Yellowstone Season 5: Release Date, Cast, And More

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Ever since the season 4 finale of "Yellowstone" dropped last year, fans of the neo-Western drama have been in anticipation of what happens next. Taylor Sheridan and John Linson's "Yellowstone" has been renewed for a fifth season, which will continue the saga of the Dutton family over the course of 14 episodes. The hype surrounding the upcoming season is all too real, as "Yellowstone" is a huge hit with audiences and has spawned two prequel spin-off shows so far — the well-received "1883" and the upcoming "1923."

So, what can we expect from season 5 of "Yellowstone?" Here's everything you need to know, and more.

When and where you can watch season 5 of Yellowstone

Season 5 of "Yellowstone" will premiere on the Paramount Network on November 13, 2022. According to AV Club, the show's season 5 premiere will be a special, two-hour event that sets the stage for the series of events that will continue to expand the show's chaotic universe.

Yellowstone season 5 teaser and what the new installment will be about

Before we dive into what season 5 of "Yellowstone" could potentially be about, check out the first footage teaser released during the MTV Video Music Awards above. Titled "All Will Be Revealed," the clip shows a glimpse of the Dutton family gearing up to protect their ranch, hinting that something serious is about to go down in the upcoming season. As season 5 will pick up directly from the previous season's cliffhanger, there will be heavy spoilers ahead for the discussion of the same.

In season 4 of the show, Beth (Kelly Reilly) ended up marrying her boyfriend, Rip (Cole Hauser), while manipulating Jamie (Wes Bentley) to murder his father, Garrett (Will Patton). Beth does this to essentially garner material for blackmail purposes, while John (Kevin Costner) is in the running for governor solely to prove a point to Jamie. Meanwhile, Kayce (Luke Grimes) has been on a transformative personal journey, which culminates with him uttering a particularly ominous line at the end of season 4. Season 5 of "Yellowstone" will most likely flesh out these storylines further and explore the core themes of the show, such as the tussle between modernism and tradition, and the bitter cost of nostalgia.

Yellowstone season 5 cast, crew, and more

Season 5 will see the return of the core cast, which includes Kevin Costner, Kelly Reilly, Luke Grimes, Wes Bentley, Gil Birmingham, and more. Josh Lucas will also be returning as a young John Dutton, alongside Jacki Weaver, Kylie Rogers (who will reprise her role as a young Beth Dutton), and Kyle Red Silverstein. However, that's not it, as several newcomers are also joining the new season, including Kai Caster, Lainey Wilson, Lilli Kay, and Dawn Olivieri. Meanwhile, Jen Landon (who plays Teeter) and Kathryn Kelly (who plays Emily) have been bumped up to series regulars, so one can expect their respective stories to unfold in greater detail. 

Both Sheridan and Linson serve as co-creators and executive producers for the show, with Costner, Art Linson, David C. Glasser, Bob Yari, and Stephen Kay also executive producing. 

The world of "Yellowstone" is gradually expanding, as the upcoming prequel spin-off, "1923," will follow the Duttons tending to their ranch post World War II, with Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren set to star in major roles in the show. There's also Sheridan's "6666,"  yet another "Yellowstone" spin-off about the Four Sixes Ranch in Texas. 

Well, it seems like "Yellowstone" is gradually creating its own gritty cinematic universe, rife with familial conflict and perpetually disgruntled ranchers. In this context, we can expect season 5 of "Yellowstone" to function as a high-stakes, dramatic tale in an ever-evolving saga.