Yellowstone season 5 release date, trailer, cast and everything we know so far



In order to satisfy fans' obsession with the modern Western, the Yellowstone universe is growing. Several Yellowstone spin-offs are currently in production. However, we're also eagerly anticipating the return of the program that started it all. 

Yellowstone Season 5 will continue up after the gory events of Season 4's finale, in which Beth (Kelly Reilly), the ranch's true mastermind and adopted brother of Jamie (Wes Bentley), tricked Jamie into killing his biological father, Garrett (Will Patton). Beth assumed Garrett had it coming after it was discovered that Garrett had authorized the attempted assassinations of John (Kevin Costner), Beth, and Kayce (Luke Grimes) in Season 3. She made sure to hold onto the evidence as well, so she is now in complete control of Jamie when he runs against his father for governor. It's basically Beth's universe and everyone else is just living in it because she recently got married to Rip Wheeler (Cole Hauser) and witnessed her father's new, perplexing vegan friend (Piper Perabo) being sent to jail. 

Kayce has been on a difficult spiritual journey that gave him a glimpse of two paths, which complicates Beth's ambition for world/Montana dominance. He informed Monica (Kelsey Asbille) that at least one of those options would be "the end of us." Whatever that means, it can't be good, and the lengthy wait for Season 5 is made all the more difficult. 

Here is all we currently know about Yellowstone Season 5, including the premiere date, cast information, and trailers. 

Schedule and Release Date for Season 5 of Yellowstone 


On Sunday, November 13, Yellowstone will make its return to Paramount Network for Season 5 with a special two-hour event. Subsequent episodes will air on a weekly basis. The 14 episodes in Season 5 will be split into two groups of seven episodes each. Although this is the biggest season to date, it's not yet known how long the midseason break will last. 

Fifth season trailer for Yellowstone 

An ominous teaser trailer for Season 5 was presented during the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards, containing the first glimpse of Season 5. As we see pictures of the Duttons, John Dutton states in a voiceover, "We'll show the world who we are and what we do." The teaser then promises that "everything will be revealed" before revealing that the Nov. 13 debut would last for two hours. 

Cast of Yellowstone Season 5 

Season 5 will bring both seasoned and fresh faces to the ranch. Josh Lucas will make his first appearance as young John Dutton since Season 3; he'll be accompanied by Kyle Red Silverstein as young Rip and Beth, suggesting that there will be a lot of flashback scenes. Mo Brings Plenty and Wendy Moniz are promoted to series regulars as Thomas Rainwater's (Gil Birmingham) right-hand man Mo and Governor Lynelle Perry, respectively. Jacki Weaver also makes a comeback as the Duttons' newest business adversary, Market Equities CEO Caroline Warner. 

Four new characters will also be arriving in Yellowstone. Young cowboy Rowdy, played by Kai Caster, will be featured. Abby is the name of the musician played by Lainey Wilson. Clara Brewer, a new assistant for one of the Duttons, will be played by Lilli Kai (we feel bad for her already). Additionally, Dawn Olivieri from 1883 joins the cast as Sarah Atwood, a newbie to Montana who is said to as a "corporate shark" in the official character description. 

Forrie J. Smith, Denim Richards, Ian Bohen, Ryan Bingham, and Jen Landon as Teeter—who has been elevated to series regular—will all be returning along with the rest of the bunkhouse. 

In addition, Jefferson White, who plays Jimmy, and Kathryn Kelly, who plays Emily, Emily's fiancĂ©e, have both been elevated to series regular status. The reformed problem magnet will therefore be staying somewhere, despite having selected the Four Sixes over Yellowstone. 

How to Watch, Every Show, The Dutton Family Tree, and More in The Yellowstone Universe 

principal actors 

John Dutton, played by Kevin Costner 

as Beth, Kelly Reilly 

as Kayce, Luke Grimes 

Jamie Wes Bentley 

Cole Hauser plays Rip, while Kelsey Asbille plays Monica, and Tate Finn Little, Carter Gil Birmingham, and Brecken Merrill play Thomas Rainwater. 

Yellowstone Inside the Action 

Season 5's filming got under way in the summer. On social media, the cast members frequently shared photos of the stunning locales where movies were shot, such as this one posted by Cole Hauser. Although tomorrow is never guaranteed in the Wild West, the image and his remark about Season 5 appear to put an end to any suspicions that he won't be returning to the program. 

Prequels and Spin-Offs for Yellowstone 

In the universe of Taylor Sheridan shows about ranchers, Yellowstone is no longer alone. Late last year, the prequel miniseries 1883, which told the origin tale of the Dutton family's arrival in Montana, was broadcast on Paramount+. Tim McGraw played her father, James, and Isabel May portrayed Elsa, the fearless and intrepid adolescent sister of John Dutton's paternal grandfather, John Sr. David Oyelowo will portray Bass Reeves in the spin-off 1883: The Bass Reeves Story. Reeves was the illustrious first Black U.S. Marshal west of the Mississippi. He had previously been a slave and had apprehended over 3,000 offenders. 

A second Yellowstone prequel, named 1923, will resume up in December where the first prequel left off, with the Duttons' subsequent generation looking after their ranch in the years following World War I and the beginning of Prohibition. Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren will play Jacob and Cara Dutton, Tim McGraw's James Dutton's brother and sister-in-law in 1883, respectively, in that program. 

The Yellowstone spin-off 6666, which Sheridan is also writing, is set at the actual historic Four Sixes ranch in Texas (which Sheridan also owns). It tells the tale of how the ranch is still run in the same manner as it was more than a century ago. Along with the original program, that spin-off will be broadcast on Paramount Network. 

Seasons 1–4 of Yellowstone are available to stream on Peacock. The Paramount Network will carry the fifth season.


Source: tvguide.com

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