Paramount Network has announced when Season 5 of Yellowstone will return after the midseason finale.

In the first week of "Little House on the Prairie," an actor passed out, and Karen Grassle didn't know if she would be able to keep going. Fans will have to wait a while for the end of season 5 of Yellowstone.

On Sunday, during the midseason finale, Paramount Network announced that the hit show will be back with new episodes in the summer of 2023.

To keep fans interested until then, the network released a short teaser trailer with shots of Kevin Costner as John Dutton, the patriarch of the Dutton family, in character.

Yellowstone, which also stars Luke Grimes, Kelly Reilly, Wes Bentley, and Cole Hauser, debuted in June 2018 and has since been praised by many critics. It has been nominated for Emmy, Screen Actors Guild, and Golden Globe awards, among others.

In November 2022, the season 5 premiere had more than 12 million viewers, which was the most for any premiere of the show.

Due to the popularity of the show, several prequel series have been made, including 1883, which started in December 2021 and starred real-life couple Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, and 1923, which started in December 2022 and starred Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren.

In February 2021, a spinoff show called 6666 was announced, but it doesn't have a release date yet.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Costner, who is 67 years old, gave a hint about the future of the show by saying, "I think we can say that the gas is on. We aren't going to stop."

Hauser, who plays Rip, told PEOPLE at the season 5 premiere of Yellowstone in New York City that "it's not the last season." He is 47 years old.

Costner told PEOPLE that the intentional way the show builds its world and develops its characters is what "makes the show so successful."

He said, "I've always thought that a good Western isn't just a race to the gunfight." "I think it could be a great movie or TV show if you can make up language and situations and then end up in a gunfight. But I think it's a problem if you're trying to get there so quickly that you don't understand the people or the situation."

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