'Yellowstone' Season 5 Premiere Date Announced

The Duttons are coming back.

Yellowstone Rip, Kayce, and John Dutton
Photo: Paramount Network

If you haven't caught up on season four of Yellowstone, consider this your advanced warning to hop to it.

The season finale back in January saw Beth and Rip finally make it official, Kayce found his vision, regardless of how unsettling he might have found it, and Jamie had to make the ultimate choice. But what happens next? Well Yellowstone fans, you won't have that long to wait. Paramount Network announced Wednesday on their Instagram account, season 5 would premiere on November 13.

According to Deadline, filming has already begun in Montana. As we reported back in January, the show's executive producer, David Glasser, told Variety that fans can expect another great season from this epic family drama. ""It's the prime of the show," he added. "I think the show is still maturing, and there's still a lot of story to tell," he said.

News of the premiere date comes just days after Paramount Network and Yellowstone's creator, Taylor Sheridan announce another prequel for the saga. Airing on Paramount +, the network's streaming arm, 1932 serves us another chapter of the Dutton family story and it will star two Hollywood heavyweights: Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford.

"The next Yellowstone origin story will introduce a new generation of the Dutton family and explore the early twentieth century when pandemics, historic drought, the end of Prohibition, and the Great Depression all plague the mountain west, and the Duttons who call it home," the network teased in a statement.

1932 is set to begin streaming in December. But if you need even more Dutton drama and you haven't checked out the first prequel of the series, 1883, which starred Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, you can stream the entire series now.

And while there is no release date yet for Yellowstone spinoff 6666 centered around the start of the legendary real life Four Sixes Ranch in Texas, Deadline is now reporting that will now air on Paramount Network before going to Paramount +. So much western-centric action to look forward to. Where does Sheridan find the time?

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