Finally, a date to resume filming on the final episodes of Yellowstone has been set.
After a lengthy hiatus, the second half of Yellowstone season five will begin filming in late spring 2024, according to Deadline.
"This is a logical start of production target given the fact that the popular series from Taylor Sheridan shoots largely outdoors in Montana and would need to wait for the winter to be over."
The outlet noted, adding that this aligns with the final installment's November 2024 premiere on Paramount Network.
But that's where the good news for series fans ends. According to a report from Deadline, "there are no plans for Yellowstone star Kevin Costner to return for the series' final chapter." Nellie Andreeva, a writer, admitted that "anything is possible."
Costner announced in May that he would be leaving the show after season five.
Following widespread speculation about his motivations, the Oscar winner testified in a September child support hearing that his decision to leave Yellowstone was motivated by a.
"long, hard-fought negotiation" about splitting season five into two parts.
Conflicts with his own Western epic, Horizon: An American Saga, a "passion project" that he famously took out a mortgage to fund, proved too much to overcome.
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