Kelly Reilly & Cole Hauser Talk About Their Yellowstone Origins & Tease Season 5 [Yellowstoners Podcast]
Dec 15, 2022
The Yellowstoners, Mike DeAngelo and Rodrigo Perez, have returned to break down another season of “Yellowstone” like a brand-new horse at the Dutton Ranch. Along the way, they’ll also welcome guests from the show to discuss what makes the series so popular, their favorite characters and moments, and tease what’s to come.
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For the uninitiated, the top-rated series follows John Dutton (Kevin Costner), a powerful rancher in Montana, as he struggles to keep his ranch and family together by any means necessary — all while being besieged by land developers, surrounding native tribes, and America’s first national park. The highly popular Taylor Sheridan show stars Kevin Costner, Kelly Reilly, Wes Bentley, Luke Grimes, Cole Hauser, Gil Birmingham, and more.
On this return podcast episode, our hosts throw their ropes around the first two episodes of season five, which premiered yesterday (Sunday, November 13) on Paramount Network. Afterward, we’re going to have a bit of a rewind with some interviews from this past summer with Beth and Rip themselves, Kelly Reilly and Cole Hauser.
During the chat with Kelly Reilly, she does tease what’s to come with Season 5, and, as usual, fans should expect lots of Dutton family drama, this time on a grander scale.
“[John Dutton] is governor of Montana and Beth is his campaign manager, pretty much. So, she’s the woman behind the man,” Reilly said. “She’s feeling pretty proud of him, and she’s a married woman, and she’s feeling like she’s owning Jamie – he’s under control. And they’re just going forward with being able to do things and take care of things in a way that she didn’t see that she would be able to maintain and protect, as the people who wanted to steal the land and build the cities – she couldn’t control it. She couldn’t hold them off anymore. And [John] becoming governor, I think, helped [Beth] feel a bit of relief. He’s able to, by being in that position, make decisions and create a path for them to stay where they are and hold off these people. So, it’s gone up a level!”
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Less horsing around and more drama! You can listen to the entire episode below:
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