The official trailer for "1923," the new "Yellowstone" prequel starring Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford, has arrived.
The trailer for the new original drama series -- another "Yellowstone" origin story centered around a new generation of Duttons -- arrived Sunday.
The upcoming series follows the family's patriarch Jacob Dutton (Ford) and his wife Cara Dutton (Mirren). Jacob is the brother of James Dutton, Tim McGraw's "1883" character.
The trailer opens with actor Timothy Dalton's Donald Whitfield introducing himself to the family matriarch, alongside Jerome Flynn's character, Banner Creighton, sharing that he's acquired the neighboring ranch.
Cara responds, "Well, this is the Yellowstone, and you have no rights here."
Jacob then tells the town's sheriff that a range war has started.
Later in the preview Cara threatens Creighton. "Men kill quick with a bullet or a noose -- but your fight is with me, and I kill much slower," she says.
The trailer closes with an ominous threat from Jacob: "You attack my family, it's gonna be the last thing you ever do."
According to Paramount+, the upcoming series "will explore the early 20th century when pandemics, historic drought, the end of Prohibition and the Great Depression all plague the mountain west and the Duttons who call it home."
"1923" debuts Sunday, Dec. 18., on Paramount+.