Speaking to a yellowstone On Saturday night’s panel, Keith Cox, president of development and production at Paramount Network, addressed the elephant in the room about star Kevin Costner’s upcoming show.
“What I will say is that our star, the face of the show and the producer, is very confident that he will continue with our show,” Cox told the crowd at the Dolby Theatre, in front of hundreds of fans who enthusiastically delivered. answer
In February, it was announced that the network was looking to end the deal yellowstone sooner rather than later due to scheduling conflicts with Costner, who plays patriarch John Dutton and reportedly requested that he only work for one week in the second half of season five. The first part of the season in the last month of Jan. 1 was released in its middle and is set to return for the second half of this summer. The scene leads to a potentially fatal fight between Costner’s character and his son, played by Wes Bentley.
It is also clear that Matthew McConaughey will star in a . yellowstone is a spinoff series from creator Taylor Sheridan regardless of Costner’s role in the series.
At the time of the news about Costner’s future, the Paramount Network released this statement: “We have nothing to announce. Kevin Costner is an important part yellow and that it is so, we hope it will be for a long time. Thanks to the brilliant mind of Taylor Sheridan, we are always working on the freedom of expansion of this incredible world that he has built. Matthew McConaughey is a phenomenal talent with whom we love to partner.
Saturday night’s panel originally featured Costner, Sheridan and co-stars Bentley, Kelly Reilly, Cole Hauser, Luke Grimes, Kelsey Asbille, Gil Birmingham, Jack Weaver and executive producer David Glasser. Less than hours before the event, the line-up was completely changed, with Cox bringing in Moses Cope, Aurora Olivieri, Josh Lucas and Wendy Moniz.
Speaking to Hollywood actor on the red carpet of Costner’s position, the Set said that he “doesn’t have to worry about anything” because “the right people [are] at the helm of the series. He continues, “Kevin is a very important part of the show and hopefully will continue for a very long time.”
Moniz said it’s “interesting” to navigate the show’s uncertain status, saying “we’ve been waiting and listening and wanting to get back to work, basically.”
Olivieri, who plays the cunning corporate shark and newcomer Sara, said of the show ending sooner rather than later: “I believe Taylor is writing a rollercoaster, I can believe she can do it. Because why do you write something else? Are you writing to make everyone feel happy and feel good about what you’ve done recently? That’s not why we watch Taylor Sheridan. We are watching because we are going [gasps] ‘I thought it was the right thing to do.’ How could he do that?’
the actress who starred before Claire Dutton in the thesis yellowstone limited prequel show 1883He joked, “The names will change, the tide will shift, the Matthew McConaugheys will appear, it will just be whatever it takes.”
On the panel, Lucas spoke to the show’s enduring popularity — the village-set drama counts Jennifer Lopez among its legions of crushes — as a model of how coastal cities tend to infuse the vibrancy and diversity that Middle America has to offer.
“I think people wanted to bring the show back to a Western, American, white male iconographic vision of what’s going on with the division in this country right now, and really, a show showing so many different ideas at the same time; that’s why it’s also about America rather than a red state show I think it is,” he said. This show is about family, it’s about love, it’s about the idea of America — both past and present and future.”