Kevin Costner Really Fired Up 'Yellowstone' Fans With His Reaction to New Season 5 Clip

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With the season 5 premiere of Yellowstone less than a month away, fans are more than ready to see what’s next for the Dutton family — and so is Kevin Costner.

On October 15, the hit Paramount Network show’s official Instagram dropped a new clip featuring John front and center. The snippet showed the patriarch walking around the Yellowstone ranch in a formal black suit and cowboy hat. The scene quickly switches to an emotional moment between Kayce (Luke Grimes) and Monica (Kelsey Asbille) while Beth (Kelly Reilly) and Rip (Cole Hauser) share their own sentimental exchange. The video ends with John stepping up to a podium as he campaigns to become the next governor of Montana.

“Must break my wife’s heart to look down and see what a mess I’ve made of this family and the sacrifices it took to give us a home,” he says in the Instagram snippet. “Sacrifice is exactly what we’re gonna do.”

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Reacting to the new Yellowstone season 5 footage, Kevin didn’t have to say much to fire up fans. “Let’s go,” he wrote in the comments section.

Additional members of the cast chimed in to share their excitement. “GET. READY. FOR. 5!!!👊🏾🔥⭐️,” wrote actor Rob Kirkland. “💛💛💛💛💛,” added Nicole Sheridan, wife of Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan.

Fans of the long-running drama also couldn’t contain their anticipation. “I already want to see it I can’t take it anymore 🙏,” one person wrote. “I get goosebumps just thinking about it 🥰,” another individual wrote. “SO EXCITED!!!!!😁😁😁❤️❤️,” someone else said.

Season 5 will have a two-hour premiere on November 13, and if the previous trailers are any indication, fans are in for a whole lot of drama. One thing is for sure — when it comes to the Dutton family, anything’s game.

Annie O’Sullivan (she/her) covers holiday, gift guide, travel, and lifestyle content at Good Housekeeping. She has a degree in magazine journalism from Syracuse University and previously reported for Runner’s World, NBC New York/NY 4 and Woman’s Day. Annie also has experience writing entertainment news and celebrity-focused content.

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