Taylor Sheridan, the creator and showrunner of the hit series “Yellowstone”, is reportedly looking to end the show and has started talks with Matthew McConaughey about a franchise extension. According to Deadline, the current season is set to return over the summer months of 2023, but Paramount Network has yet to confirm any news.
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The rumors of the show’s ending come from reports that Kevin Costner, the show’s current lead, is looking to exit the show. His wife has allegedly been pushing him to leave due to the demanding shooting schedule, and he has limited himself to 65 days of shooting per year for season five. Costner’s demands have allegedly frustrated Sheridan and let down his fellow cast members.
Though McConaughey is still in negotiations, it’s thought that Sheridan will write the new project with him as the star. In addition, Sheridan may also be creating a prequel series set in the 1940s and the 1960s due to the success of previous series, “1883” and “1923.”
The future of “Yellowstone” is still uncertain, but one thing is for sure: Taylor Sheridan is an incredibly talented writer and showrunner. He has created a world that has captivated viewers around the world and has been able to bring in some of Hollywood’s biggest stars.
It is likely that whatever Sheridan has planned for the future of “Yellowstone” will be nothing short of amazing. Whether it’s a new series with McConaughey or a prequel series set in the 1940s and 1960s, fans of the show can rest assured that Sheridan will deliver something special.
The success of “Yellowstone” has been undeniable, and it will be interesting to see what Sheridan does next. With his vision and creativity, there is no doubt that whatever he creates will be a hit with viewers. Whatever happens with “Yellowstone”, it is sure to be an exciting journey for fans of the show.
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