A Decision Has Been Made If Kevin Costner’s Show ‘Yellowstone’ Will Get Another Season
Kevin Costner’s hit show “Yellowstone” was renewed for a second season Tuesday afternoon by the Paramount Network.
The Hollywood Reporter reported the following:
Paramount Network is one-for-one with scripted series developed specifically for the former Spike TV.
The rebranded network, which launched in January, has handed out a second season renewal for Kevin Costner-led drama Yellowstone. Production on the second batch of 10 episodes will begin shortly in Utah and Montana for a 2019 premiere.
The news comes a month ahead of the Aug. 22 season one finale of the drama from writer and showrunner Taylor Sheridan (Wind River, Sicario).
I am so happy to see this move by the Paramount Network. “Yellowstone” is an awesome show, and you should all be watching it. I can’t even begin to tell you how much I enjoy it. (RELATED: KEVIN COSTNER’S NEW SHOW ‘YELLOWSTONE’ IS MUST-WATCH TELEVISION)
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— Yellowstone (@yellowstone_tv) July 24, 2018
Every Wednesday night, I settle in front of the TV with a cold Miller Lite and watch the Dutton family raise hell. Seriously, it’s always incredibly entertaining.
There aren’t a ton of great televisions shows out there right now. Not many at all. That’s what makes Yellowstone that much more special. Costner and the rest of the cast have accomplished something incredible.
You all need to be watching this show, and I hope you are. You can catch “Yellowstone” Wednesday nights on the Paramount Network.