The enormously popular neo-western series Yellowstone’s midseason finale was released by Paramount to start the new year. With the eighth episode of Season 5 having just concluded, the show is taking a much lengthier vacation after taking a break last week to avoid airing a new episode on Christmas Day. Fortunately, the fifth season of the show has been confirmed to return this summer, giving fans a rough idea of when to expect new episodes.
The record-breaking season has had tragic events for the Dutton family, unrest at the ranch, Jamie’s threatened uprising, and even a few romantic and humorous moments. But according to Paramount Network, it will be a number of drawn-out months before we learn how everything turns out. Fans are going to be itching for a resolution following that cliff-hanger finish that set up a Jamie/Beth showdown.
When is Yellowstone coming back with new episodes?
Fans were given a 30-second teaser for the second half of the season as they reached the conclusion of Yellowstone Season 5’s midseason finale, “A Knife And No Coin.” It stated that Season 5 would return in the summer of 2023, albeit no specific date has been made public. Additionally, the teaser advised viewers who yearned for more Yellowstone to keep an eye out for #YellowstoneTV on all social media platforms to receive news, updates, and exclusive behind-the-scenes glimpses and interviews about the show throughout the break. The final six episodes of the season will run in summer 2023, according to Paramount Network.
Yellowstone, one of the most lauded and well-liked TV series, had a strong launch for Season 5. The show had more viewers than even the eagerly anticipated HBO premiere of House of the Dragon when the most recent season of the show debuted with 12.1 million viewers on the Paramount Network. Due to the huge popularity of Yellowstone, which was written by Oscar-nominated screenwriter Taylor Sheridan and John Linson, two prequel series, 1883 and the recently released 1923, starring Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren, have been produced.