Stephen King, an author, is at the top of the list of artists who are open about expressing what's on their mind. When not battling Elon Musk, he regularly comments on pop culture on Twitter, and has just enraged the loyal Yellowstone followers.
Yesterday, the 75-year-old posted the following information about a recent episode of the prequel series, which received mixed reviews on Metacritic, with a current average score of 67% positive. Some characters in "One Ocean Closer to Destiny" recover from painful experiences and, while others believe the piece was a wonderful moment on television but, rarely for internet discussion, still have respect for King and others.
Many of the responses admit they do not know what cloying means and are resorting to looking it up. Taylor Sheridan, an avid supporter of her many, many efforts for Paramount, believes that only someone who is somewhat disturbed might ever think otherwise.
1923 has already been renewed for a second season, which will also consist of eight episodes. Ford appears to be very much on board, recently revealing that he became convinced that this TV project was worthwhile, saying: "Welcome to him!"
We're hoping that Ford continues to make an impact on television, as the whole year 1923 has been a gripping experience.
The first season of 1923 consists of eight episodes, the seventh of which will air this weekend on February 19.