How much are the Duttons willing to pay for the new episodes? Here is everything we know so far about Yellowstone Season 5.
This summer is going to be a whirlwind! If you recall, a few weeks ago, the fans were treated to a surprise announcement of a 30-second teaser for the second half of the season, which stated that Season 5 would return in the summer of 2023, though no specific date has been made public. If we have to guess, the new episode will premiere sometime between June and July. Of course, this is speculation, and the network will confirm it later.
In addition to this, it is anticipated to premiere at the same respective time slots, which the network will disclose later. On the other hand, the trailer advised viewers who yearned for more Yellowstone to keep an eye out for #YellowstoneTV on all social media platforms to receive news, updates, and exclusive behind-the-scenes looks and interviews about the show throughout the break. Take a look at the clip on the official YouTube channel below:
Yellowstone Season 5: What has happened in the season so far
The official synopsis of the season states, “John Dutton puts his hand on the Bible and promises to uphold the Montana constitution against all enemies as he takes over as the state’s Governor. He fires the old staff and hires Beth as his new chief of staff before signing a declaration his son Jamie calls a ‘declaration of war.’ John convincingly takes on his new role, but power has a price and the question arises of what the Duttons are willing to pay.”
Here’s what we know about Yellowstone Season 5 episodes thus far if you haven’t been able to catch up with the season.
Episode 1: One Hundred Years Is Nothing: John Dutton is sworn in as Governor of Montana; as John settles into the powers of his new office, he makes bold moves to protect Yellowstone from his opponents; the bunkhouse and the Duttons enjoy the Governor’s ball.
Episode 2: The Sting of Wisdom: John makes a speech to the state of Montana as a new opponent from Market Equities arrives on a private jet; the cowboys deal with a new problem.
Episode 3: Tall Drink of Water: Beth heads to Salt Lake City to take care of unfinished business; a trap is set for Jamie; Kayce makes an important decision for his family.
Episode 4: Horses in Heaven: John makes swift changes at the Capitol; later, he receives some advice from Senator Perry; the venom between Jamie and Beth reaches a boiling point.
Episode 5: Watch ‘Em Ride Away: John tells Clara to cancel his Capitol meetings to brand cattle with the Yellowstone cowboys; Beth’s disdain for a perceived rival reaches a boiling point.
Episode 6: Cigarettes, Whiskey, a Meadow and You: The Duttons and the Yellowstone enjoy an almost perfect day branding cattle; Montana gets an unexpected visitor from outside; Sarah continues to sink her teeth into Jamie; Rainwater deals with a challenger from within.
Episode 7: The Dream Is Not Me: John deals with a problem with his herd; Sen. Perry delivers news to Rainwater; Jamie and Sarah plan their next move; the entire Yellowstone enjoys a rare evening of fun together; Beth discusses a new business plan concerning the ranch.
Episode 8: A Knife and No Coin: Jamie goes through with his plan; John has a request for Monica and lends support to an unexpected friend; the Yellowstone cowboys embark on a big change; a flashback reveals a source of Rip’s loyalty.
The star cast of the new season includes the Oscar-winner Kevin Costner, Luke Grimes, Kelly Reilly, Wes Bentley, Cole Hauser, Kelsey Asbille, Brecken Merrill, Forrie Smith, Denim Richards, Ian Bohen, Finn Little, Ryan Bingham, Gil Birmingham are among the critically acclaimed ensemble cast members of Season 5. Moreover, Mo Brings Plenty, Wendy Moniz, Jen Landon, and Kathryn Kelly have been promoted to series regulars.
Along with Kyle Red Silverstein, Jacki Weaver, Kylie Rogers, and Josh Lucas returning as the young John Dutton in Season 5, the ensemble cast also gains Kai Caster, Lainey Wilson, Lilli Kay, and Dawn Olivieri. Created by Taylor Sheridan and John Linson and produced by MTV Entertainment Studios and 101 Studios, Executive producers include Linson, Art Linson, Sheridan, Kevin Costner, David C. Glasser, Bob Yari, and Stephen Kay.
The series is available exclusively on Paramount+, with other series of the same genre also accessible on the streaming platform with a range of membership options. You should check out the catalog, which is home to the world’s favourite stars, stories, and brands and is coming soon. Additionally, the show can also be watched on FuboTV or Paramount Network. You can also rent or purchase it on Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu, based on viewers’ preferences and location.
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— Yellowstone (@Yellowstone) March 2, 2023
Catch up on previous episodes while you wait for Yellowstone Season 5 to premiere in the summer of 2023.