Forrie J. Smith, one of the stars of "Yellowstone," says that season 5 will make fans ask, "What the hell?"

Season 5 of Yellowstone is coming soon, and fans are more excited than ever. More than 15 million people watched the season 4 finale, making Taylor Sheridan's western the most-watched drama on TV. Fans want to know what will happen next with the Duttons wherever the show's stars go. 

Forrie J. Smith says that Season 5 of "Yellowstone" will make fans ask, "What the hell?" 

Since the spring, the cast and crew of Yellowstone have been filming the extra-long fifth season, which will have 14 episodes. When the stars of the show aren't filming in Montana's Bitterroot Valley, many of them go to different events and give interviews. And, of course, everyone wants to know when season 5 will come out. 

When Forrie J. Smith (Lloyd Pierce) went to a charity event for animals in Houston called a gala for PetSet, he was asked to describe Yellowstone Season 5 in one word. 

Smith told KPRC2 Houston, "It looks good." "Everyone will say, 'What the hell?'" 

Executive producer David C. Glasser says that the first episode of Season 5 of "Yellowstone" will be a surprise. 

No one who has anything to do with Season 5 of Yellowstone is willing to say anything about what fans can expect. But executive producer David C. Glasser said that the first episode would have a surprise. 

"Everyone will be shocked by the beginning of our story and what has happened right away in Episode 1," Glasser told TV Insider. 

When you put the quotes from Glasser and Smith next to each other, it starts to look like there might be a time jump at the start of the new season. Kelly Reilly, who plays Beth Dutton, told Vulture something that also points to a change in time. 

In season 5, when Reilly was talking about Kevin Costner's character John Dutton, she stopped herself just before she seemed to say that the character becomes the governor of Montana. After that, she said: 

"I will say that it gets harder to run the kingdom as it gets bigger. In a strange way, Beth is probably at her strongest at the start of season five. But it will be interesting to see how she walks the line." 

Kelly Reilly and Kevin Costner talk about what they think about the new season. 

Before season 5, Costner says that everywhere he goes, people only want to talk about Yellowstone. But he doesn't mind the constant attention because it comes with being part of such a good project. 

The Oscar winner told Entertainment Tonight, "If I'm out, someone will talk about it within an hour." "You sort of hope that will happen, and it has. I think that's what happens when great dialogue is set against mountains, rivers, and horses running. I think it has some gold dust on it." 

Reilly said at the Paramount 2022 Upfronts that since season 4 of Yellowstone was so successful, the problem now is "how do we top it every year?" 

The fifth season of Yellowstone starts on the Paramount Network on Sunday, November 13. The first four seasons are now being shown on Peacock.


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