The popular series Yellowstone will officially end after its fifth season, according to an announcement made by Paramount Network. Originally set to air this summer, the second part of Season 5 will now be released in November and will mark the final season of the show. However, fans of the series need not be too disheartened, as a sequel series is already in the works and is set to air in December. This news comes after a week filled with speculation about the show's future, particularly regarding the return of its lead actor, Kevin Costner. Rumors about Costner's departure have been circulating for months, with reports of friction between the actor and the production team. It seems that Costner's involvement in another project, a western film titled Horizon, was causing issues on the set of Yellowstone. As a result, Costner proposed to reduce his filming time significantly due to production conflicts. The fifth season of Yellowstone, which will be split into two parts, had already wrapped its first part in January. However, with the reported conflicts and delays, the release of the second part was pushed back to November. Despite the conclusion of the original series, fans can look forward to the yet-to-be-titled sequel series, which will continue the Yellowstone story. Overall, the news of Yellowstone's official end after Season 5 may come as a disappointment to fans. However, the announcement of a sequel series offers hope that the world of Yellowstone will continue to captivate audiences even after its conclusion.