Kevin Costner says he originally agreed to just 3 seasons of ‘Yellowstone’

While Kevin CostnerIt is Yellow stone Destiny remains in a dusty fog, the actor initially didn’t plan on doing the series for as long as he already has.

During a new appearance on Dax Shepard and Monica Padman’s show Armchair expert podcast, Costner recalled his original plan to star in the now-hit Western drama series. Although there was much speculation that he would return for the final episodes of the fifth season, Costner said he initially agreed to do three seasons before the series was even made. As he described it to Shepard and Padman, Costner was sent to sell the show to buyers in Europe. There, he was asked if he would participate in more than seven seasons.

According to Horizon: an American saga star, he said he agreed to do three, even though he thought it would just be one long season. As the story progressed, he ended up appearing in all five existing seasons.

Despite the more recent drama surrounding his continuation on the show, Costner praised the project. “I just believed in the world. I knew it was a soap opera. I knew we should all be in prison. We all killed people there and so you kind of throw logic out the window, isn’t it? -it’s not,” he said. .

Kevin Costner appears in Yellowstone as protagonist John Dutton.Primordial Network

Apparently referring to series co-creator Taylor Sheridan, Costner added: “He has a really good ear and he just wrote this stuff very authentically and it was a lot of fun and he wrote my role particularly well and Kelly’s (Reilly), so listen, I had a lot of fun with that.”

Now the fans wait for the second half of the fifth and final season, which officially entered production in late May and is scheduled to premiere on November 10. In a press release, Costner was listed as an executive producer, but it remains unclear whether he will appear or the fate of his main character, John Dutton. after more than a year of speculation and reported conflicts.

“I wish we could do it, but we haven’t been able to,” Costner told ET in April. “…I’ve done five seasons of it — I was thinking of doing seven, so how’s that going — I hope that’s the case — but they have a lot of different shows going on… Maybe- be that I’ll come back to me if that’s the case and I feel really comfortable with that, I would love to do that.


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