Fans of the hit Paramount Network series Yellowstone can finally breathe a sigh of relief as new details about season 5 part 2 have emerged. Production of the highly anticipated episodes is set to begin in late spring 2024. The show has faced several obstacles, including Kevin Costner's departure and industry strikes, leaving viewers uncertain about the future of the series.
However, it seems that the final episodes will indeed see the light of day. The decision to start filming in late spring is due to creator Taylor Sheridan's preference for using Montana as the show's main setting. The production team needs winter to pass in order to scout out locations.
As fans eagerly await the new episodes, they can mark their calendars for a November 2024 release, as reported by Variety. In addition to the upcoming episodes, two spinoffs have also been announced. One is titled 1944 and the other is currently referred to as 2024. While their plot details remain unknown, it has been hinted that Matthew McConaughey will feature in one of the shows alongside some original Yellowstone cast members.
Taylor Sheridan had previously mentioned McConaughey's interest in the series, stating that the actor saw a natural fit between himself and the raw, clash-of-worlds story that Yellowstone presents. With the production of Yellowstone season 5 part 2 set to begin in the coming months and a November release date on the horizon, fans can finally look forward to more of the captivating drama that has captivated audiences over the years. The announcement of the spinoffs has also stirred excitement, with the possibility of exploring new stories within the Yellowstone universe.