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Re: Yellowstone (Paramount) - Season 5 - premieres 11/13/22

Originally Posted by Rob V
That may have been the least plot-driven half season I've ever watched. I don't know if I can take another 6 episodes of herding cattle while secondary characters talk about stuff they're going to do... only to finally do it with 15 minutes to go in the finale. All the flashbacks and herding are not helping this show.
Yea, all the herding and musical interludes are such a waste of time. It's reminding me of Sons of Anarchy with all the music montages.
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Yea, all the herding and musical interludes are such a waste of time. It's reminding me of Sons of Anarchy with all the music montages.
On SoA most episodes were supersized, so the montages didn't really take from the plot. In Yellowstone, in some episode, hardly anything happens, because of oll the herding and interludes. Sheridan should use a writers room.
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Re: Yellowstone (Paramount) - Season 5 - premieres 11/13/22

Originally Posted by Rob V
That may have been the least plot-driven half season I've ever watched. I don't know if I can take another 6 episodes of herding cattle while secondary characters talk about stuff they're going to do... only to finally do it with 15 minutes to go in the finale. All the flashbacks and herding are not helping this show.
I get showing the life of a cowboy to a point but it has gotten completely out of control. I do not think people are watching to see endless herding of cattle. Over and over. They like it because it is Dallas in a new setting. Seeing the land from time to time is fine but it's almost become like herding porn. Sheridan is so in love with the cowboy lifestyle that he thinks people want to see it. 40 mins an episode.

That said in the 8 minutes of actual drama the scenes with Jaimie and Beth and then Beth and her dad were quite good. Though I find it really unlikely she would be this oblivious it was well done. As crazy as Beth is her accepting the revenge on her attackers and just blanket OK'ing murder seems to be a big divide. I do not see her trying to kill Jaimie. But maybe they will go there. I almost think I could see her turning on her dad before that. And I don't think she will be too OK with her husband being a cold blooded murderer like she is.

It was a very good 8 minutes though. The chick sleeping with Jaimie is such a cartoon cutout.

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Re: Yellowstone (Paramount) - Season 5 - premieres 11/13/22

I imagine this is exactly the show that Sheridan and Costner want to make. The plot is secondary to showing the lifestyle. The 6666 spinoff is probably going to be the same thing, only with Jimmy as a main character. As long as the ratings don't tank, they can pretty much do whatever they want to.
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Re: Yellowstone (Paramount) - Season 5 - premieres 11/13/22

Originally Posted by Neil M.
I imagine this is exactly the show that Sheridan and Costner want to make. The plot is secondary to showing the lifestyle. The 6666 spinoff is probably going to be the same thing, only with Jimmy as a main character. As long as the ratings don't tank, they can pretty much do whatever they want to.
True but to be honest I am very very close to just fast forwarding in this show. The show horses were a little more interesting at least
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Re: Yellowstone (Paramount) - Season 5 - premieres 11/13/22

Originally Posted by Neil M.
She forced him to dispose of the body in her presence. He didn't tell her that this was their father's dumping grounds too. She thought it was a random place.
I don’t remember that ever happening on the show. In that episode she told him he had two options, she would tell John and they’d go to prison or she’ll tell Rip and he’ll kill both of them. She said there was a third option, but we never heard what that was. Then we don’t see her again until she takes the picture.
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I don’t remember that ever happening on the show. In that episode she told him he had two options, she would tell John and they’d go to prison or she’ll tell Rip and he’ll kill both of them. She said there was a third option, but we never heard what that was. Then we don’t see her again until she takes the picture.
I must be mixing it up with something else. The third option was obviously the one he chose. The whole thing was blackmailing so it's not crazy that she'd follow him.
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Re: Yellowstone (Paramount) - Season 5 - premieres 11/13/22

Originally Posted by Neil M.
I imagine this is exactly the show that Sheridan and Costner want to make. The plot is secondary to showing the lifestyle. The 6666 spinoff is probably going to be the same thing, only with Jimmy as a main character. As long as the ratings don't tank, they can pretty much do whatever they want to.
I find Jimmy to be one of the worst characters on the show. He's a moron, he's hard to look at and he doesn't bring anything to the plot that really gets your juices going. He's a ranch hand and should be a tertiary character - at the most.

Regarding the Beth / Jamie plot... as much as the show is trying to get us to hate Jamie, he's 100% right! lol... he's actually doing the right thing for Montana. The way he's written is by an 8th grader who wants him to be a mustache-twirling villain; but his motives are 100% in the best interest of the state. Beth should be able to see that as she's clearly the savvy, all-knowing woman.
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Re: Yellowstone (Paramount) - Season 5 - premieres 11/13/22

Yup, I have long wanted the Duton's to lose everything. John is just too stubborn for the modern world.
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Re: Yellowstone (Paramount) - Season 5 - premieres 11/13/22

Originally Posted by Rob V
I find Jimmy to be one of the worst characters on the show. He's a moron, he's hard to look at and he doesn't bring anything to the plot that really gets your juices going. He's a ranch hand and should be a tertiary character - at the most.

Regarding the Beth / Jamie plot... as much as the show is trying to get us to hate Jamie, he's 100% right! lol... he's actually doing the right thing for Montana. The way he's written is by an 8th grader who wants him to be a mustache-twirling villain; but his motives are 100% in the best interest of the state. Beth should be able to see that as she's clearly the savvy, all-knowing woman.
That's my problem with the show, too. Not only is the family doing everything to push Jamie away, no they wonder why he is rebelling from time to time. Is vision for the Ranch and the state of Montana is actually making sense, but no one is listening. He isn't sympathatic, so it's not hard to hate him. In a better written show he could be a tragic figure, who wants to be recognized by his father but in this show he's a weak villain.
Anyway I'm pretty sure John won't kill his son.
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Re: Yellowstone (Paramount) - Season 5 - premieres 11/13/22

Originally Posted by Gizmo
Quick question since I binged it very fast....is Jamie supposed to be gay or not? Beth seems to allude to this early on, but now he's been with multiple woman, so is he faking or or did they just drop that whole angle?
That is an early thread they abandoned or left undeveloped. They were positioning Jamie like that and then totally dropped it.
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Re: Yellowstone (Paramount) - Season 5 - premieres 11/13/22

seems like the fanbase is growing tired of all the cowboy stuff too

https://bgr.com/entertainment/the-ta...o-get-sick-of/

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Re: Yellowstone (Paramount) - Season 5 - premieres 11/13/22

I'm a little late, but I just finished the Midseason finale last night. It was an odd way to go out until the summer. And they didn't give an exact return date either.

I felt like this episode was partially a backdoor Pilot for the 6666 spin-off series in Texas with Jimmy. I don't know how far they are into developing that series, but I cant imagine it working with a solid and known lead. Jimmy ain't the guy.

The war with Beth and Jamie. I'm curious to see how that one turns out. Jamie knows John's dirty secrets on how he "took care of things" and Beth still has her blackmail with his biological Dad. I do get a kick of how over the top Beth is I know most of you here roll your eyes at the character.
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Re: Yellowstone (Paramount) - Season 5 - premieres 11/13/22

Costner won for best actor at the Golden Globes



and his taped speech. The roads in LA being flooded kept him away.

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Re: Yellowstone (Paramount) - Season 5 - premieres 11/13/22

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The war with Beth and Jamie. I'm curious to see how that one turns out.
I'm wondering if Jamie gets cold feet and wants to call off the hit.The lawyer he's sleeping with tells him it's too late, already in motion She may lie about that because she wants Beth gone for her own reasons. If Rip is there when hit goes down, he's gonna take out the hit man/men and go on the warpath after whoever ordered the hit.
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Re: Yellowstone (Paramount) - Season 5 - premieres 11/13/22

Wait, I thought this was coming back in February??
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Re: Yellowstone (Paramount) - Season 5 - premieres 11/13/22

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Wait, I thought this was coming back in February??
1923 is... I think Yellowstone is coming back in April / May.
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Re: Yellowstone (Paramount) - Season 5 - premieres 11/13/22

It says that it returns this summer so its probably going to be July/August. The first few seasons premiered in June so that's also a possibility.
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Re: Yellowstone (Paramount) - Season 5 - premieres 11/13/22

Just caught up on the entire series this week, lol. I've enjoyed it immensely for what it is, which is a modern day Dallas. Beth is the only character that I cannot stand at all. Every time she has a mildly redeeming moment, she trashes it with ridiculous behavior. In the real world she'd be in rehab, intense therapy or prison, lol. I can't believe that John has only taken her to task once this entire series, it's like everyone is afraid of her. I hope Jaime takes her out soon and ends up running the ranch with Kayce in the end.

Are the other spin-offs worth watching?
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Re: Yellowstone (Paramount) - Season 5 - premieres 11/13/22

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Are the other spin-offs worth watching?
1883 is a prequel series and is excellent.

1923 is also a prequel and only 4 episodes have aired. But, it has star power with Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren. Too early to tell, but so far, so good.

Tulsa King is not a spin-off. It's another series created by Sheridan. It's also really good, but has no affiliation with Yellowstone.

Mayor of Kingstown is co-created and also has nothing to do with Yellowstone. It's a hard and violent prison drama in a corrupt city. It's not for everyone, but Jeremy Renner is great in it.
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Re: Yellowstone (Paramount) - Season 5 - premieres 11/13/22

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Just caught up on the entire series this week, lol. I've enjoyed it immensely for what it is, which is a modern day Dallas. Beth is the only character that I cannot stand at all. Every time she has a mildly redeeming moment, she trashes it with ridiculous behavior. In the real world she'd be in rehab, intense therapy or prison, lol. I can't believe that John has only taken her to task once this entire series, it's like everyone is afraid of her. I hope Jaime takes her out soon and ends up running the ranch with Kayce in the end.

Are the other spin-offs worth watching?
I'd lay odds Jamie ends the series with a bullet in his head. He's Yellowstone's Fredo.
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I'd lay odds Jamie ends the series with a bullet in his head. He's Yellowstone's Fredo.
I hope we don't get an ambiguous ending to this series as everyone deserves consequences, some more than others. If they cop out and have John die via recurring cancer (amazingly he never had any after care/chemo/radiation) and no one ends up in jail or dead then we have another Sopranos, lol.

So, with the Godfather analogy if Jaime is Fredo then Beth is Sonny, Kayce/Monica are Michael/Kay, Rip would be who? Tom or one of the enforcers?
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Re: Yellowstone (Paramount) - Season 5 - premieres 11/13/22

EXCLUSIVE: Yellowstone, TV’s top-rated drama, may end in spectacular fashion.

Deadline understands that Taylor Sheridan, co-creator and showrunner, Paramount Global and Paramount Network are moving to end their signature show in its current form. But they are plotting a potential franchise extension to continue the Dutton saga, a new show with Matthew McConaughey in talks to star.

It is unclear which of the Yellowstone cast will move over to the McConaughey-led series, but it is expected to include several of the big stars.

“We have no news to report. Kevin Costner is a big part of Yellowstone and we hope that’s the case for a long time to come. Thanks to the brilliant mind of Taylor Sheridan, we are always working on franchise expansions of this incredible world he has built. Matthew McConaughey is a phenomenal talent with whom we’d love to partner,” a Paramount Network spokesperson told Deadline.

The crux of the issue with the original Yellowstone series involves star Kevin Costner and disagreements over shooting schedules.

Sources tell Deadline that Costner, who had originally limited himself to 65 days of shooting on Yellowstone, only wanted to shoot for 50 days for the first part of the current season.

But for the second batch of episodes of the current, fifth season of Yellowstone, the actor, who just won best television actor in a drama series at the Golden Globes, only wanted to spend a week shooting.

Costner is directing and starring in his multi-part western epic Horizon, which he co-wrote with Jon Baird that landed at Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line.

Given that Costner plays John Dutton, the patriarch of the Dutton clan, this has been a source of frustration for Sheridan and it is understood to be causing morale problems for the other stars of the show, which includes Luke Grimes, Kelly Reilly, Wes Bentley, Cole Hauser, Kelsey Asbille and Gil Birmingham.

We are told Paramount Network has declined Costner’s most recent proposal and instead has made the decision to move on to the other show, sources said.

What all parties are now wrangling is a Yellowstone franchise extension that Sheridan will write with McConaughey as the star. The True Detective star is currently in negotiations.

Because of the wild success of the prequel series 1883, 1923 and expectations on upcoming Sheridan shows, the studio has more flexibility and isn’t as dependent on Yellowstone as was the case two years ago.

The new show will start on the linear cable channel Paramount Network and then stream exclusively on Paramount+.

It isn’t clear at present whether the McConaughey-fronted franchise extension will be set on the Dutton ranch in Montana or elsewhere. But the new project is way more than just talk, borne out of the continued disagreements over the lessening amount time Costner is willing to spend shooting the series.

Costner’s John Dutton character has weathered hitmen, as seen at the end of season three when the whole family was attacked, and scrupulous real estate developers attempting to wrest control of the sprawling Montana-based Dutton Ranch away from him. It would be ironic that the thing that likely will pry loose the character from his beloved spread is the actor playing him, and an inability to come to agreement on time commitment.

We’re hearing that it’s quite possible that Yellowstone will end with the second half of the current season, which aired its eighth episode at the beginning of January and is set to return in the summer.
https://deadline.com/2023/02/yellows...ey-1235251400/
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Re: Yellowstone (Paramount) - Season 5 - premieres 11/13/22

I am not sure what is crazier. Costner walking (fired?) off a massively popular show or them getting McCaughey to replace him.
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Wow, I like McCaughey but without Costner, idk. Maybe just end it, but theres money to be made.

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