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Is ‘Yellowstone’ based on a true story?

Kevin Costner as John Dutton. Episode 5 of Yellowstone - - Cowboys and Dreamers
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After a wild ride, the Yellowstone Season 5 release date of Paramount Network’s hit western is set, and Taylor Sheridan is in the process of working with Yellowstone on an entirely new one on Paramount+, including the prequel series 1932 .

Yellowstone is such a compelling tale and cast of characters. Kevin Costner plays the patriarchal figurehead of the Dutton family, the proprietors of Montana’s largest ranch, in this neo-western. The series concentrates on the ins and outs of all the drama that pits specific family members against one another, similar to hit shows like Succession and Arrested Development but with a more dramatic and, of course, western twist. But who are the Duttons in real life? Here’s everything you need to know about Yellowstone’s true tale.

Is Yellowstone inspired by true events?

Yellowstone is a completely made-up series by Taylor Sheridan and John Linson. Despite the fact that Yellowstone is a real place, this show is entirely made up! Yellowstone, on the other hand, is shot on a real Montana ranch.

Is Yellowstone inspired by a book? What is the inspiration behind Yellowstone?

Nope. Sheridan and Linson came up with the original concept, and there are no publications featuring the Dutton narrative. But isn’t that just making the series better?

Are Mayor of Kingstown, 1883 and 1932 based on true events?

Nope. Sheridan appears to be an original creation, creating these neo-westerns and thrillers from scratch. Although none of his shows are based on true events, they are all well-informed.

Where can I watch Yellowstone online?

Yellowstone seasons 1-4 are currently available to watch on Peacock. On the Paramount Network, new episodes of Yellowstone Season 5  will available on nov 13. Both 1883 and Mayor of Kingstown, a prequel to Yellowstone, are available streaming on Paramount+.

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