As Thanksgiving approaches, there are some new streaming options for everyone. If you're in the mood for a holiday classic, A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving is available on Apple TV+ for free on Sunday, November 19th. If you're looking for an indie movie, Ray Romano's directorial debut, Somewhere in Queens, can be streamed on Hulu. But what about Yellowstone? Well, here's the good and bad news. Two episodes from Season 2 will air on CBS on Sunday night, but there won't be a new episode of the beloved Western series. And unfortunately, there won't be a new episode for the next couple of weeks either. So, when will Yellowstone return with new episodes? Here's what we know. Tonight, Yellowstone won't be on Paramount Network. Instead, they will air the movies A Star is Born and Titanic. However, CBS will air back-to-back episodes of Yellowstone Season 2, "Touching Your Enemy" and "Blood the Boy," starting at 9:00 p.m. ET.
If you want to watch Yellowstone Season 5 online, all five seasons are available on Peacock Premium. You can also stream select Season 5 episodes on-demand on various platforms such as Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, and Amazon. Individual episodes and complete seasons can be purchased on Amazon as well.
As for when Yellowstone will return with new episodes, it won't be until next year. Paramount Network announced that the second half of Season 5 will premiere in November 2024. In addition, two new spin-offs of Yellowstone, currently titled 1944 and 2024, are in the works. It is expected that the series 2024 will include new cast members and locations, possibly featuring Matthew McConaughey.
Originally, the second half of Season 5 was supposed to consist of six episodes, but there might be more episodes than initially announced. Taylor Sheridan, the creator of Yellowstone, mentioned in an interview that he might write more episodes if needed. Regarding the future of the show, there is some uncertainty. Kevin Costner, the series' star, has expressed disagreements with the production and has hinted at potential legal action. It is unlikely that he will be involved in the upcoming spin-offs.