Yellowstone's Luke Grimes Says 'Love and Family' Will Drive Final Episodes, Promises 'Really Juicy Drama'

Luke Grimes, who portrays Kayce Dutton on Yellowstone, has hinted at the upcoming episodes of the show's final season. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Grimes emphasized the theme of love, family, and loyalty to one's tribe or people that permeates the series. He specifically discussed his character's struggle between his relationship with his father and his relationship with his wife and son. Grimes explained that this internal conflict is something all the characters experience, leading to intense drama as they fight for their own interests. He noted that there are no right or wrong teams, just individuals trying to do what's best for themselves.

Recently, it was announced that Yellowstone will conclude after its next installment, airing in November on Paramount Network. However, a spinoff series set in the same universe, with Yellowstone in its title, has been ordered and will debut in December. Although there have been rumors about casting, no official announcements have been made yet. One of the speculated spinoffs is centered around the Dutton family, with discussions reportedly held with Matthew McConaughey for a potential role.

The news of the show's ending came shortly after Kevin Costner's wife filed for divorce, sparking speculation that it may have caused a delay in filming season 5.

However, an insider has clarified that the divorce and the show's conclusion are unrelated. Despite the end of Yellowstone, fans can still look forward to prequel and spinoff series, including 1883, 1923, and 6666. Yellowstone premiered in 2018 and follows the story of the Dutton family, owners of America's largest ranch for multiple generations. The show explores the challenges the family faces, both in terms of protecting their ranch from enemies and navigating their personal lives. Yellowstone is available to stream on Peacock, and the new spinoff series will air on Paramount Network and be available for streaming on Paramount+.

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