Wednesday 8 May 2024

‘Yellowstone’ Star Hints At Spin-Off Series Dealing With Two Popular Characters’ Romance

 Yellowstone” star Cole Hauser appeared to hint that a spin-off series was being talked about – one that could involve the romance of two popular characters, Hauser’s Rip Wheeler and Kelly Reilly’s Beth Dutton.

Speaking to Country Living, the 49-year-old actor talked about the end of the current Paramount Network’s hit storyline — lead by actor Kevin Costner — and what could be next for his story. The Taylor Sheridan series will end at the conclusion of the second half of Season 5, which has been reported as happening later this year.

“I’m so focused on finishing ‘Yellowstone’ the way it needs to be finished right now — well, just the show itself,” Hauser said. “We’ll see where that leads.”

“But I know that there’s some stuff on the horizon when it comes to Taylor’s ideas for Kelly Reilly and myself, and some of the other cast,” he added. “I’m excited to see where he goes creatively with that.”

“But right now it’s just: Let’s finish strong; let’s do the best we can,” Hauser continued.

However, Reilly also seemed to hint otherwise about spinoffs in a recent interview.

“I just care about finishing [the main show] with as much care and as much passion and as much love as I can muster to put into it,” Reilly said..

“That’s what I care about,” she added. “I’m sort of prepping for that now [and] that’s my tunnel vision thing that I care about most. And what goes on beyond that?”

“There are discussions, you know,” Reilly continued. “Don’t believe everything you read. It’s just nonsense. But we’re gonna, you know, let’s wait and see. I don’t have an answer right now. But we’ll see.”

And as far as whether or not fans will actually get to see “Yellowstone” this year, Hauser told Country living, “God-willing — your lips to God’s ears.”

Part two of the fifth and final season of the Paramount+ series is expected to finally come out in November, after the fifth season was originally supposed to return in 2023.

Last year, production was halted in the second half of the season due to Costner’s scheduling conflicts — followed by the writers’ and actors’ strikes, as previously reported.

Despite the end of the show, the “Yellowstone” universe is reportedly going to continue to grow with two more spinoffs planned in the future from the existing producers MTV Entertainment Studios and 101 Studios, THR reported.

One of the new shows has a working title of “2024,” which will reportedly put the Duttons in the present day. The other is expected to follow in the footsteps of the two earlier “Yellowstone” prequels, “1883” and “1923,” with a current title of “1944.” However, no information about what either series will contain has yet to be released.

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