Yellowstone Season 5 Episode 1: Everything We Know So Far

Yellowstone Season 5 Episode 1 Everything We Know So Far

Since they are aware that I write about TV, my family members frequently refer to me as their own personal IMDb. But when it comes to frequently asked questions, one is always the first thing that comes to everyone’s mind: “When’s ‘Yellowstone’ coming back?”

The premiere of the Paramount series about ranchers, members of Native American tribes, merchants, politicians, and residents who all want a piece of what Montana has to offer attracted 14.7 million viewers, and its prequel “1883” also did well. Despite the fact that “Yellowstone” is a certain ratings hit and appears to be here to stay for the foreseeable future, the next season is still not nearly ready. Here is everything you need to know about “Yellowstone” season 5 before its autumn launch.

When and when to watch season five of Yellowstone

The release date for “Yellowstone” season 5 has already been determined: November 13, 2022. The show’s new episodes will air on Sundays at 8 p.m. ET (7 p.m. CT), just like in prior seasons. However, unlike previous seasons, the programme is apparently planning to divide its 14-episode narrative into two halves, as previous seasons of “Better Call Saul” and “The Walking Dead” did. This indicates more “Yellowstone” than in previous seasons, but it also probably indicates a longer gap between the two halves of the season.

The series will once again be broadcast on both the Paramount Network and the Paramount+ website and app. At this moment, the network could as well be referred to as the Taylor Sheridan extended universe because the “Yellowstone” creator is not only topping the ratings with this series but also with a number of spin-offs and other projects. Through the combination of the series with fresh Sheridan endeavours, Paramount will capitalise on the dependable “Yellowstone” ratings. The fifth season of “Yellowstone” will debut on the same night as the Sylvester Stallone-starring programme “Tulsa King,” which will debut in November.

What we anticipate Yellowstone season 5 will cover

The turmoil surrounding Kelly Reilly’s Beth will most likely continue where the season 4 cliffhangers left off in the show. In the season finale, Beth coerced Jamie (Wes Bentley) to kill his biological father, Garrett, in addition to marrying her ex-boyfriend Rip (Cole Hauser) (Will Patton). As Jamie disposes of the body, Beth takes advantage of the opportunity to capture pictures, giving her more leverage over the candidate for governor.

Despite the fact that he just seems to be running to impress Jamie, John (Kevin Costner) appears to be a superior candidate for the Governor’s office. Jimmy (Jefferson White), a ranch hand, also had his medical bill forgiven by John when he had an injury during a rodeo, and Jimmy appears to be leaving this show to join the spin-off “6666.” It’s unknown if any of the “Yellowstone” storylines will be used for “1923,” another prequel spinoff series starring Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren, this season.

What is known regarding the cast of Yellowstone season 5

Along with other prominent cast members like Gil Birmingham, Luke Grimes, and Kelsey Asbille, regular “Yellowstone” cast members Costner, Hauser, Bentley, and Reilly appear likely to return this season. According to TVLine, series regular roles will be given to Wendy Moniz (Governor Perry), Moses Brings Plenty (Mo), Jennifer Landon (Teeter), and Kathryn Kelly (Emily). Since Josh Lucas, Kylie Rogers, and Kyle Red Silverstein are all returning to play younger versions of John, Beth, and Rip, the season is also almost certainly going to involve additional flashbacks. Caroline Warner, a successful businesswoman, will be played once again by the outstanding Jacki Weaver.

There will also be a few fresh faces among the ranchers and locals: “Your Honor” actor Lilli Kay will play a Dutton family member’s new secretary, while country singer Lainey Wilson will play a musician named Abby and “The Baxters” actor Kai Caster will play a cowboy named Rowdy. According to TVLine, Dawn Olivieri, who previously had an appearance in “1883,” will serve as a “corporate shark” here under the name of Sarah.

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