Yellowstone Season 5 News: Taylor Sheridan, creator/writer/showrunner/sometimes director of “Yellowstone,” the most watched show on cable television, has only three shows airing at the moment: “Yellowstone,” its prequel “1883,” and “The Mayor Of Kingstown.” A fourth is set to premiere this fall (“Tulsa King“), and several others are in the works. When we reach the final weeks of 2022, will we finally see its takeoff? His signature series, “Yellowstone,” will return to the Paramount Network in November, and it’s expected to cause another rating earthquake.
Can you tell me about season five? You know what they say about power, and how much are the Duttons ready to pay? That, of course, is the million-dollar question in this drama about grabbing power, grabbing property, building dynasties, fighting for control, and doing whatever it takes to keep what you have for as long as possible.
The Official Yellowstone Season 5 Trailer Is HERE
Yellowstone Season 5 premieres on Sunday, November 13, and it looks to be a massive one, so much so that the premiere will last for two hours (two full episodes). A drama series about the Dutton family, headed by patriarch John Dutton, “Yellowstone” only appeared to catch on with journalists beyond the heartland last season, so you’d be forgiven if you hadn’t heard of it (Kevin Costner). The Duttons manage the United States’ biggest continuous ranch but are always under threat from property developers, have clashed with an Indian tribe, and have found themselves at odds with the country’s first national park.
A number of performers, including Luke Grimes, Kelly Reilly, Wes Bentley, Cole Hauser, and Kelsey Asbille, have become famous thanks to their roles in the program.
Along with Brecken Merrill, Forrie Smith, Denim Richards, Ian Bohen, Finn Little, Ryan Bingham, and Gil Birmingham, the ensemble cast also includes Mo Brings Plenty, Wendy Moniz, Jen Landon, and Kathryn Kelly in regular roles. In addition to Jacki Weaver, Kylie Rogers, and Kyle Red Silverstein returning for Yellowstone Season 5, new cast members Kai Caster, Lainey Wilson, Lilli Kay, and Dawn Olivieri will also be featured in flashbacks to a younger John Dutton.
Yellowstone Season 5 was supposed to be split into two parts earlier this year. We’ll have to wait and see whether that contract holds even if Paramount doesn’t mention it in their new teaser.
What can we anticipate from the Yellowstone Season 5? After John Dutton (Costner) is sworn in as Governor of Montana, the new video reveals the turmoil, adversaries, and “war” that ensues. The launch of season four of “Yellowstone” on Paramount Network drew in more than 14 million people, making it the highest-rated program on cable. Just how long can “Yellowstone” go on? Maybe it’s just getting started since it won its first SAG award only last year. This was the first major critical recognition the film has ever received. Check out the Yellowstone Season 5 teaser below.