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Yellowstone was the most-watched cable TV show last year, and it's no surprise. The story of the drama-filled Dutton family's Montana ranch has tons of cliffhangers, making it perfect for binge-watching. We fell in love with the Yellowstone cast, especially Kelly Reilly's Beth Dutton and Cole Hauser as Rip Wheeler, and can't wait to find out what happens next in the entertaining show. And, don't worry! There will be more to come. Season 5 will be airing starting November 13 with a super-sized season of 14 all-new episodes, more episodes of 1883 are on the way, and two other spinoffs, 1923 and 6666, are in the works too!
If you don't have cable, you may be wondering which streaming service has Yellowstone. And, trust us, you want to watch it.
How Can I Watch Season 5 of Yellowstone?
When season 5 premieres, cable subscribers can tune in to Yellowstone on Paramount Network or the Paramount Network app. Here's where it gets a little tricky: The show is not available on the new Paramount+ streaming service, which will be the home to all of the Yellowstone spinoff shows, including 1883. It also will not available on Peacock at this time.
Philo offers more than 60 channels including Paramount Network for $25/month, and episodes of Yellowstone will be able to watch live when they air. New customers can try out the service for free for 7 days.
How to Watch Yellowstone Seasons 1, 2, 3, and 4 Without Cable?
If you don't have cable, you've probably searched Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime and seen you're out of luck. But don't panic! Seasons 1, 2, 3, and 4 are all available to watch now on the Peacock streaming service.
The first episode streams on the free tier. After that, you'll need a Peacock Premium subscription. Peacock plans start at $4.99 a month and include some of our favorite shows like Downton Abbey, Parks and Recreation, Friday Night Lights, and The Office. Individual episodes are also available to purchase through Amazon, iTunes, or Vudu.
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