'Yellowstone' Star Drops Behind The Scenes Look At Season 5

"Yellowstone" star Denim Richards gave fans a bit of a look at the new season.

The fifth season of the hit series with Kevin Costner premieres November 13 on the Paramount Network, and millions of fans around the country are fired up to get back to the ranch with the Duttons.

While information surrounding the upcoming season has been protected at all costs, some behind the scenes looks have hit Instagram.

Richards, who plays fan favorite Colby on the series, shared a photo of him on set in costume, and captioned it, "The good ole Ranch life!! who’s ready for what comes next?"

While it doesn't give fans much info at all about the new season, we'll take anything we can get at this point.

Even a quick behind the scenes look will wet the whistle until an actual trailer drops.

Given the season four cliffhanger, nobody really has any idea where the Taylor Sheridan show will go from here. Remember, Kayce said he saw the "end of us," but it's not clear at all what that means.

Was it the end of the Duttons? The end of Kayce and Monica? The end of their way of life in Montana? "Yellowstone" could go in any direction.

What I do know for sure is fans can't wait for November 13 to get here. Ever since "Yellowstone" premiered in 2018, it's been one of the best shows ever made and the ratings have been unreal.

That's what happens when you focus on just giving fans great content instead of going woke. "Yellowstone" is violent, gritty, dark, suspenseful and fun, and fans have shown up and showed out with monster ratings.

Maybe, just maybe, the rest of Hollywood could learn a lesson from Sheridan about what fans want to see.

When you give people something actually engaging instead of preachy nonsense, people get hooked. "Yellowstone" is a great example of that fact.

Make sure to keep checking back for the latest "Yellowstone" updates as we have them at OutKick. We're going to take you all on a journey through all of season five!

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David Hookstead is a reporter for OutKick covering a variety of topics with a focus on football and culture. He also hosts of the podcast American Joyride that is accessible on Outkick where he interviews American heroes and outlines their unique stories. Before joining OutKick, Hookstead worked for the Daily Caller for seven years covering similar topics. Hookstead is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin.