Yellowstone yee its last haw when it returns in November, as Paramount has officially confirmed that the series will end with season 5. (Don’t worry, there’s already a series of sequels in the works.) The news comes after months of drama behind the scenes, with rumors of a feud between showrunner Taylor Sheridan and star Kevin Costner.
With only six episodes to go Yellowstone Season 5, there’s a lot of unfinished business to settle before the West steps down. Civil war has broken out among the Duttons, with Jamie (Wes Bentley) and Beth (Kelly Reilly) at each other’s throats, John (Costner) facing impeachment and a devastating disease spreading through wildlife of Montana and endangering the Duttons’ livestock. . Below, we’ll go over what we know about the final season, including the release date, trailer, and recaps for the first part of the season to prepare you for what’s to come.
Yellowstone The stars discuss life with John as Governor
Yellowstone will end with season 5, Paramount has announced. The final episodes of the series will air in November, while a series of currently untitled sequels are in the works and are set to debut in December. (No casting announcement has been made for the new series, but Matthew McConaughey is reportedly in talks to star.)
This news comes after months of speculation surrounding whether Kevin Costner would return for the remainder of Season 5 (and a report claiming Costner would be leaving the show after Season 5, before the final season news broke. ). It’s still unclear how involved Costner will be with the final episodes, which Deadline reports will begin production in August.
Yellowstone Season 5 part 2 release date
Along with the announcement that Yellowstone will end with the second half of its fifth season, Paramount Network has confirmed that the series will return with its final episodes in November. There’s no exact release date yet, but knowing which month it will return is promising.
Yellowstone Season 5 Part 2 Trailer
Paramount released a teaser for the second half of the season, but you might notice that it doesn’t contain any new footage, as the new episodes haven’t been filmed yet. Piper Perabo told TV Guide in mid-December that she had no idea what was next after Episode 8.
Yellowstone Season 5 Recaps
Need to catch up on recent episodes? Read our full recaps and cast interviews for the final episodes of Season 5.
Yellowstone Review of season 5
After four seasons of manipulation, intrigue and power struggles against a backdrop of Montana’s relatively untouched beauty, new Governor John Dutton now takes the lead, with Beth (Kelly Reilly) behind him. His intentions are clear in the two-part Season 5 premiere. Ranch hands haven’t changed their minds, despite John’s new gig, making for some of the best scenes in the early episodes. Read TV Guide’s full review of the two-part premiere here:
Yellowstone Season 5 premiere review: John Dutton may be governor, but the ranch remains the same
Yellowstone Cast of Season 5
It remains a mystery if fans can expect to see Kevin Costner in the final episodes, but Season 5 has already brought a mix of familiar and new faces to the ranch. Josh Lucas returned as young John Dutton for the first time since Season 3. He was joined by Kylie Rogers as young Beth and Kyle Red Silverstein as young Rip. Jacki Weaver also returned as the Duttons’ latest business nemesis, Market Equities CEO Caroline Warner, with Mo Brings Plenty and Wendy Moniz promoted to series regulars as Thomas Rainwater’s (Gil Birmingham) right-hand man. Mo and Governor-turned-Senator Lynelle Perry, respectively.
Four new characters have arrived on Yellowstone Also. Kai Caster plays a young cowboy named Rowdy. Lainey Wilson plays a musician, Abby. Lilli Kai plays Clara Brewer, Governor Dutton’s new assistant. And 1883Dawn Olivieri joined the cast as Sarah Atwood, a Montana newcomer and “corporate shark” who grew attached to Jamie.
The entire dorm is also back, including Forrie J. Smith, Denim Richards, Ian Bohen, Ryan Bingham, and Jen Landon as Teeter, who was promoted to series regular.
Prior to the season premiere, it was announced that Kathryn Kelly, who plays Jimmy’s fiancée Emily, had also been promoted to series regular and returned to the series alongside Jefferson White as Jimmy. So far, they’ve only appeared in the mid-season finale and live and work happily at the Four Sixes Ranch in Texas.
The second half of the season is also likely to feature more Orli Gottesman as Halie, a confident young girl attracted to Carter. So far, we’ve only seen her at the County Fair and briefly at the Mid-Season Finals. “In Season 5, Halie becomes that person who gives Carter the chance to come out of his shell and teach him not only about himself, but he always finds himself wanting Halie to be there,” reads the cover story. description of his character. “Halie is coming and now there’s someone who can fit into that mold and be there for him.”
The Universe of Yellowstone Explained: Every Show, How to Watch, Dutton’s Family Tree, and More
- Kevin Costner as John Dutton
- Kelly Reilly as Beth
- Luke Grimes as Kayce
- Wes Bentley as Jamie
- Cole Hauser as Rip
- Kelsey Asbille as Monica
- Brecken Merrill as Tate
- Finn Little as Carter
- Gil Birmingham as Thomas Rainwater
Yellowstone Season 4 recap
Yellowstone Season 5 picked up after the bloody events of the Season 4 finale; Beth (Kelly Reilly), who we all know is the real mastermind behind every operation at the Yellowstone-Dutton Ranch, manipulated her adoptive brother Jamie (Wes Bentley) into killing her biological father, Garrett (Will Patton) . After it was revealed that Garrett was the one who ordered the attempted hits on John, Beth, and Kayce (Luke Grimes) in Season 3, Beth thought he brought him in. She also made sure to save the evidence, so now she has Jamie under her thumb and out of the governor’s race, paving the way for their father to be the only Dutton to run for office. She also just got married to Rip Wheeler (Cole Hauser) and saw her dad’s confusing new vegan friend (Piper Perabo) go to jail, so basically it’s Beth’s world and everyone lives there.
Complicating Beth’s quest for world/Montana domination is the fact that Kayce has been on one hell of a spiritual journey that has shown her a vision of two paths. At least one of those paths, as he told Monica (Kelsey Asbille), would result in “the end of us.” Whatever that means, it can’t be good.
Yellowstone prequels and spin-offs
Yellowstone officially gets a sequel series, which will premiere in December. The series is currently untitled and would star Matthew McConaughey.
A prequel limited series, 1883, which aired on Paramount+ in late 2021, and revealed the origin story of the Dutton family arriving in Montana. The series starred Isabel May as the brave and adventurous teenager Elsa, older sister of John Dutton’s great-grandfather, John Sr., and Tim McGraw as her father, James.
A second Yellowstone prequel, titled 1923created in December 2022. It resumes 40 years later 1883 with the next generation of Duttons tending to their ranch in the aftermath of World War I and the start of Prohibition. It stars Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren as Jacob and Cara Dutton, brother and sister-in-law of Tim McGraw’s James Dutton. 1883. The premiere of 1923 also revealed some hidden secrets about the Dutton family tree.
Sheridan also writes a Yellowstone spin-off called 6666, which takes place on the actual historic Four Sixes Ranch in Texas (which Sheridan owns) and chronicles how the ranch has continued to operate the same today as it did over a century ago. This spin-off will air on Paramount Network, along with the original show.
A limited series produced by Sheridan, Lawyers: Bass Reevesstarring David Oyelowo as Bass Reeves, was originally meant to exist in the Yellowstone universe as a prequel to 1883but will now run as its own standalone series.
30 fun facts about Yellowstone
If you think you’re a fan of Yellowstone but i want to be a great fan, then check out TV Guide’s compilation of 30 (and more) fun facts and behind-the-scenes secrets from the show, including how you can visit the real Dutton Ranch and what it takes to be a cowboy on a Taylor Sheridan show.
30 Fun Facts You Didn’t Know About Yellowstone
How to watch Yellowstone
Yellowstone Seasons 1-4 air on Peacock. Season 5 airs on the Paramount Network. Here are other ways to watch Yellowstone.
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