June 26, 2022

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Latest updates on YellowStone Season 5 Premiere Date

Yellowstone Season 5 will not air until November. Since the future episodes are being filmed as you read this, the production company announced new casting the following day. Alongside featuring the Dutton family in the next season, there are multiple spin-offs that are in production, including teenage drama “The Cutthroats,” and the family thriller “Shearwater.”

If you want to know what is going to happen in Yellowstone in the upcoming season with the Duttons, read this. We are hoping for early 2023 release let’s see what happens.

In Season 4, Beth (Kelly Reilly) ended up killing her adoptive brother Jamie (Wes Bentley), who we know was behind all the recent attempts on the Yellowstone ranch. In spite of this, she was able to manipulate him into murdering his biological father Garrett (Will Patton). It turned out that it was Garrett causing the problems in Season 3, so he deserved what he got.

Beth also made sure to have evidence of the deed and now has her brother’s future husband Rip (Cole Hauser) right where she wants him as well. She also just saw her father’s new vegan friend Piper Perabo go to jail while she proposed marriage to Rip, though they are waiting for confirmation on whether or not they’re actually legally married first.

Beth (Emily Kinney) will find it harder to claim the world for The Walking Dead after receiving a warning from her adversary, Kayce (Frank Dillane). With their long wait for Season 5 just beginning, now there’s an added element of uncertainty and danger.

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Yellow Stone Season 5 Cast

Josh Lucas will return in season 5 as a young John Dutton and it looks like this season we’ll have many more flashbacks. He is joined by Kylie Rogers who will also play Beth, Kyle Red Silverstein who will play Rip, and Jacki Weaver who returns as Caroline Warner. Furthermore, Mo Brings Plenty and Wendy Moniz are promoted to recurring for their roles in season 5.

Four new actors will be joining the cast of “Yellowstone” during its upcoming five-episode season. One of them is going to play Rowdy, a cowboy who came to the park recently. Another actress will portray Abby, a musician.

Another plays Clara Brewer, a new assistant for one of the Dutons in the show. The newest addition is Dawn Olivieri playing Sarah Atwood, an upcoming character from Montana and a “corporate shark.”

The cast, including 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 and Gil Birmingham as Thomas Rainwater will return to the show. Newly promoted series regular Jen Landon will also be in the bunkhouse along with Forrie Smith, Denim Richards. Ian Bohen and Ryan Bingham who have all been seen before.

This means that despite its decision to hide, the reformed trouble magnet will return. Kathryn Kelly, who plays Emily has also been promoted to series regular for season 4 and will be returning along as well.

Yellow Stone Season 5 Release Schedule

Season 5 is the first season to consist of 14 episodes, split into two separate chunks of seven episodes. Its the biggest season so far, but it’s not yet clear how long that break in the middle will be.

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Prequels and Spinoffs

 Taylor Sheridan’s upcoming miniseries, Yellowstone picks up the storyline from his previous film, Hell or High Water. The prequel series stars Isabel May as Eva Dutton and Tim McGraw as her father James in addition to David Oyelowo who plays Bass Reeves in a new drama series that also features other famous actors including John Dutton as played by Taylor Sheridan.

On December, 1883, a show that is set in 1932 will be created. The show will star Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren. An older John Dutton, who isn’t actually 78 years old at the time of the show will play one of them as well, or just an unknown Dutton altogether.

Sheridan is producing a show about the real Four Sixes ranch, which airs both on Paramount Network and will cover the story of how it’s continued to operate as it did centuries ago.