When it comes to Kevin Costner's appearance, Yellowstone takes a risk by releasing the final season.

After delays due to the WGA and current SAG-AFTRA strikes, there is finally hope for the flagship series of the Yellowstone franchise.

After months of delay, the show's last season, part two of the fifth season, will finally air on the Paramount Network in November 2024, according to a report from Deadline.

In addition to the last season, future spin-offs are also being developed. They are slated to premiere in 1944 and 2024 and will be based on the same years as 1883 and 1923.

"Within five years, we grew Yellowstone from a hit U.S. cable show with five million viewers into a global hit franchise with over 100 million fans around the world and multiple extensions – and, we're just getting started," said Chris McCarthy, President/CEO of Showtime and MTV Entertainment Studios.

"On the heels of 1883 and 1923's success, our new planned spinoffs, 1944 and 2024, will take audiences on a thrilling, new and unexpected journey with the complex and compelling storytelling that has become a hallmark of the franchise and has helped turn it into a worldwide cultural phenomenon – thanks to the creative mastermind of Taylor Sheridan."

"The worldwide success of Yellowstone continues to thrill and excite us at 101 Studios and Bosque Ranch," said David Glasser, CEO of 101 Studios.We are eager to release 1944 and 2024 to fans worldwide since working with our friends at MTV Entertainment Studios has been such an exciting experience.

Additionally, considering that his absence from filming created controversy, Deadline discussed Kevin Costner's questionable return to the program, which started after a number of production issues, and indicated that it "may be possible" for him to return for its final episodes. Actor Luke Grimes, who played Kayce Dutton,  

updated fans back in July. He stated in an interview with People that "the writers' strike has prevented us from [beginning filming the second half of season 5]." If that weren't the case, I believe we would be.But that is more important than anything else. We'll start working on it after they've resolved that."  

After the next seven episodes of the second half of season five, the show, which has been a ratings powerhouse since its 2018 premiere, will finally come to an end.In May, McCarthy told Variety: "Yellowstone has been the cornerstone on which we have launched an entire universe of global hits – from 1883 to Tulsa King,  

and I am confident our Yellowstone sequel will be another big hit, thanks to the brilliant creative mind of Taylor Sheridan and our incredible casts who bring these shows to life." Taylor's series now consists of Tulsa King, Yellowstone, the unreleased 6666, and the prequels 1883 and 1923. According to reports, Matthew McConaughey will star in the planned 2024 spin-off.  

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