Kevin Costner won’t get a chance to go yellowstone Because the series is ending instead. Shortly after reports of Costner leaving the series, Paramount announced that the series would end after its fifth season, which would be Costner’s final. But nothing can stop the Dutton family’s ranching empire, so Paramount announces a sequel series Matthew McConaughey in conversation with The Star,
first part of yellowstoneThe fifth season, dubbed Part 1, has already been released, but Part 2 is where the series ran into trouble. Filming of the second half of the season has not yet finished due in part to an alleged feud between Costner and series co-creator Taylor Sheridan. This could be a blessing in disguise for Sheridan and Paramount, who can now use the back half of the season to move the show toward its finale and prepare for a sequel.
What Paramount Hasn’t Announced Yet yellowstoneWhat will the sequel series really be about?
“The Dutton story continues, picking up from yellowstone Leaves off in another epic story. We are thrilled to bring this new journey to audiences around the world,” David Glasser, CEO of 101 Studios (the production studio behind the show), said in a news release.
according to a report by deadlineSequel plans are still in flux, including whether or not the follow-up series will bring back the main cast of the original – minus Costner – and if so, which ones. It also hasn’t been said whether McConaughey will actually star in the new series, though Deadline reports that he’s been in talks with Paramount since February and those talks are still ongoing.
yellowstone Season 5 Part 2 doesn’t have an official release date yet. Not even Paramount’s newly announced sequel.