Cole Hauser, who plays Rip Wheeler, has said that there will be a season 6 and 7. This is great news for fans who can’t wait for the second half of season 5 of Yellowstone to air later this summer.
On the red carpet of the Golden Globes, the 47-year-old actor announced to the media that there will be at least two more seasons of the smash Paramount Network series. Hauser told the news when he was asked if he could say more after the midseason 5 episode ended on such a cliffhanger.
“I can tell you that there will be a sixth season and a seventh season,” Hauser told the media. “That’s all I can say,” he said.
When asked if there was any more news he could share, Hauser replied, “No, I’d rather talk with the fans. It will be unexpected.”
The media has tried to get a response from Paramount Network.
This summer, the second half of season 5 will start to air. In the midseason 5 finale, which aired on New Year’s Day, Jamie (Wes Bentley) makes a bold move and goes all in on his plan to get rid of John (Kevin Costner) as Montana governor. This exact chess move is what started the chaos in the hour, as Beth (Kelly Reilly) found out about the “Train Station,” a deep family secret, and both Duttons hinted at making plans to kill each other for good.
On the same night that Hauser said there will be more seasons of Yellowstone, Kevin Costner won the show’s first major award for Best Actor in a Drama Series. He beat Bob Odenkirk from Better Call Saul, Jeff Bridges from The Old Man, Diego Luna from Andor, and Adam Scott from Severance.
Costner didn’t go to the awards show because of flooding in California caused by heavy rain. About an hour after the awards show started, Costner Posted a Video on Instagram from his home in Santa Barbara explaining why he couldn’t go.
“How are you? Look, I feel so bad for anyone who was trying to watch the Golden Globes. Chris and I will not be there “From his house, which looked out over the Pacific Ocean, the actor said. “We had to take the kids out of school in Santa Barbara yesterday. This is the second time in five years that the motorway has flooded out. We were on the wrong side of town and couldn’t get back last night.”
Also at the Golden Globes, Hauser responded to fan claims that one of the series’ Dutton characters will soon die.
Hauser told the media, “I’m not the right person to ask, but listen, you never know.” “Taylor Sheridan, who made the show, is one of those writers whose stories are always surprising. I really like that about him.”
He went on to say, “I think it makes the show great, so we’ll see what he comes up with in the next season.”