Due to an actor's strike, the last episodes of "Yellowstone" were rescheduled for November 2024. 

Amid the Hollywood strikes and conflict with the show’s lead Kevin Costner, Paramount has pushed back the final episodes of Yellowstone – again.

Variety reports that Yellowstone's fifth season, part two, will now premiere in November 2024.

Along with the news, Paramount revealed that it has given the go-ahead for two Yellowstone spinoff series: 1994 and 2024.

MTV Entertainment Studios and 101 Studios will produce both of these projects.

Joining the Yellowstone spinoffs on Paramount Plus are the two new shows, 1883 (with Faith Hill and Tim McGraw), 1923 (including Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren), and Lawmen: Bass Reeves (featuring David Oyelowo).

 6666 is a work in progress that takes place at the fabled Four Sixes Ranch in Texas.

According to Variety, Chris McCarthy, president and CEO of Showtime & MTV Entertainment Studios, stated,

"Within five years, we grew 'Yellowstone' from a hit U.S. cable show with five million viewers into a global hit franchise with over 100 million fans around the world and multiple extensions - and, we're just getting started."

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