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How and where to watch Paramount drama 'Yellowstone' Season 5? Fans buckle up for TV's hottest show

'Yellowstone' Season 5 is all set to premiere on Sunday, November 13, which will have 14 episodes
UPDATED NOV 10, 2022
The series will be streamed on Paramount network (Yellowstone screenshot/ YouTube)
The series will be streamed on Paramount network (Yellowstone screenshot/ YouTube)

Season 5 of 'Yellowstone' is set to release on Sunday, November 13. Fans are excited to witness the thrilling series from the Taylor Sheridan universe. Season 4 of the series was released in January. Hence this season is coming to its fans after almost a year of waiting.

Cole Hauser, who plays Rip Wheeler's role in the series, has already told, "Season Five is going to be wonderful. The way we ended Season Four—I can't give too much away, but the way Season Four ends, I think the audience... will be happily surprised." 


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The series narrates the story of the Dutton family, an influential cattle ranch owner with Kevin Costner as John Dutton in the lead. According to, the Season 4 finale of the series had over 10 million viewers earlier this year, which is an incredible 81% increase compared to Season 3's conclusion. The series, which has 9-10 episodes in all its previous seasons, will have 14 episodes in Season 5. 


Where to watch 'Yellow Stone' Season 5?

There is no doubt that the much anticipated season will be aired on the Paramount Network channel on Sunday, November 13, at 8 pm ET. However, when it comes to watching the series online, unlike the previous seasons, it will stream on the streaming app Peacock this time, reported According to ET online, fans can access the Paramount channel through live TV streaming subscriptions such as Philo, DirecTV Stream, FuboTV, and Sling TV. Meanwhile, streaming episodes of Season 5 will be made available for purchase on Amazon Prime, iTunes or Vudu, however the season will be eventually removed from the apps, making it exclusively available on Peacock, reported USA Today.


How much does it cost ?

According to USA Today, Peacock Premium subscriptions cost $4.99/month or $49.99/year, and Peacock Premium Plus, which offers the same selection of content with fewer ads, is $9.99/month and $99.99/year. If we opt for a  Peacock Premium Plus, you can also download up to 25 pieces of content simultaneously to save and watch offline. However, the series will be available for purchase at $1.99 per episode, or $19.99 for an entire season on Amazon Prime Video, reported looper. The app is currently available in United States and in territories such as American Samoa, Guam, Northern Marian Islands, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Peacock's website is also supported by Apple TV, Amazon Fire devices, Android TV-enabled Smart TVs, Chromecast, Roku, Samsung Smart TV, Vizio Smart TV and XBox. 

'Can't wait for Sunday'

Fans are excited about the release of the new season. A user said, "I love Yellowstone, but I hope it doesn't have too much violence in it this season! I hope it has more love and good times!!." Another claimed, "Love this show! Entertaining and visually appealing " "I just finished re-watching all four seasons and cannot wait for season 5! Love Rip and hope Carter @FinnLittleActor is back," claimed a fan. Another tweet read, "Can't wait til it comes back, I love this show." A fan said, "So we can celebrate the Red Tsunami and the 5th season of Yellowstone around the same time. #teamRip #channelyourinnerbeth." A tweet stated, "I’ve seen it a million times. It’s great. Can’t wait for Sunday. Let’s goooooooo." Another claimed, "I know all the seasons I’ve watched them 5 times I can’t wait for season 5 it’s really going to be good I love it."








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