Luke Grimes Gives Advice on Living Your Best Country Life as ‘1923’ Adds New Cast Members

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It’s time for our first official summary of yellow stone news! Let’s dive into the universe that first introduced us to the Dutton family and made us dream of owning ranches in Montana and falling in love with loyal and Rip(ped) ranchers. This Thursday provided a look into the life of the actor who plays the lovable Kayce Dutton, as well as a video from cast member Brecken Merrill revealing a sinister scene from Montana.

In addition to yellow stone, the ever-expanding world of the Dutton family continues to grow day by day. New cast members have been announced for the upcoming prequel. 1923 ⏤ a show fans can’t wait to see as it will mean even more of the Dutton family tree. Needless to say, it’s a great day to be a yellow stone fan.

Luke Grimes talks to Life in the countryside and share some tips

In all its fall movie-tinged splendor and the promise of Luke Grimes by a campfire, Life in the countryside unearthed dreams we didn’t even know we had today. (Okay, so maybe we to have dreamed of Luke Grimes near a campfire, but we digress). The magazine caught up with everyone’s favorite Dutton to chat about yellow stonemusic and living the country life in the mountains of Montana.

According to Grimes, there are plenty of things you can do to live your best country life, some of which include spending as much time as you can on the road (preferably in a retro-looking Airstream), blasting country music whenever you possible, explore parks and learn to play the guitar on your own.

In the fifth season of yellow stoneA tight-lipped Grimes gave a brief response on what fans can expect from the upcoming season, only saying, “It’s as different as any other season.” If you’re going into the next season thinking you’ve figured out what to expect, Grimes says you’re in for a real treat. He also calls himself a bit of a pyrotechnician, which we’ll allow since his ideas of country life have made us swoon even more (yes, it’s possible).

Brecken Merrill shares videos of Montana smog

Brecken Merrill, who plays Tate Dutton in yellow stone, shared two videos on his Instagram today with the smoke from Montana, and they were spooky looks on the generally impressive horizon. She shared one on her feed and the other on her Story, noting that the smoke didn’t show up as easily on her cell phone camera as it does in real life.

Without a doubt, the moody atmosphere will make for great shots of stormy nights at the ranch, moments when the tension in the air is so thick you could cut it with a knife. While plot details for season five are being kept under wraps (for now), we know secrets are slowly being revealed and tumultuous talks are on the horizon, almost foreshadowed by Merrill’s posts.

One of the most amazing things about yellow stone it’s how perfect the backdrop is for a story as layered as the ones the Duttons tell, setting an epic stage for a story about power, love, lust and the fight for survival ⏤ that fans are thrilled to continue exploring in the Next yellow stone cleave.

1923 adds exciting new cast members

You heard us right ⏤ the 1923 the universe is growing! we learned today from Variety that seven new cast members will join the Taylor Sheridan story and further develop the Dutton family story.

It was announced that Darren Mann, Julia Schlaepfer, Aminah Nieves, Marley Shelton, Brian Geraghty, James Badge Dale, and Michelle Randolph would join the team. If those names sound familiar to you, it’s because you’ve seen them on everything from animal Kingdom a big sky Y Scream. The all-star cast is certainly packing a punch for the upcoming series, and with good reason.

According to the plot synopsis, “1923 will introduce viewers to the next generations of the Dutton family as they struggle to survive historic drought, lawlessness and prohibition, and an epidemic of cattle rustling; all struggled under the cloud of Montana’s Great Depression, which preceded the nation by nearly a decade.”

Anarchy is no stranger to yellow stone family, and that word in particular makes us believe that the infamous Dutton railway station might have been around a little longer than we thought. You can watch the first four seasons of yellow stone on Peacock now, and don’t forget to watch the first prequel, 1883at Paramount Plus.

Be sure to check back here tomorrow for more. yellow stone news!

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