Yellowstone Season 5 Part 2: Everything You Need to Know Paramount Network
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Buckle up, Yellowstone fans. The Dutton family has trouble knocking on their door as the show returns for Season 5 Part 2.
Aside from Beth (Kelly Reilly) and Jamie (Wes Bentley) potentially plotting to kill each other, John (Kevin Costner) must contend with the Yellowstone Ranch costing him his legacy. As people saw in the midseason finale, a bacterial disease called brucellosis threatened to wipe out his cattle, forcing him to send the herd to Texas. Not only could the move bring Beth and Rip (Cole Hauser) closer to a reunion with Jimmy at 6666 Ranch, but leasing the land could potentially bankrupt the Duttons.
After a dramatic cliffhanger in Season 5, fans are now wondering what’s next for the crew. Unfortunately, there won’t be any new episodes for a while, but that doesn’t mean the show is over – there’s a lot more to come.
When is the Yellowstone Season 5 Episode 9 release date?
The Duttons will return in Summer 2023 with Season 5 Episode 9. It’s a bit of a waiting game as there’s no official premiere date yet, but Paramount Network dropped a teaser to swarm fans.
In December, Piper Perabo, who plays Summer on Yellowstone, told TV Guide that she had no idea what was coming after episode eight and hinted that filming for part two might not have started yet.
How many episodes does Yellowstone season 5 part 2 have?
As part of its oversized season, showrunner Taylor Sheridan told Variety that the latest episode consists of 14 episodes, which Paramount Network split into two parts.
Though he didn’t reveal any further details at the time, viewers now know that the first eight episodes of Yellowstone Season 5 aired in late 2022 and ended on January 1, 2023. Now there are six episodes left, which may come to our TVs sometime between the end of May and the end of September.
Is Kevin Costner leaving the Yellowstone cast?
On February 6, Deadline reported that co-creator and showrunner Taylor Sheridan had decided to end Yellowstone with Season 5. According to the outlet, the decision was made after Kevin Costner requested that the remaining six episodes be filmed in one week. Sources told Deadline that Paramount Network “denied” his request and was instead eyeing a new Yellowstone spinoff starring Matthew McConaughey to wrap up the original series.
Shortly thereafter, Paramount Network released a statement denying Kevin would be leaving Yellowstone after his alleged request caused “frustration” and “moral issues” with the rest of the cast.
“We have no news to report. Kevin Costner is a huge part of Yellowstone and we hope that will continue to be the case,” a Paramount Network spokesman told Deadline. “Thanks to Taylor Sheridan’s brilliant mind, we’re constantly working on franchise expansions to this incredible world he built. Matthew McConaughey is a phenomenal talent who we would love to work with.”
Most recently, on February 21, Kevin’s attorney Marty Singer commented on the allegations on his behalf.
“The idea that Kevin only wanted to work on the second half of Yellowstone Season 5 for a week is an absolute lie,” he told Puck News. “It’s ridiculous – and anyone who suggests it shouldn’t be believed for a second. As anyone who knows anything about Kevin knows, he is incredibly passionate about the show and has always done everything to ensure its success.”
Where can I watch Yellowstone Season 5 Part 2?
If you’re busy on a Sunday night and can’t catch the latest episode of Yellowstone Season 5 live on the Paramount Network channel, you can catch up on the Paramount Network website. But before you press play, you’ll need to enter your cable provider’s credentials.
Don’t have a cable? The platform also accepts subscribers to live streaming services, including YouTube TV and Hulu + Live TV. FYI: You can also turn on your DVR on live streaming platforms to automatically record new Yellowstone episodes. You just have to skip the commercials while you watch them.
Alternatively, fans can head to Amazon Prime Video to keep up with the latest on Yellowstone. Finally, iTunes, Google Play, YouTube, and Vudu also offer the show.
When will Yellowstone season 5 air on Peacock?
For viewers who fancy a non-stop Yellowstone marathon, Peacock is the best place to watch the drama. NBC’s streaming service will offer seasons 1, 2, 3 and 4 on demand. If you don’t already have a subscription, you’ll need to sign up for Peacock Premium to start watching. The basic plan starts at $4.99 per month with ads or you can opt for no ads through Peacock Premium Plus for $9.99 per month.
When Yellowstone Season 5 will be available on Peacock, people can expect to see it in their queues in late 2023. Previous seasons have appeared on the streaming platform weeks after the new episodes finished airing.
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