Everything We Know About ‘Yellowstone’ Season 5

Cole Hauser strongly hinted that it’s happening….

Yellowstone just finished its highly anticipated fourth season, so naturally, fans are already moving on to highly anticipating any and all news about season 5—including if there’s going to be a Yellowstone season 5 at all. Here’s everything we know so far about the show’s ~potential~ fifth season.

Mmkay, first things first: Is Yellowstone season 5 happening?

As of literally today, yes! ViacomCBS announced the renewal today. According to the Hollywood Reporter, production on the season begins in May, which is super soon.

TBH, this renewal news is not a huge surprise. In March 2021, Cole Hauser (who you know better as Yellowstone’s v mysterious, v sexy Rip) took part in a virtual happy hour chat with Hall Wines and hinted that the ball is already rolling on Yellowstone season 5.

“[Showrunner and writer Taylor Sheridan] is working on it right now,” he said. “Season 5 is going to be wonderful. The way we ended season 4—I can’t give too much away, but the way season 4 ends, I think the audience…will be happily surprised.”

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Which Yellowstone cast members are returning for season 5?

Again, nothing is official yet, but thanks to Cole’s very teasy happy hour chat, we have some clues about which Yellowstone actors we can *maybe/hopefully* expect back in season 5.

“For us as actors—and I think I can speak for everybody, even including Kevin, Kelly Reilly, Wes Bentley, Luke Grimes, Gil Birmingham—you know, everybody is a part of it,” he said. “We come together. This is now going into our fifth year, so we come together as a family.”

I mean, that’s not *technically* a confirmation that Yellowstone is getting a fifth season, but we’ll take it.

Where will we be able to watch Yellowstone season 5?

Assuming we get the fifth season of Yellowstone we’re all praying to the TV gods for, it’s a safe bet that, like season 4, it will air first on the Paramount Network and eventually join the show’s first three seasons streaming on Peacock Premium (that will take a while though—the best predictions rn about season 4’s streaming future have it landing on Peacock Premium in March 2022).

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