SAN ANGELO— The first half of season five of Yellowstone is now available on Peacock, but Paramount is taking Yellowstone to the train station.
First, the good news is the newest season of Yellowstone is available to stream with Peacock. The bad news, Yellowstone is coming to an end after the conclusion of this season. But, a new series will take over in its place.
Since the season 5 premiere on Paramount, a cable provider was necessary to watch John Dutton, along with his daughter Beth, sons Jaime and Kayce, and Rip take on new foes in the drama series “Yellowstone”.
Now, the first eight episodes of season 5 are available to watch on the streaming service “Peacock”. The second half of the season is expected to debut this November, but the bad news is Paramount has announced this second half will conclude the series.
That’s right, Yellowstone is coming to an end.
Don’t worry, as the Yellowstone Universe will continue with a new series.
Rumors broke out about series lead Kevin Costner wanting to leave the seriesn and going through a divorce, and Yellowstone show runner, Taylor Sheridan, has built quite the resume over the recent years. Sheridan has created Yellowstone spin-offs like “1889” and “1923” and has given Paramount “Tulsa King” as well.
Also, a series about the 6666 Ranch has been in development for quite some time and Sheridan is actually working to buy the 266,000 acre ranch.
A Paramount spokesperson has name dropped Matthew McConaughey, as an individual the company would like to work with.
While Yellowstone is being put out to pasture, you can catch up on all the ranchin’ action on Peacock.