The Dutton family of Yellowstone, a television show set in Montana, is back for the fifth season of romance, family drama, deceit, violence, and betrayal.
Yellowstone premiered in 2018, and it has since spawned three spin-offs: the prequel series 1883 (which premiered in 2021), the upcoming 1923 (starring Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford), and 6666 (starring Jefferson White).
It was Kevin Costner’s first starring TV role since Hatfields & McCoys in 2012, and it told the story of the Dutton family, owners of the largest ranch in Montana, and their conflicts with land developers and those living on their borders.
Now one of Paramount’s biggest hits, the series was co-created by Taylor Sheridan and John Linson and has featured an A-list guest cast including Danny Huston, Gretchen Mol, Lost’s Josh Holloway, Piper Perabo, and singer Faith Hill in its first four seasons. With such high-profile names, their clothing had to be inch-perfect to make strong impressions on the viewers. And that is where the Yellowstone Jacket came into play, which the cast wore, and it ended up becoming the highlight of the series.
Read on to find out what happens in season five after season four ended with a wedding, a court case, blackmail, and murder.
Yellowstone Season 5 Cast
- Kevin Costner as John Dutton
- Luke Grimes as Kayce Dutton
- Kelly Reilly as Bethany Dutton
- Wes Bentley as Jamie Dutton
- Cole Hauser as Rip Wheeler
- Kelsey Asbille as Monica Long Dutton
- Brecken Merrill as Tate Dutton
- Gil Birmingham as Chief Thomas Rainwater
- Forrie J. Smith as Lloyd Pierce
- Denim Richards as Colby Mayfield
- Ian Bohen as Ryan
- Ryan Bingham as Walker
- Finn Little as Carter
Yellowstone Season 5 Release Date and Time
On Sunday, November 13 at 8 p.m., Yellowstone will return to Paramount Network for
Season 5 with a special two-hour event, with subsequent episodes airing weekly.
The 14 episodes of Season 5 will be broken up into two sets of seven. It’s the most popular season to date, but how long the break in the middle will last remains a mystery.
David C. Glasser, Yellowstone the show’s executive producer, has been giving hints about the upcoming season in recent interviews. Glasser told TV Insider, “Where our story starts and what has happened will immediately surprise everybody” in Episode 1.
What’s Going To Happen In Yellowstone Season 5?
John apparently becomes governor, fires everyone, and promotes his daughter Beth to the position of chief of staff. Cole Hauser gave a sneak peek into season five in a March interview with Kathryn Walt Hall.
“As actors, and I think I speak for all of us, we come together,” he said. Meanwhile, Kevin Costner revealed to Extra that he can relate to the new season’s story.
A war is raging beneath the surface, and I can sense it. People who believe one man has too much, people who have ideas about what they would do with the land, etc., the whole thing of people attacking this guy while he tries to hold on to it, and I can relate to that.
According to Costner, there is no truth to the speculation that his character will be killed off in season five or subsequent seasons. I don’t wish to pass away… There’s simply too much to accomplish. Concerning the future of this story, I have no idea. In all honesty, I haven’t given it much consideration.
“It’s not about living because everyone dies.” Kelsey Asbille, who plays Monica, Kayce’s wife and Tate’s mother, hinted to TV Insider that she knows what will happen to her character following the events of season four, especially after husband Kayce ominously told her in the season finale, “I see the end of us.”
“I had to find out [what Kayce meant]. She then added, “Actually, Luke [Grimes] had to know as well. We immediately confronted Taylor Sheridan with, “You gotta tell us. We need only see what lies ahead of us. That being said, I can’t reveal that we have a fairly solid hypothesis.
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