‘Yellowstone’ will officially end after season 5, with the final episodes airing in November

Welp, we have some sad news: Yellowstone will officially end after Season 5!

Paramount confirmed the news by announcing that the Western series will begin its final episodes in November, with the series finale (!!!) scheduled for December. But that’s not all-Yellowstone will be immediately replaced by a series of untitled sequels. The new show (which expands the Yellowstone Universe A Little More) will air on Paramount Network in December and will be available to stream on Paramount+ afterwards.

Keen Yellowstone Fans have been hearing rumors about the series’ doomed future for a while now, but that doesn’t mean this news is any easier to swallow! So, after taking a deep breath (or two), keep reading for more details.

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No official word on the plot of the untitled sequel has been released. However, David Glasser, CEO of 101 Studios, made a brief statement that gives us some hope: “Dutton’s story continues, picking up where Yellowstone ends in another epic tale. We are thrilled to bring this new journey to audiences around the world.

Although the cast of this new series is not yet known to the public, we can assume (based on Glasser’s remarks) that we will see some familiar faces. Previously, it was announced that Matthew McConaughey would star in a Yellowstone spin off. We can’t officially say these two series are related, but oh, can we assume!

The news of YellowstoneThe official ending comes after months of speculation that Kevin Costner would leave the show. There was outstanding gossip about Costner’s next Western, Horizonand the conflicts it caused with showrunner Taylor Sheridan’s proposal Yellowstone filming schedule. It’s also on the heels of the announcement of Costner’s wife, Christine Baumgartner’s divorce filing, which broke on May 3.

The continuation of Yellowstone’s story will mean a lot to fans. The series has continually broken records, with the first part of season 5 attracting “more than 17 million total viewers”, according to Paramount.

Seeing this massive success, Sheridan went on to create other popular shows for Paramount, such as Yellowstone prequels like 1883 And 1923as well as shows like king of tulsa. He is also behind highly anticipated shows like Lioness And 1883: The Bass Reeves Story.

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