Kevin Costner’s John Dutton steps into the combustible politics of Yellowstone.
Paramount Network has released the trailer for the fifth season of Taylor Sheridan’s Western drama, which shows the formidable Dutton patriarch and breeder sworn in as Governor of Montana.
One of Dutton’s powerhouse first steps is to fire his senior staff and put his trusty (though combustible) daughter (Kelly Riley) as chief of staff.
“We’re already at war,” Dutton says of his many enemies, including Carolyn Warner (Jackie Weaver), CEO of a company seeking to buy land owners in order to build an airport and transform Wyoming.
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Based on the trailer, we can see that Warner’s clash will loom large.
“Destroy them, starting with her,” Warner says of the Duttons, including former ally Beth.
Likewise, the often strained relationship with Thomas Rainwater (Gill Birmingham), a Harvard-educated Broken Rock chief who wants to buy back Dutton’s ancestral lands, is heating up.
Much of the remainder of the trailer is a boisterous reel of anticipated emotional drama — fights, tantrums, kissing, arson, and country dancing. It ends with John Dutton’s big embrace of troubled farmer Lloyd Pierce (Forrey J. Smith) who was at serious risk of falling out with the family last season.
Everything else is a great mystery. As Smith said houston tv station‘Everyone’s going, ‘What the hell?’ “
How to watch Yellowstone Season 5
Season 5 of “Yellowstone” premieres November 13 (8 EST/PT) with a two-hour episode on Paramount Network and the Paramount Network app, available to pay-TV subscribers. Paramount+ is the streaming home of the ‘Yellowstone’ spin-off, but last season’s episodes of ‘Yellowstone’ are only available when you subscribe to a Comcast competitor Peacock Premium.
Viewers can also purchase past episodes of “Yellowstone” at Amazon and Vudu ($2.99 each) or by the full season ($19.99 each).
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Yellowstone plans Four spin-offs, including the prequel series “1883” and “1923”.
- Yellowstone’s limited origin story “1883,” which ended in February, starred husband and wife Tim McGraw and Faith Hill as James and Margaret Dutton, the first Duttons to settle in Montana, and Sam Elliott as the unruly. Shea Brennan’s Nail Guide.
- Sheridan’s “1923” is set to premiere in December on Paramount+ and will follow a previous generation with Helen Mirren as the family mum Kara Dutton, who is married to Yellowstone Ranch patriarch Jacob Dutton, played by Harrison Ford. The duo play brother and sister-in-law in Tim McGraw’s James Dutton from ‘1883’ on a Yellowstone farmhouse as the area deals with the Great Depression, Prohibition and a historic drought.
- Paramount has transformed its planned second “1883” series into a new limited series “Bass Reeves,” starring David Oyelow as the legendary lawman. Reeves was the first black Vice-Marshal of the United States west of the Mississippi River. There is no official release date for “Pass Reeves” on Paramount+.
- Sheridan’s “Yellowstone” spin-off “6666” takes place on the legendary 6666 ranch in Texas. who appeared in the fourth season of “Yellowstone”. There is no scheduled release date.
Tulsa King is next in the Yellowstone universe.
“Tulsa King” is part of Sheridan’s world, but it has nothing to do with the story. “Tulsa” It stars Sylvester Stallone as New York mafia captain Dwight “General” Manfredi, who is released from prison after 25 years of keeping mob secrets. Although he passed his time without screaming, Manfredi was unceremoniously neglected by a fraudulent crime boss and set up shop in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The rejected Dwight slowly builds a cast of unlikely characters with a plan to found a new criminal empire.
“Tulsa King” will premiere at Paramount+ on November 13th with two episodes. New episodes for the remainder of the season will be shown weekly on the streaming platform. Only Paramount Network will be broadcasting The first two episodes are on November 20 (8 EDT / Pacific Time); All remaining episodes will be broadcast exclusively.
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Did Yellowstone win awards?
“Yellowstone” continues to grow: The fourth season premiere averaged 14.7 million viewers last November, according to Nielsen. The drama earned a nomination from the SAG Awards for Dramatic Acting in February, but HBO’s “Succession” won the award.
Season 4 did not receive any Emmy nominations this year. The first three seasons of “Yellowstone” earned them only one Emmy nomination for Production Design.