Before We have Even Said Hello to Yellowstone Season 5, Kelly Reilly Drops a Stunning Photo to Say a ‘Beautiful Goodbye’

It's easy to understand why saying goodbye would be so difficult! 

Many factors contribute to Yellowstone's Beth Dutton's identity, including the land she and her family call home. While viewers may tune in to hear Beth's latest bitchy remark or to see who is foolish enough to try to bring down her clan next, the backdrop against which everything unfolds is just as appealing to many. 

As we wait for the two-house Season 5 premiere (November 13 at 8 p.m. on the Paramount Network), Beth's portrayer, Kelly Reilly, is packing her belongings and preparing to leave Montana with the rest of the cast and crew. But first, she shared one last stunning photo (click here to see it) of the countryside where they've been filming. 

"Beautiful goodbye in the forest on my last day in Montana," she wrote, and you can almost feel a sense of peace and serenity wash over you if you look at the photo long enough. (Not that the land has ever truly affected Beth!) 

"It would be utterly heartbreaking if this [land] was cemented over and turned into a city," Reilly told the L.A. Times. Furthermore, those mountains are brutal. You must always keep your wits about you no matter where you go. Beth is made up of that kind of ferocity, that edge." 

Few details about the upcoming season have been released, but we do know it will be a supersized 14-episode season, with the first half premiering in November and the second half premiering next year. 

We also have several episode titles thanks to eagle-eyed (possibly obsessed) Yellowstone fans who diligently studied a pile of scripts spotted in one of Reilly's Instagram stories earlier this year... They don't reveal much. The season will begin with an episode titled "One Hundred Years is Nothing," which may refer to the upcoming Yellowstone spinoff, 1923, according to Reddit users. The sixth episode of the season, titled "Cigarettes, Whisky, a Meadow, and You," is perhaps our favorite of the leaked titles, if only because it screams "Beth episode." 

If you can't get enough of Yellowstone, check out the massive — hundreds of photos — collection in our gallery, where we have a little fun while remembering the first four seasons. Do you want to see those early episodes? They're only available on Peacock, which is currently running a special offer that allows viewers to sign up for a year at a significant discount.


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