Paramount’s hit series Yellowstone has reached its conclusion. The American neo-Western drama first made its televised premiere on June 20, 2018. The story follows the Dutton family, who run the largest ranch and defend it from the constant outside attacks. According to TVLine, Christian rocker Cory Asbury, who was set to play the long-lost brother to Kayce Dutton , played by Luke Grimes(True Blood), stated, “I was fired up about it and so bummed when it was canceled,” he says, “So bummed.” Yellowstone has been keeping up over the years by having a steady 4.5 rating, and their fanbase a risen to almost nine million viewers.
The introduction of another Dutton sibling would have undoubtedly added another layer of intrigue to the show’s already complex family dynamics. Diving into the character’s backstory and potential impact on the Dutton legacy would have been compelling plot points to explore. The family of the songwriter was supportive of the gig opportunity, despite the fact of relocating to Big Sky Country for a whole year. According to Ashbury via TVline,” Wife Anna gave me the OK,” he disclosed on the Dutton Rules podcast, “and our kids were like, ‘OK, cool, we’ll live in Montana.” Even though the show has ended, it is not the end of the franchise as two spinoffs, 1944 and 2024, are in the works; the latter will star Matthew McConaughey(True Detective).
Overall, the cancellation of Yellowstone after season five has left many fans yearning for more and has increased with the concept introduction of a long-lost Dutton sibling. Fans of the show are devastated to hear about the cancellation, and that the concept for season six is not to be fulfilled. The show has been well recognized for its organized storytelling and high drama with the Dutton Family. The show has won and been nominated for several awards, such as the Golden Globes, MTV Awards, and PGA.