Looks like Yellowstonewill be having a change in scenery.
Don’t worry, it’ll still be filmed at the iconic ranch in Montana, but as far as TV providers go, Yellowstone is headed to CBS.
According to People,the show will not only air on the Paramount Network, but it will also come on CBS at 9 PM ET/PT.
It will also only be available to stream on NBC Universal’s Peacock.
The show’s CBS debut will begin with season one, but there hasn’t been a premiere date announced so far.
This decision comes after SAG-AFTRA joined the Writers Guild of America strike, and CBS needed to rework its fall schedule after it was initially released in May.
Of course, we were all hoping for a summer premiere of the second half of Yellowstone season five, but considering the scheduling issues with Kevin Costner, and his now absence on the show along with the ongoing strike, we’ll be lucky to have a premiere by November.
Of course, it’s been widely reported that Kevin Costner will be leaving and the show will be ending following the conclusion of season 5.
Taylor Sheridan expressed his displeasure for Costner’s decision back in June in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter:
“I’m disappointed. It truncates the closure of his character. It doesn’t alter it, but it truncates it.
His movie (Horizon) seems to be a great priority to him and he wants to shift focus. I sure hope (the movie is) worth it – and that it’s a good one.”