Watch the trailer for Yellowstone Season 5
Yellowstone has gained a hoard of new fans after transporting viewers to Montana and debuting on CBS earlier this month.
The Kevin Costner-led drama drew in 6.6 million viewers which is a dramatic difference from its 2.8 million premiere in 2018.
Alongside new viewers, many were re-watching to make up for the major production delay as they await the remaining episodes of season five.
The show’s CBS debut also covers the gap caused by the ongoing SAG-AFTRA and the recently ended WGA strikes which brought productions across Hollywood to a halt.
As a result, Yellowstone began airing from the beginning with episode one hitting screens on Sunday, September 18 at 8.30pm EST.
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Is a new episode of Yellowstone on tonight?
Yellowstone will return to CBS tonight (Sunday, October 1) from 8pm EST.
As well as a new episode, fans will be treated to a double bill of two episodes from season one.
After episode four’s The Long Black Train airs, the following Coming Home will land on screens at 9pm.
Viewers will see a new side of John Dutton (played by Kevin Costner) after a secret comes to the surface.
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Meanwhile, Beth Dutton (Kelly Reilly) shows Jenkins (Danny Huston) a rough night out, and quality time with Tate Dutton (Brecken Merrill) leads to a close call.
As for the latter, as Kayce Dutton (Luke Grimes) feels the heat from tribal police, Jamie (Wes Bentley) works his legal magic.
Elsewhere in the episode, Rip Wheeler (Cole Hauser) recruits a new cowboy for the ranch, while John makes a play to keep Kayce and Monica (Kelsey Asbille) close to home.
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As a beaten-down Jimmy Hurdstram (Jefferson White) begins to find new respect.
While fans have enjoyed a season one recap with the CBS debut, many have complained about the show being “watered down.”
After episode one, some viewers took to social media with disappointment about the removal of nudity and explicit language.
A representative from the network confirmed the changes via Country Living and promised the “integrity of the original series will be preserved.”
Yellowstone seasons 1 to 5 are streaming on the Paramount Network.
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