Kevin Costner's rep responds to the rumor that "Yellowstone" will be canceled

The plot gets worse. In early February, Deadline said that Yellowstone star Kevin Costner only wanted to work one week on the second half of the fifth season of the Paramount Network drama. However, the actor's rep says that is not true.

The actor's lawyer, Marty Singer, tells Puck News that the idea that Kevin was only willing to work one week on the second half of Season 5 of Yellowstone is a complete lie. "It's crazy, and anyone who says it shouldn't be taken seriously for a second. 

Everyone who knows Kevin well knows that he really cares about the show and has always gone out of his way to make sure it does well. Deadline's first report said that Costner's shooting schedule has been "frustrating" for the show's creator Taylor Sheridan and "causing morale problems" with the rest of the cast. 

The article also said that Paramount Network had turned down Costner's rumored offer to work for only one week and was instead thinking about moving Yellowstone to Paramount+, possibly with Matthew McConaughey in the lead role. If something like that happened, OG Yellowstone could end this summer when Season 5 is over. 

As of the midseason finale, Costner's character, John Dutton, and his daughter Beth (Kelly Reilly), both thought about killing Wes Bentley's character, Jamie, the black sheep of the family. In response to the article, a representative from Paramount Network said, "We don't have any news to share."

 Kevin Costner is an important part of Yellowstone, and we hope that will stay true for a long time.

 Thanks to Taylor Sheridan's brilliant mind, we are always working on expanding this amazing world he has created. Matthew McConaughey has a lot of talent, and we'd love to work with him.

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