Yellowstone is Paramount Network’s first scripted series ever. The show was renewed for a sophomore run even before Season 1 had finished airing. We received news of Paramount renewing Season 2 of Yellowstone right when half of Season 1 had aired, and the was July of 2018. The series was given a major makeover in that it received the industry equivalent of what can be called as the ticker tape parade by the newly-rebranded Paramount Network (formerly Spike TV).
Yellowstone was branded as a peak television drama associated with the names of actors Kevin Costner. It also is serving as the network’s inaugural scripted series offering. Since the show is wholly and solely owned by Paramount, it claims and cites a rating of 5.3 million viewers. The show first debuted on June 20, 2018, and the Season finale aired on August 22, 2019.
As goes for theof Season 2, it is all set to air sometime in 2019. Unfortunately, an exactain’t known as of now. However, we got a good reference to look out for, as the official Twitter account of Yellowstone teased Summer 2019 release. If this is true, then we are going to see the show back sooner than expected!
Can't tell you the date yet, but can tell you for now it's coming this Summer. Stay tuned!
— Yellowstone (@Yellowstone) March 8, 2019
Neal McDonagh is going to be bringing fire to the screen this time around. He’s all set to play a wealthy businessman, but in a villainous form, he’s been described as a Mogul, who owns a casino with his brother. These brothers are dirty and are ready to mess with the system at any cost.
For those of you wondering, Yellowstone is set in rural Montana near Yellowstone National Park. It centers around the Stetson-strewn family drama and provides a fresh take on classic western stories.
The cast of Yellowstone includes John Dutton (Kevin Costner), Beth (Kelly Reilly), Jamie (Wes Bentley), Lee (Dave Annable) and Kayce (Luke Grimes). The supporting cast includes Cole Hauser, Kelsey Asbille, Brecken Merrill, Jefferson White, Danny Huston, and Gil Birmingham.