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Kelly Reilly’s back on TV tossing her bangs and slinging curse words, and that’s a sure a sign as any that Yellowstone has returned to rule the Nielsen ratings. As of Nov. 13, the hugely popular Montana-set drama by Taylor Sheridan has returned for its massive fifth season, which comprises two parts and 14 episodes total. But the show’s orthodox deals with Paramount Network and Peacock make tuning in without a cable subscription a bit tricky; to catch up with all the drama in the Dutton family, here’s what you need to know.
What time do Yellowstone episodes come out?
New episodes of Yellowstone drop simultaneously on the Paramount Network app (not to be confused with Paramount+) and website at the same time the show airs on Paramount Network, at 8 p.m. EST on Sunday nights.
Can I watch Yellowstone on a streaming service, without cable?
While previous seasons of Yellowstone are currently streaming on Peacock, season 5 won’t be available on the NBC streamer until after the entire season has run its course. If you want to watch Yellowstone season 5 as it airs, you’ll need to have a cable package that allows you access to Paramount Network, or you’ll want to purchase a live TV streaming service such as Philo, Fubo TV, Hulu + Live TV, or YouTube TV. You can also pre-purchase the entirety of season 5 on Amazon Prime for $39.99, allowing you to stream each episode as it drops on Sundays.
How many episodes are in Yellowstone Season 5?
Season 5 will be split into two seven-episode parts, for a total of 14 episodes.
When does the next episode of Yellowstone Season 5 come out?
- Episode 1, “One Hundred Years is Nothing,” streaming as of Nov. 13
- Episode 2, “The Sting of Wisdom,” streaming as of Nov. 13
- Episode 3, streaming Nov. 20
- Episode 4, streaming Nov. 27
- Episode 5, streaming Dec. 4
- Episode 6, streaming Dec. 11
- Episode 7, streaming Dec. 18
Air dates for episodes 8-14 are yet to be released, but will likely run in early 2023.
Lauren Puckett-Pope is an associate editor at ELLE, where she covers film, TV, books and fashion.