Against the network's wishes, Taylor Sheridan shot down a sequel to one of his best shows.

Taylor Sheridan prioritises creative liberty over studio profits, often clashing with executives.

Sheridan's unique voice shines in television with Yellowstone and its prequels.

His genius disrupts the status quo, evoking strong reactions instead of easy applause.

Sheridan wields significant power, able to halt or drive studio production with his writing.

Few in the industry match Sheridan's influence over a studio's creative and bureaucratic system.

Sheridan once demonstrated his authority by rejecting Paramount's push for an additional season.

Paramount had greenlit Season 2 but Sheridan refused to follow their suggested storylines.

This incident underscores Sheridan's control over his intellectual properties and narratives.


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