Once you arrive at Dutton Ranch, you will never want to leave.
Taylor Sheridan, who created “Yellowstone,” has made it clear that he wants the Paramount Network to smash hit to end with a bang, and he knows just how to do that. “I know how the series ends, and to get there, you have to go in a straight line. You can’t just walk around in circles until you get there, or the show will stop moving “He said this in an interview with 2020.
At the time, he didn’t know when the last episode would air, but he did say that he wanted it to “end on an upswing instead of a plateau or a downswing.”
But in an interview with the New York Times in 2021, he made it clear that the end is getting closer. “I’ll keep telling the story for as long as it takes, but you won’t see nine seasons of it. No way.”
So, what do the actors think about the situation? The actor who plays Rip, Cole Hauser, told the media that he believes in Sheridan’s master plan. “When he decides he’s had enough, he’ll hang it up. We’ll see how long it is,” he says.
Sheridan knows how the show will end, but Hauser is not interested in the details right now. “I also wouldn’t ask. He’ll do what he thinks is right, and I have faith that his stories will be true “He says so to the media.
The fifth season is split into two parts, which is a good thing because it makes the drama last longer. On Sunday, January 1, just before the midseason finale, Paramount Network announced that the second half of Season Five will come back in the summer of 2023.
Still, we haven’t heard anything about Season Six. But Hauser told PEOPLE that Season 5 is “not the last season,” so take that for what it’s worth.
If, and this is important, the show goes on for another season, Hauser has an idea for where Rip and Beth should go (Kelly Reilly). He laughs and says, “Tahiti.”