The most important thing to note here is that everybody behind the scenes seems to be really confident that the show will be on the air for a while. Speaking to TV Insider, star Ian Bohen (who plays Ryan) made it clear that a season 5 is “100%” happening and he was already preparing for what lies on the other side:
“We are shooting in May. I don’t think that’s a secret at all. We are starting Season 5 and I would be completely astounded if we didn’t shoot 6. And I’d say that there’s a fair chance we might shoot a seventh season. Just depends on whether the creator [Taylor Sheridan] wants to write another 10 episodes or if his story is finished at the 60th episode or not. So that’s it. And he’s gonna sit down and go, ‘what do I want to do? Do I want to keep doing this or do I want to do something different?’”
A lot of this goes along with some of what we’ve said already about the future of Yellowstone, as we wouldn’t be shocked if a season 5 and season 6 are ordered at the same time. That will allow Sheridan to spend plenty of time planning ahead and/or establishing a potential endgame. He’s said in the past that he doesn’t foresee this show lasting a full ten seasons, but there’s plenty of life left in it at the same exact time.
If Yellowstone season 5 does start filming in the spring, there is a good chance that we could see it on the air at some point in the fall.
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