Paramount+ has renewed 1923 for a second season, and Harrison Ford recently shared more about the series. Ford said about understanding the family dynamics of this prequel series versus the other series, "I've got a working knowledge of it — I could be wrong, but I think I've got it pretty clear." He continued about how difficult these types of series can be for actors, "They don't talk about it, they complain about it. I'm down with it, but it's sometimes bloody cold." He added, "The reality of the thing is amazing, I mean, we're out there with 1200 sheep, 800 head of cattle. ... They're really doing it. I mean, when we're out there with the cows, we're herding the cows, you know? The actors and the real cowboys." He also mentioned that he would be joining season 2 of 1923 and is excited about the season renewal. Ford continued about why he joined the new Indiana Jones movie that is currently in the works and said, "I always wanted to do it. I wanted to do the rest of the story to see the end of his career." Why do you think it is a bad idea to do another Indiana Jones movie?