Sylvester Stallone Shares New Plot Details For Tulsa King Season 2


Sylvester Stallone revealed a major plot detail for Tulsa King Season 2, which could significantly affect his character, Dwight “The General” Manfredi, as he faces ongoing legal troubles. After serving 25 years in prison for murder, the New York mobster was exiled to Tulsa. However, his time as a crime kingpin in Oklahoma might be brief, as Season 1 ended with his arrest by ATF agent Stacy Beale (Andrea Savage).

In a post on his official Instagram page, Stallone offered fans a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the legal drama. “I’m not supposed to be doing this, but I didn’t get here by following the rules,” the actor said. He then described the location and offered some insight into the plot for Season 2. “I’m in court. It’s going to be an interesting scene in Tulsa King. I’m enjoying the process. It’s different. We have to travel about an hour and a half to an old courthouse where I have to appeal my case. I’m my own lawyer, so that could turn out good or bad. Anyway I just wanted to drop [in] and let you know this is looking great. I think it’s a fantastic follow-up to the first season. So see you in Tulsa.”

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The Tulsa King Season 1 finale featured a major twist when Dwight’s love interest, ATF agent Stacy, arrested him for bribery. She used a flash drive Dwight had given her, which accessed an account worth a million dollars, as evidence. Season 2 will address the legal fallout from his arrest, with Stallone confirming a big courtroom scene where his character tries to avoid prison. Dwight planning to act as his own lawyer is an interesting choice since his mob connections likely includes access to lawyers.


Frank Grillo Joins Tulsa King Cast

Frank Grillo will join Tulsa King Season 2 as Kansas City mobster Bill Bevilaqua. Stallone previously shared a photo with his co-star, playfully pretending to give him an uppercut. “On the set of Tulsa King with my fellow movie gangster, the great Frank Grillo,” Stallone wrote in the caption. Other members of the ensemble cast include Andrea Savage, Martin Starr, Max Casella, Domenick Lombardozzi, Vincent Piazza, Jay Will, Annabella Sciorra, Tatiana Zappardino, Garrett Hedlund, and Dana Delany.

Created by Taylor Sheridan for Paramount+, Tulsa King sees Stallone in his first leading role in a scripted television series. The story follows Dwight “The General” Manfredi, a Mafia capo exiled to Tulsa, Oklahoma, after being released from prison. He begins to set up a criminal organization in the city by recruiting a group of unlikely characters. The first season received mixed reviews from critics, with many praising Stallone’s performance but criticizing the dialogue and overall story arc.

The first season of Tulsa King is streaming on Paramount+.