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As "Yellowstone" fans eagerly await the final episodes this fall, they can currently stream the first half of season 5.

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The hit Paramount Network show's first eight episodes of season 5 are now available for streaming on Peacock.

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If you're new to the series, you can also catch up on the previous four seasons, which are also streaming on Peacock.

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In season 5, Kevin Costner's character, John Dutton, is sworn in as the new governor of Montana, while his loved ones fight to protect the family's ranch.

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The fifth season premiered in November 2022 and concluded on New Year's Day.

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Fans can choose between two subscription options on Peacock: $4.99 per month or $9.99 per month for ad-free streaming.

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Following a mid-season break in January, "Yellowstone" underwent significant changes, with rumors swirling that Costner may not return for the show's next season.

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Scheduling conflicts with Costner's movie project "Horizon" prevented him from reprising his role as the patriarch of the Montana ranch family.

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In May, it was officially announced that the fifth season would be the series' last in its current form, but a sequel show is already in development.

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The final six episodes of "Yellowstone" season 5 are expected to air in November.

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Although details about the sequel show's cast are unknown, insiders anticipate the return of some familiar faces.

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In the meantime, Peacock offers an opportunity for "Yellowstone" fans to catch up on all five seasons of the show.

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Additionally, the first half of season 5 is available on DVD and Blu-Ray, and can be rented digitally on Amazon Prime Video and AppleTV.

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"Yellowstone" streams on Peacock rather than Paramount+ due to a previous deal with NBCUniversal.

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The streaming rights to "Yellowstone" were acquired by Peacock in January 2020, before Paramount+ had launched.

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Paramount faced the challenge of addressing the loss of streaming revenue and the high demand for "Yellowstone," leading them to focus on the western genre.

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Taylor Sheridan, the creator of "Yellowstone," struck a deal with Paramount to develop several related projects, including the prequel series "1883," which streamed exclusively on Paramount+.

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While "Yellowstone" may not be available on Paramount+ for the foreseeable future, there are multiple shows by Sheridan on the platform, such as "1923" starring Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren.

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Additionally, "Lawmen: Bass Reeves," currently in production, will also stream on Paramount+.

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Other non-"Yellowstone" shows by Sheridan on Paramount+ include "Mayor of Kingstown" and "Tulsa King."