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'Yellowstone' Season 5: Beth Dutton meets her adversary Sarah Atwood, says 'it's going to be bloody'

A new 'Inside Look' of 'Yellowstone' Season 5 sees Kelly Reilly and other stars of the show explaining how this will be the biggest season ever
Kelly Reilly as Beth Dutton in 'Yellowstone' Season 4 (Paramount)
Kelly Reilly as Beth Dutton in 'Yellowstone' Season 4 (Paramount)

The first four seasons of Paramount’s drama series ‘Yellowstone’ were really phenomenal and gave a new life to western dramas. From gorgeous cinematography to extraordinary dramatic sequences, the blockbuster show was destined to be a massive success. Season 4 gave us a glimpse of how big the show has really become and how vast this universe really is. But it seems Taylor Sheridan and the entire cast is ready to take the show to a whole new level with Season 5 and according to Kelly Reilly, it’s going to be “bloody.”

The trailer for the upcoming edition has already received a massive thumbs-up from the fans and to make people more excited about the show, Paramount has released a new clip in which get to see an inside look at Season 5. The short clip features Kevin Costner (John Dutton), Kelly Reilly (Beth Dutton), Wes Bentley (Jamie Dutton), Luke Grimes (Kayce Dutton), Cole Hauser (Rip Wheeler), Kelsey Asbille (Monica Long Dutton), and creator Taylor Sheridan talking about why the upcoming edition is the biggest one so far.


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The clip is an indication that John Dutton’s life might be in grave danger because he may have made some new enemies. He is the new Governor of Montana and everyone knows how he wants to save the ranch and stop the big realtors from coming to the area and destroying it by making hotels and other things. However, Reilly was more specific about how this season is going to be and noted that viewers are going to see a detailed look at Montana’s political world.


While talking about the season, Reilly said, “There’s more to come. Her (Beth) father just wants to be a rancher and doesn’t want to be a politician. We get to see a lot more of the political world in Montana and what that means. It’s gonna be bloody.”

The video also sees John Dutton firing most of his staff in one of the cabinet meetings and reassures himself that he doesn’t need outsiders giving him advice on policies.

However, things remain tense between John, Jamie, and Beth because Costner bluntly said that his character doesn’t trust Jamie and he has good reasons to believe that.

Jamie was going to be announced the new candidate for the Governor of Montana and suddenly, his step-father came into the mix and his dreams were shattered. So, he might turn out to be dangerous in the long run. But Beth knows that he won’t be doing anything because she “owns him.”

But Jamie might not be her biggest problem this season because she’ll be going head-to-head with Sarah Atwood (Dawn Olivieri), who is going to pose some big problems for Beth. The clip ends with Sheridan applauding all the cast and crew of the show and reassuring fans that Season 5 is “incredibly well-executed with as high a production value as any Television show that’s ever been made.”

The production of the show Yellowstone has impacted the economy of Montana significantly with an influx of the wealthy individuals in the state (Courtesy: Paramount Pictures)
The production of the show Yellowstone has impacted the economy of Montana significantly with an influx of wealthy individuals in the state (Paramount Pictures)

The 3-minute clip has made everyone really excited about the show and fans can’t wait to see how the Dutton Family is going to save the area from being destroyed by the outsiders.

‘Yellowstone’ Season 5 begins with a two-hour premiere on Paramount on Sunday, November 13, 2022, at 9 pm EST.