Tulsa King Episode 9 Preview: Release Date, Time & Where To Watch

Tulsa King Episode 9

Starring Sylvester Stallone in the lead role, Tulsa King centers on New York mafia capo Dwight “The General Manfredi. After serving a 25 year stint behind bars, he’s exiled by his boss and instead, decides to set up shop in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Realizing that his old mob family may not have his best interests in mind, he slowly builds a crew to conquer Tulsa.

If you’ve been following this one over the weeks, you may be curious to find out when the next episode is releasing. Well, wonder no more!

Here is everything you need to know about Tulsa King Episode 9, including its release date, time and where you can watch this.

Where Can I Watch Tulsa King?

Tulsa King Episode 9 is available to stream on Paramount Plus. This is an exclusive original series, although those in the UK can actually watch this one via the Paramount Plus extension on Amazon Prime Video.

Tulsa King Episode 9 Release Date

Tulsa King Episode 9 will release on Sunday 8th January 2023 at 3am (ET) and 12am (PT). If you miss the episode though, it will be available on the app so don’t worry to much! At that point, Tulsa King will drop with subtitles available.

Episode 9 is expected to be roughly 42 minutes long, which is consistent with the time-frame for the rest of the series.

How Many Episodes Will Tulsa King Season 1 Have?

Season 1 of Tulsa King  has been scheduled for 10 episodes. With that in mind, we have 1 more episode to go after this one. Expect the drama to continue heating up as this story continues to develop.

Is There A Trailer For Tulsa King Season 1?

There is indeed! You can find a trailer for Tulsa King Season 1 below:


What do you hope to see as the series continues? What’s been your favorite moment of Tulsa King so far? Let us know in the comments below!

14 thoughts on “Tulsa King Episode 9 Preview: Release Date, Time & Where To Watch”

  1. So is there a tenth episode on Jan. 15th, or what ? Imdb says yes, Paramount says no…

  2. Stallone… What can I say… Except damn straight! I’ve loved him since the first Rocky & every other one since!
    He plays a beautifully crafted Mafia figure, whose been through the ringer and left hung out to dry. His crime family has broken the code, not Dewight though! He stuck to the code & with that alone deserves so much more than they’ve given him in return! He’s loyal & has a heart, but at the same time he can be ruthless. They’ve underestimated him & boy am glad because he’s about to serve them up something they have no clue about. Respect, loyalty & honoring a certain code. Oh I can’t wait to see what happens!!!
    Thanks for many years of entertainment you are loved!!!

  3. Agree with everything Lynda said. A great show and even though Sly speaks without moving his lips, his acting and dialogue delivery is breathtaking.
    I would like to see him ride off into the sunset as a winner, but Chickie could be the catalyst for the FBI to intervene and put Stacy in the shit. Looking forward to 8 & 9 then season 2.

  4. We binge watched 8 episodes and can’t wait for the next. Stallone is a stand up actor. Always has been.

  5. Think Lynda (2 jan 2 ) says it all – glad to hear there another season due later this year hopefully

  6. I just love sly stone. Been a fan for many years. This show is perfect for him. Taylor is a genius! Raves for Dana Delaney too!

  7. A Mafioso Made Guy with a heart and compassion. Until……I love this series. We need more seasons, more episodes, and I apologize if it’s too hot during filming.

  8. My favorite is the depth of Dwights’ humanity that the show is conveying. He did what he thought was “honorable” and lived according to his ethics and he got shafted. His reflection on the fact that he wasted his life and what he lost by his choices is touching. One that we can relate to. He is also a survivor. His dichotomy of his kindness v his ruthlessness is a portrait of a tortured man. He takes responsibility for his life and doesn’t blame or cry in his beer. One of the best shows I’ve seen Stallone do. Also the “old school Mafioso v the new” is played in this series….the old ways are passing.
    Can’t wait to see the 2nd season too!

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