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Where to watch Yellowstone in the UK

Now in its fifth season, Yellowstone is the cowboy drama which is keeping viewers hooked.

The Paramount Network show stars Kevin Costner as Montana-based ranch patriarch John Dutton, who clings to the largest ranch in the country as bankers, real estate speculators and Native American activists try to wrest it from his tight grip.

The show, which is filmed at a real working ranch in Montana, also features Luke Grimes, Kelly Reilly and Wes Bentley in the cast – and has its fair share of fans over here as well as across the pond.

If you haven’t seen it yet though – or want to catch up on any episodes you’ve missed – just where can you watch Yellowstone in the UK?

Where to watch Yellowstone in the UK

Yellowstone has previously been shown on My5 in the UK as well as the Paramount Network – but you’ll also be able to catch up on the new Paramount Plus streaming service, which has just launched over here.

The first three series of the show will be available on there initially, with the service costing £6.99 a month. Currently though there is a seven-day free trial on offer to those who sign up.

If you’re hoping to see series four and five though, you may have to wait a while – as it stands there’s no release date for those seasons in the UK.

But if you’re after an extra fix of the show, you can get one – of sorts – as a spin-off prequel series is set for release later this year.

1923 will represent the next two generations of the Dutton family from Yellowstone, decades after they both starred together in 1986’s The Mosquito Coast.

The show, due to drop in December, has an all-star cast which includes Dame Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford.

Will there be another series of Yellowstone?

Yellowstone has lasted five seasons already – but could there be more? (Picture: Paramount)

It’s not been confirmed whether the show will be back for a sixth series – although its creator Taylor Sheridan has previously hinted that season six could be its last.

Speaking to Deadline ahead of season four the showrunner explained : ‘I know how the series ends, and you have to move in a straight line toward that end.

‘You can’t walk in circles, waiting to get there, because the show will stagnate. So, you have to keep moving forward, and there have to be consequences in the world, and there has to be an evolution toward a conclusion.’

He continued: ‘Can that be another two seasons beyond this [season 4]? It could. I don’t see this as a procedural show.’

‘I’m sure [the end] is coming, but I would think that you would want this to end on an upswing as opposed to a plateau or a descent.’


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