“Yellowstone” has won the hearts of many people gradually but steadily. The Paramount Network juggernaut has dominated cable television since it debuted in 2018, drawing more than 11 million people to the Season 4 finale earlier this year.
The Dutton family, led by John Dutton (Kevin Costner), owns the biggest contiguous ranch in the United States, at least for the time being. The show centers on this family. The Duttons have been subjected to a barrage of pressure from developers and investors who want to acquire their land, but John has no intention of doing so.
Not even close to half of it. Romance, violence, deceit, and family conflict abound in “Yellowstone.” We witnessed a wedding, a murder, a court sentence, and a spiritual awakening in the Season 4finale alone. The good news for “Yellowstone” fans is that there are many more episodes to come (and no, we’re not referring to the prequel series “1932”). Here is what we know so far about Season 5, along with the eagerly awaited premiere date.
We’ll soon be returning to the Dutton ranch, so brush off your cowboy hat! The 5th season of “Yellowstone” was formally ordered by Paramount Network on May 18. It will return with a two-hour premiere on Sunday, November 13, before the launch of “Tulsa King.”
Also, check out: Most Shocking Yellowstone Deaths Ranked!
Will Jamie Be the Montana Governor in Yellowstone Season 5?
The 5th season of Yellowstone premiered on September 29 on the Paramount Network, and the trailer for that season confirms what the 4th season left open: that John Dutton (Kevin Costner), who only ran for governor to spite his adopted son Jamie (Wes Bentley), will now be in charge of the state of Montana.
He makes a severe oath in the trailer, placing his hand on the Bible while suspenseful music plays in the background, “I, John Dutton, do solemnly swear to protect the constitution of the state of Montana. Against all adversaries, both domestic and international.
But after John assumes office, things are not always easy. All former governor’s office staffers are swiftly let go, and he names his daughter Beth (Kelly Reilly) as his new chief of staff. Additionally, Jamie informs John that signing a particular order is equivalent to “declaring war,” so John and the rest of the Duttons are at conflict with both old and new adversaries as a result of their newfound authority.
Title cards reading “power has a price” are then interspersed between shots of the characters. The remainder of the trailer is devoted to conflicts between the other characters, including an enraged Caroline Warner (Jacki Weaver) screaming that she wants to “ruin” Beth and later lamenting “this f—king family.”
Why John hates Jamie in Yellowstone?
Jamie discovers in season 3 that he is not John’s biological son. Jamie encounters Randall Garrett, who is his biological father when he is let out of jail. After the trauma of finding out the truth, Jamie discovers that John, Garrett’s adoptive father, is the target of Garrett’s animosity.
Jamie starts to fall for his father’s deception as he tries to persuade him that John has to be removed. Riggins, Garrett’s cellmate in jail, gave the order for a militia attack on John, Beth, and Kayce, further complicating matters. Beth thinks Jamie was responsible for the attack as the only Dutton who is not attacked.
Kayce is confident that Jamie was not a part of the attacks on the family, but Beth is not. As a result, the rest of the family strongly mistrusts Jamie.
Jamie ran against John’s choice of attorney general, which is another reason why John doesn’t like him. Jamie also disclosed troubling information about Yellowstone Dutton Ranch in an interview to harm his father’s reputation. Jamie ultimately decided to conceal the interview before it was made public.
What happens to Jamie in Yellowstone Season 4?
Modern Western melodrama from Paramount The Dutton family finished Yellowstone’s 4th season in a strong overall position. Early in the season, it was revealed that John Dutton (Kevin Costner), Beth Dutton (Kelly Reilly), and Kayce Dutton (Wes Bentley) were simultaneously attacked by Garrett Randle (Will Patton), Jamie Dutton’s biological father (Luke Grimes).
And Season 4 got underway; John was still in a coma as the other characters each dealt with the trauma of the attack in their own unique ways. After Tate is forced to kill an assailant, Kayce’s wife Monica (Kelsey Asbille) and son Tate (Brecken Merill) remain in hiding. Beth, who has suffered permanent scarring, uses deception to get a top job at Market Equities, the company now headed by ruthless CEO Caroline Warner (Jackie Weaver). As he gets ready to run for governor of Montana, Jamie banishes himself from the Yellowstone ranch and forms a relationship with his biological father.
Will Jamie Dutton be the Montana Governor in Yellowstone?
The most recent trailer for Yellowstone’s 5th season features Kevin Costner’s alter ego pledging to defend the Montana constitution against all foes, especially those annoying domestic ones while placing his palm on the Bible. That proves Lynelle Perry’s (Wendy Moniz) advice from the previous season that John take over as the state’s governor was implemented.
For similar content, check 4 Plot Lines That Could Happen In Yellowstone Season 5!