We’ve got our eyes set on Yellowstone Season 5 and it seems to be bigger and badder than ever! Paramount is shaking things up for the return of the #1 show on cable television. Specifically, the newest season is expanding by 4 episodes, however we won’t be getting all 14 episodes at once.
The new season will be split into two 7-episode halves, Wall Street Journal confirmed earlier this week. And as was the case with Season 4, 5 will be used to launch several new projects from Taylor Sheridan.
According to Chris McCarthy, chief executive of ViacomCBS Media Networks and MTV Entertainment studio, stated the plan is to use the release of Yellowstone Season 5 to also launch Tulsa King, starring Sylvester Stallone. The first initial episodes will run with the Western on the Paramount Network cable channel, then users can access it only Paramount+.
The second part of Season 5 will launch this fall, alongside new 1883 episodes. There hasn’t been any new information regarding the 6666 spinoff, but there’s speculation it could premiere late this year or early next year, but we’ve otherwise heard no other developments.