A trailer of Sylvester Stallone's upcoming series "Tulsa King" was released Monday. The actor plays Dwight "The General" Manfredi, who has been released after being in prison for 25 years and has no clue that marijuana is now legal in New York City.

In one of the hilarious scenes from the newly dropped trailer, Dwight - who wants to build his own criminal empire (without knowing the new laws) - offers a marijuana dispensary protection from the law and "the gangs."

The trailer opens with Dwight returning from prison and meeting his old gang members. While he was expecting a grand welcome, it turns out they have abandoned him. "Not exactly the welcome I was expecting," he says.

Dwight tries to understand the new laws and wonders who runs the neighborhood. He slowly learns that things have changed a lot and there are fewer gangs now.

He hires a cab to see the city and learn what has changed over the period of 25 years. He comes across a marijuana dispensary and offers protection to the people working there. Eventually, he learns about a motorcycle gang called Black Nick Adams.

Dwight becomes involved in criminal activities, gets attacked and even tries to woo a lady. The upcoming series will start streaming on Paramount+ from Nov. 13 onward.

Social media users were impressed by the trailer as one of them commented, "Man I wasn't expecting anything from this, but this looks amazing." Another user added, "This man just can't stop working. He is incredible. SYLVESTER STALLONE is not just Tulsa King. He is Hollywood King too."

The streaming platform had previously dropped a teaser in June.

Stallone, 76, is an executive producer of the series, alongside showrunner Terence Winter. The show also stars Garrett Hedlund, Martin Starr, Andrea Savage, Domenick Lombardozzi, Vincent Piazza, Alan C. Peterson and Max Casella.

Stallone's upcoming projects include "Samaritan," a fantasy drama that revolves around a missing superhero. The actor will also reprise the role of Barney Ross in "The Expendables 4," which is currently under post-production.

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Sylvester Stallone, nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his role in "Creed", gestures as he arrives at the 88th Academy Awards in Hollywood, California, Feb. 28, 2016. REUTERS/LUCAS JACKSON