recruits as his driver and acquires financing by threatening and later befriending Lawrence "Bodhi" Geigerman, the owner of a local dispensary. While attempting to grow his enterprise Dwight gains many other associates including Mitch Keller who owns a bar that Dwight frequents. He also initially remains in contact with the syndicate in New York but eventually comes to despise them. Dwight and his crew become enemies with The Black Macadams, an outlaw biker gang. During this time, Dwight struggles with personal and family struggles as a result of his actions. Stacy Beale, an ATF agent and love interest of Dwight's, investigates the actions of Dwight and his crew.

Cast and characters[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Sylvester Stallone as Dwight "The General" Manfredi, a capo in the Invernizzi family who is given Tulsa after serving 25 years in prison for murder.
  • Andrea Savage as Stacy Beale, Manfredi's love interest and a senior ATF agent
  • Martin Starr as Lawrence "Bodhi" Geigerman, a weed dealer recruited by Manfredi to help finance his syndicate
  • Jay Will as Tyson Mitchell, a former taxi driver who becomes Dwight's driver and the first member of the Manfredi syndicate.
  • Max Casella as Armand "Manny" Truisi, a former Invernizzi soldier who made a new life in Tulsa working at Fennario horse ranch, after breaking his vow to the family. He joins Manfredi's crew after unsuccessfully trying to kill him.
  • Domenick Lombardozzi as Don Charles "Chickie" Invernizzi, underboss of the Invernizzi family
  • Vincent Piazza as Vince Antonacci, Chickie's top capo
  • A. C. Peterson as Pete "The Rock" Invernizzi, ailing boss of the Invernizzi family
  • Garrett Hedlund as Mitch Keller, an ex-rodeo star, ex-convict, and current bar owner who is an associate of the Manfredi syndicate
  • Dana Delany as Margaret Devereaux, the owner of the Fennario horse ranch

Recurring[edit]

  • Annabella Sciorra as Joanne Manfredi, Dwight's younger sister
  • Chris Caldovino as Dennis "Goodie" Carangi, long time member and Consigliere of the Invernizzi Family, before joining Manfredi in Tulsa.
  • Ritchie Coster as Caolan Waltrip, the Irish leader of the outlaw biker club "The Black Macadams"
  • Emily Davis as Rochelle "Roxy" Harrington, Manny's co-worker, a Black Macadams old lady, and an informant for Stacy.
  • Ronnie Gene Blevins as Ben Hutchins
  • Barry Corbin as Babe
  • Michael Beach as Mark Mitchell, Tyson's father
  • Tatiana Zappardino as Tina Manfredi-Grieger, a Brooklyn florist and Dwight's estranged daughter
  • Scarlet Rose Stallone as Spencer, a former waitress who Dwight hires to care for his prize horse.
  • Alan Autry as Brian Gillen, former owner of Fennario Ranch and Margaret Devereaux's ex-husband
  • McKenna Quigley Harrington as Grace.
  • Robert Walker Branchaud as Carson Pike
  • Patrick Ian Moore as Jack Paradise.

Episodes[edit]

Series overview[edit]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally released
First releasedLast released
19November 13, 2022 (2022-11-13)January 8, 2023 (2023-01-08)
2TBASeptember 15, 2024 (2024-09-15)[1]TBA

Season 1 (2022–2023)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal release date [2]
11"Go West, Old Man"Allen CoulterTeleplay by : Taylor Sheridan and Terence Winter
Story by : Taylor Sheridan
November 13, 2022 (2022-11-13)[a]
Dwight Manfredi is released from prison 25 years after committing a murder for New York's Invernizzi crime family. Despite refusing to testify against boss Pete "The Rock" Invernizzi and his son, Don Charles "Chickie", Dwight is ordered to Tulsa since the family has no prospects for him in New York. Dwight is furious and punches out one of Chickie's men, Vince. Arriving in Tulsa, he hires his taxi driver Tyson as his associate. Upon learning that weed is legally sold at a local dispensary, Dwight offers "protection" to the owner, Lawrence "Bodhi" Geigerman. As Dwight makes contacts in Tulsa and establishes his base of operations, the FBI learns of his presence and issues a bulletin to all federal agents in Tulsa, including Stacy Beale, an ATF agent who had an anonymous one-night stand with Dwight.
22"Center of the Universe"Allen CoulterTerence Winter & Joseph RiccobeneNovember 20, 2022 (2022-11-20)
Tyson convinces Dwight to get a new drivers' license so he can obtain a debit card for expenses. He then visits Bodhi and insists on meeting with his supplier, Jimmy. After thoroughly educating himself on the intricacies of legalized marijuana, Dwight cuts a more favorable deal with Jimmy for better product. Tyson's father, Mark, grows concerned that his son is throwing away any chance he has of a future by associating with Dwight. Chickie agrees to a request from Vince that he be given a large cash gift from Dwight to squash their beef. Stacy visits Dwight to reveal who she works for; he insists that she has nothing to fear from him. A ranch hand, Armand, discovers Dwight's presence and begins planning to take action against him. Dwight uses his debit card to pay for information on his estranged daughter, Tina. He tries to call her, but she refuses to talk to him after he cut her out of his life 18 years earlier.
33"Caprice"Ben RichardsonRegina CorradoNovember 27, 2022 (2022-11-27)
Stacy is assigned to investigate the Black Macadams, a local biker gang, after a member commits suicide with explosives in his house. During Dwight's driving test, a masked Armand tries to shoot him; Dwight survives, but the experience convinces him to end his relationship with Tyson. However, Tyson, who is infatuated with his new gangster lifestyle, rebuffs Dwight and insists on working as his right-hand man. Dwight brings Bodhi and Mitch in on a scheme to sell nitrous oxide as a party drug during an upcoming Tulsa music festival, convincing Mitch to use his bar as a front to obtain supplies of the gas without suspicion. Stacy reconnects with Dwight after they share dinner, and winds up sleeping with him again. Dwight conducts his own investigation, using various contacts to identify Armand as the shooter. He buys a gun, but while preparing to kill the man at his home, he hesitates after seeing Armand's young son run out to hug him.
44"Visitation Place"Ben SemanoffDave FlebotteDecember 4, 2022 (2022-12-04)
Dwight waits until Armand is alone and then questions him. When Armand reveals that the Invernizzi family tried to have him killed during his prison sentence, Dwight spares him and instead demands a monthly cut of his income. Dwight's plan to sell the nitrous hits a setback when Black Macadam bikers, who are selling drugs at the same festival, beat up his crew and steal the gas tanks. To resolve the problem, Dwight and his men (accompanied by Mark) surprise the bikers as they are packing up for the night, rough them up with baseball bats, and take back the tanks and their stolen money. Tyson and his father reconcile, but Tyson finds himself torn between his family and his loyalty to Dwight. Armand assaults a rude neighbor and decides not to move out of Tulsa. Stacy has sex with a handsome stranger who buys her a drink. Dwight, with the help of his sister Joanne, says goodbye to his dying younger brother Joey.
55"Token Joe"Ben SemanoffJoseph RiccobeneDecember 11, 2022 (2022-12-11)
Dwight flies to Brooklyn so he can attend Joey's funeral in person while also taking the opportunity to finally speak with Tina. Tina still refuses to forgive her father, and reveals that during his time in prison, she was raped by one of Chickie's men, Nico, despite Pete swearing to protect her when Dwight was convicted. An enraged Dwight beats Nico to death in front of Chickie and Vince. Caolan Waltrip, Black Macadam's sergeant-at-arms, has dirty state cops on his payroll arrest Tyson and confiscate his phone. After Tyson is coerced into unlocking it, the bikers learn about Dwight's connection to Bodhi and force him to reveal that Mitch is fronting his drug racket. When the cops attempt to intimidate Mitch, however, he compels them to release Bodhi and leave by explaining that since his bar is on Cherokee tribal land, they have no jurisdiction. Armand is warned by Roxy, his co-worker, to stop encroaching on Waltrip's turf.
66"Stable"Guy FerlandDave FlebotteDecember 18, 2022 (2022-12-18)
Dwight meets with his daughter one more time before flying back to Tulsa. He finds that Tyson had been arrested and that Bodhi is missing. Waltrip meets with Dwight and demands a cut of his business, but Dwight refuses. Dwight is warned by Stacy about his activities and that the FBI are getting involved. The Invernizzi family, mainly Chickie, are split on how to handle Dwight. Pete insists on having his consigliere visit Tulsa to smooth things over, so Chickie instead beats up Tina's husband Emory. Federal agents shut down Bodhi's shop, but Bodhi himself refuses to betray Dwight. After learning that Pilot, the white horse he's grown fond of, will be put down, Dwight buys Pilot and hires ex-waitress Spencer to take care of him. Waltrip has Roxy's boyfriend Carson Pike shoot up Mitch's bar; Dwight and Mitch return fire and Pike is killed. Mitch then agrees to take on Dwight as a partner in his establishment.
77"Warr Acres"Guy FerlandTerence Winter & Joseph RiccobeneDecember 25, 2022 (2022-12-25)
Dwight and Mitch send Pike's bullet hole-ridden jacket to the Black Macadams. In New York, Pete is getting better and back home with Chickie but the latter doesn't seem happy. Roxy calls Stacy about Pike and agrees to meet her to talk about the incident and is revealed to be an informant for the ATF. Pete gets angry when he hears Dwight gave his ring to Tyson and Tina is still getting mysterious calls. Roxy is captured by Waltrip who discovers her secret and strangles her. While bathing Pete, Chickie is brushed off by him once again and in a fit of rage drowns his father. He becomes the new boss of the family and Dwight is broken by the news.
88"Adobe Walls"Lodge KerriganTerence Winter & Tom SierchioJanuary 1, 2023 (2023-01-01)
With the increasing threat of the Black Macadams, Dwight and Mitch trained their inexperienced guys to shoot. Stacy pays visit to Waltrip, but she can't do anything to implicate him in the murder. Jimmy agrees to become a partner with Dwight and Mitch to start a casino. Chickie makes the decision to eliminate Dwight with his family and called him to pretend to make amends and says that they will visit him very soon. When Stacy meets Dwight again, Waltrip and a henchman shoot at them and she is wounded. The police arrive and Dwight is detained for questioning.
99"Happy Trails"Lodge KerriganTerence WinterJanuary 8, 2023 (2023-01-08)
In a flashback from 1997, Chickie, Vince and Armand are torturing Ripple, a member of their family. Dwight arrives and shoots Ripple to prevent him from dying in a fire, and is arrested. In the present, as amends Dwight gives Stacy a flash drive that accesses a million dollar account. Chickie, Vince and Goodie go to Tulsa but they are surprised by Dwight who demands they leave, except Goodie who joins Dwight's crew. Bodhi hacks into Waltrip's computer and empty his accounts, then two gangs fight where Dwight kills Waltrip. Three months later the casino is open while Dwight reconciles with Tina and Stacy is reinstated to the ATF, however she arrests Dwight for bribery with the flash drive as evidence.

Season 2[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten by [4]Original release date [5]
101TBATBATaylor Elmore and Terence Winter & Sylvester StalloneSeptember 15, 2024 (2024-09-15)[6]
112TBATBAStephen Scaia and Terence WinterSeptember 22, 2024 (2024-09-22)
123TBATBATerence Winter & Joseph RiccobeneSeptember 29, 2024 (2024-09-29)
134TBATBATerence Winter & Dave FlebotteOctober 6, 2024 (2024-10-06)
145TBATBAWilliam SchmidtOctober 13, 2024 (2024-10-13)
156TBATBATerence WinterOctober 20, 2024 (2024-10-20)

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

Terrence Winter
Terence Winter, the showrunner, was fired and later re-hired by creator Taylor Sheridan ahead of the second season.

On December 6, 2021, it was reported that Taylor Sheridan and Terence Winter were developing a series for Paramount+ titled Kansas City.[7] It was created by Sheridan, who had previously signed a multiyear contract with ViacomCBS to create new series, during the COVID-19 pandemic.[8] The series would be centered around Sal, an Italian-American mobster from New York City tasked with bringing the mafia back to Kansas City, Missouri.[9] Sheridan, Winter, and series star Sylvester Stallone were announced as executive producers alongside Braden Aftergood, from Stallone's Balboa Productions, and David C. Glasser, Ron Burkle and Bob Yari from production company 101 Studios.[10] Winter also served as showrunner on the series which was produced by MTV Entertainment Studios.[11] Sheridan penned the pilot in a single week.[12] Winter moved the setting to Tulsa, Oklahoma, hoping to give the characters a more remote setting.[13] In 2022, Deadline Hollywood stated that it was given a straight-to-series order under the new name Tulsa King to reflect the change in location.[14] Stallone involved himself in multiple aspects of the production. Noted Winter, "With Stallone, you're getting a writer, a director, a producer, an editor". Executive producer Glasser said that Stallone was "heavily involved in the editing process".[15]

On November 30, 2022, Tulsa King was renewed for a second season.[16] The following February, Winter was announced to have stepped down as showrunner due to "creative differences", with the search underway for a new showrunner, but would remain on the series as an executive producer.[17] Later details revealed that Winter was fired by Sheridan because of differences in writing style, with Sheridan stating he preferred character driven plots, compared to Winter's plot driven characters.[18] In February 2024, Winter was re-hired as a writer, after an opening in his schedule due to delays from the 2023 Writers' Guild of America strike.[19] In his modified position, Winter serves as the series head writer and works outside the direct supervision of Sheridan.[20][21] Sheridan ultimately chose not to utilize a conventional showrunner for the second season and instead opted to hire a director and executive producer to oversee day-to-day production.[22] It was announced that this role would be performed by Craig Zisk.[23]

Casting[edit]

Sylvester Stallone
Sylvester Stallone stars in the series lead role as Dwight "The General" Manfredi.

At the time the series was announced, Sylvester Stallone was participating in negotiations to star as the lead character Sal in his scripted television debut.[10] Stallone's character name was later changed to Dwight "The General" Manfredi.[24] Stallone stated that filming television was more difficult and time-consuming than the films he had previously starred in.[25] On March 24, 2022, Max Casella, Domenick Lombardozzi, Vincent Piazza and Jay Will were added to the cast; Casella, Lombardozzi and Piazza all portrayed members of the Invernizzi family crime syndicate, while Will starred as a recent college graduate and a member of Dwight's crew.[24] In May, A. C. Peterson, Andrea Savage, Garrett Hedlund and Martin Starr were reported to be starring in the series,[26][27][28][29] followed by Dana Delany in July[30] and Annabella Sciorra in August.[31] Miles Mussenden also starred in the series.[32] Stallone's daughter Scarlet appeared in the series as Spencer, a barista and stable hand, who was also recruited to work with Dwight.[33][34] Scarlet was originally mentioned for the role of Stallone's on-screen daughter, but was considered too young for the role,[33] which went to Tatiana Zappardino instead.[35] Additional casting for minor characters and background actors occurred in May 2022.[36]

Ahead of the second season, Sciorra and Zappardino were promoted to the main cast.[37] Frank Grillo also joined the starring cast for season two as Bill Bevilaqua, a mobster from Kansas City.[38] During filming for the second season, Stallone and an unnamed director were accused of making disparaging remarks about background extras.[39][40] Stallone was allegedly observed calling certain background actors "ugly," "tub of lard" and "fat guy with a cane."[41] Stallone also suggested that the production cast "pretty young girls to be around me" instead.[42] Atlanta based casting agency Rose Locke & CL Casting, who had been responsible for hiring extras, resigned from the production soon after.[43] Zisk responded to the comments through TMZ by denying that the statements were ever made and stating that the casting agency had hired extras who were older than the age range requested.[44][45] CNN reported that Paramount was investigating the allegations but that no formal complaints had been filed.[46] SAG-AFTRA also responded to the allegations saying that their scope does not include background actors in Atlanta but that they would provide any requested guidance, they also issued a statement condemning such comments towards any actor.[47] Thomas Mooneyham, a background actor on the series, stated that he believed the comments were about him after he and another extra were replaced with younger people.[48] Stallone never responded to the allegations.[49] On May 1, 2024, it was reported that Neal McDonough would appear as Cal Thresher.[50] Two days later Rich Ting was cast in the recurring role of Jackie Ming.[51] Casting for additional extras in the second season occurred in June 2024.[52]

Production design[edit]

Suzanne McCabe serves as the series costume designer and based many outfits on the Gambino crime family and Franzese Crew, as well as photos from newspaper clippings in the 1980s, specifically citing John Gotti as inspiration.[53] McCabe also stated that she tried to mostly use monochromatic colors while designing costumes, utilizing darker colors for the New York City-filmed scenes and softer colors for scenes in Oklahoma to represent the red soil located there.[53] Sylvester Stallone was also allowed to pick many elements of his own costuming, including bolo ties, jewelry and shoes.[53] Production designer Todd Jeffery opted to use a mix of soundstages and on location filming for Tulsa King.[54] "The Higher Plane" dispensary featured in the series was created in a former Texaco gas station.[54] Mirrors were used in a scene filmed in a strip club to make the space appear larger.[54] Location manager Patrick Mignanom was tasked with finding a dilapidated structure whose owner would be content with having it blown up.[54] Saunder Jurriaans and Danny Bensi composed Tulsa King's theme song.[55]

Filming[edit]

The exterior of a large building located in Oklahoma City that is utilized as film and television studios
Many interior scenes for the first season were filmed at Prairie Surf Studios in Oklahoma City, which also housed production offices.

Principal photography occurred over six months in Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Bethany, Oklahoma, concluding on August 31, 2022.[56][57] Some filming occurred in Tulsa on March 29, 2022, at Tulsa International Airport.[58] Additional locations used in Tulsa include the Center of the Universe and the Mayo Hotel.[59] Other scenes were filmed on-location in Brooklyn, New York.[60] The series interior scenes and production offices were housed at Prairie Surf Studios.[61] Additional photography wrapped by October.[56] Filming in Oklahoma boosted Oklahoma's economy by an estimated 56 million dollars.[62]

It was later reported that the second season would not film in Oklahoma due to financial costs and complaints from the cast and crew, who did not like the extreme Oklahoma temperatures.[63] Filming on the second season is occurring in the Atlanta, Georgia suburb of Norcross utilizing Eagle Rock Studios for sound stages.[64] It began on April 1, 2024, and is expected to wrap on July 31.[62] Some filming also took place in Gainesville.[65] A second unit filmed b-roll scenes in Tulsa in mid-June 2024.[66]

Release[edit]

The series premiere episode received an early promotional screening along with the fifth season premiere of Yellowstone in AMC Theatres on October 29–30, 2022.[67][68] It then began its regular weekly release schedule on Paramount+ beginning on November 13.[69] Tulsa King also received linear broadcasts of its first two episodes on Paramount Network on November 20 and 27, serving as a lead-out for episodes of Yellowstone.[70] The first season concluded on January 8, 2023.[71] In Japan, the series launched within a Paramount+ hub on the streaming service Wowow.[72] Season one episodes are set to receive a further linear broadcast on CBS beginning July 14, 2024.[73] The second season will then begin releasing in the United States and Canada on September 15, and elsewhere internationally on September 16.[74]

Home media[edit]

The first season received a home media release on DVD and Blu-ray on June 6, 2023; an alternative steelbook Blu-ray release accompanied the main release.[75]

Television home release details for Tulsa King season 1
Tulsa King: Season One
Set details Special features
  • 9 episodes
  • 3-disc set DVD
  • 2-disc set Blu-ray
  • English subtitles
  • Stranger in a Strange Land: Genesis
  • Carpe D.M.: Stallone
  • Mercy and Malice: The Cast
  • Haberdashery: Costume Design
  • Outthink Your Enemy: Stunts
  • The Here and Now: On Location in Tulsa
  • Behind the Story for every episode
DVD release dates
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
June 6, 2023[76] June 5, 2023[77] N/A
Blu-ray release dates
Region A Region B
June 6, 2023[76] June 5, 2023[78]

Reception[edit]

Viewing figures[edit]

On Paramount+, Tulsa King is Taylor Sheridan's fourth most-watched series[79] with 3.36 billion minutes viewed.[80] In its first broadcast on Paramount Network, the series brought in 3.7 million viewers beating Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon as "cable's highest-rated series debut" in 2022.[81] It is also credited with the "biggest new sign-up day in [Paramount+] history."[82]

Critical response[edit]

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
Metacritic65/100[83]
Rotten Tomatoes79%[84]
Review scores
SourceRating
The A.V. ClubB-[85]
Chicago Sun-Times[86]
The Daily Telegraph[87]
Entertainment WeeklyC+[88]
The Guardian[89]
IndieWireB-[90]
USA Today[91]

On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, 79% of 47 critics' reviews are positive, with an average rating of 6.6/10. The website's consensus reads: "Tulsa King's stale comedy sometimes feels like ordering spaghetti with marinara and instead getting egg noodles and ketchup, but Sylvester Stallone still commands the screen with his swaggering charm."[84] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned the film a score of 65 out of 100, based on 28 critics, indicating "generally favorable" reviews.[83] Darren Franich of Entertainment Weekly described the series as "Grumpy Old Grand Theft Auto".[88] CNN Entertainment's Brian Lowery describes the series as an "odd mix of attributes" but applauds the compliments the series use of time.[92] Reviewing for The Guardian, Lucy Mangan applauds the comedy aspect of the series, but fails to see it innovating further.[89] Los Angeles Times writer Robert Lloyd calls the series "likeable" commending its use of comedy and character focus.[93]

Tulsa King was often compared poorly to other series of Winter and Sheridan's, the latter of who was overseeing eight other series at the time it debuted. The Hollywood Reporter's Daniel Fienberg writes Taylor Sheridan and Terence Winter fail to have a strength in comedy writing, despite the series being primarily marketed as a comedy.[94] Fienberg goes on to state "the first two episodes definitely give the impression of being something that Sheridan, Paramount+'s golden goose at this point, gestated between work on 15 different Yellowstone sequels and prequels".[94]

One of the writers, Terence Winter, has The Sopranos and Boardwalk Empire on his CV, but this show is to The Sopranos what Paw Patrol is to the works of David Attenborough.

— Anita Singh, The Daily Telegraph (November 11, 2022)[87]

Writing for the NPR talk show Fresh Air, David Bianculli compares the formula of the series to that of Yellowstone's and notes the "sense of time passing and the importance of family."[95] Stephan Lee with The Wrap says there's a "distinct straight-to-DVD quality to Tulsa King" but suggests that the series stands on its own and is only bad when compared to Sheridan's and Winter's other works.[96] Ben Travers of IndieWire furthers this suggestion by only describing Tulsa King as "less serious" and a "breath of fresh air" compared to the seriousness and consequences seen in Sheridan's other series.[90]

Stallone's acting received the highest praise from the series, although was still criticized by others for its lack of originality. Reviewing the first two episodes for Variety, Joshua Alston credits most of the series success to Sylvester Stallone stating ""Tulsa King" isn't a great show with him, but it would be far less interesting without him."[97] Richard Roper, writing for the Chicago Sun-Times, opines that the series was written to Stallone's strengths.[86] The A.V. Club's Todd Lazarski further praises the acting of Stallone but describes the series as an "undercooked fish-out-of-water mob story".[85] USA Today writer Kelly Lawler criticizes both the overall concept and Stallone saying that he's "probably the king of something, but it's certainly not Tulsa, Oklahoma" and writing "'Tulsa King' is bad 'Goodfellas' fan fiction."[91]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result Ref(s).
2023 Critics' Choice Super Awards (3rd) Best Action Series, Limited Series or Made-for-TV Movie Tulsa King Nominated [98][99]
Best Actor in an Action Series, Limited Series or Made-for-TV Movie Sylvester Stallone Nominated
Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards (75th) Outstanding Stunt Coordination for a Comedy Series or a Variety Program Freddie Poole Nominated [100]
2024 Astra Television Awards (3rd) Best Streaming Comedy Series Tulsa King Nominated [101][102]
Best Actor in a Streaming Comedy Series Sylvester Stallone Nominated

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ This episode was first released in AMC Theatres on October 29–30 before its release on Paramount+.[3]

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