This Yellowstone star made one bold prediction about the show’s finale that left fans stunned

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Fans are starting to learn more details about how the forthcoming albeit, significantly-delayed conclusion of Paramount Network’s hit series Yellowstone will play out in the coming months.

But one of the series’ actors just spilled all the beans.

And a Yellowstone star made one bold prediction about the show’s finale that left fans stunned.

Yellowstone has a display at a major country music festival

Paramount Network’s hit series Yellowstone created an interactive pop-up display at the Stagecoach country music festival in Indio, California.

The display brought a small piece of the Dutton family’s fictional Yellowstone ranch to California.

Yellowstone star Ian Bohen, who plays Ryan on the show, recently spoke with Entertainment Tonight ahead of Stagecoach about the pop-up display that will feature talent from the series, as well as the prequels and yet-to-be-released spin offs within the Yellowstone universe.

“We’re gonna have some talent from, not just Yellowstone, but across the Taylor [Sheridan] shows,” Bohen said. “There’s going to be meet-and-greets where we can hang out and chat and take pictures. There’s gonna be some merchandise… [It] will be centered in between all the music all around. It’s a really great addition to what’s happening there all weekend.”

Yellowstone co-star Luke Grimes, who plays Kayce Dutton and has recently released his first album as a country music artist, performed at the festival alongside country stars like Eric Church, Morgan Wallen, and Miranda Lambert.

Actors Dave Annable, who played Luke Dutton, Jen Landon, who played Teeter, and LaMonica Garrett, who played Thomas in the Yellowstone prequel 1883, also attended the event.

Bohen talked about what his experience starring in the hit series meant to him.

“It’s like having brothers and sisters where you go through life moments, and you’re with your family. When something really neat happens, you look to your left and to your right to see who’s with you that’s smiling the same way that you are,” Bohen said. “It’s looking sideways to see who’s standing next to you and they are feeling the same stuff. It’s a family… It’s never going to go away.”

He said being able to interact with the series’ fans at events like Stagecoach helps put into perspective how big of a culture impact Yellowstone has made.

“When people talk about what the show means to them, it makes you feel like you’re part of something much bigger than just an entertainment product,” Bohen explained. “It touches people in a way that is different than just something that they’re fans of. It’s a cultural phenomenon… It makes you feel like the work that you’re doing is more important than you ever thought it would be.”

Yellowstone star says the series will have the best finale in history

Bohen told Entertainment Tonight that fans will love the way the series concludes when the final half of its fifth and final season airs this fall.

“The fans are going to get the [best] conclusion that could possibly be written,” Bohen said. “Everything will land in a way that is perfectly set. A lot of shows just kind of finish… and they don’t satisfy you. This will be completed in a way that it will make sense.”

He added that fans who have been patiently waiting since the first half of season five concluded on January 1, 2023 – largely thanks to now-former Yellowstone star Kevin Costner’s refusal to devote the time needed to produce the series’ conclusion amidst his work on a supposed “passion project” – would be rewarded.

“I don’t know that any show has finished this strongly ever,” Bohen continued. “We’re expecting to have the best series finale in history. Overconfident maybe, but I think that’s what it’s going to be. We thank everyone for their patience… It’ll be worth the wait, I promise.”

Ian Bohen is confident that Yellowstone will finish strong, even though Kevin Costner nearly ruined it.

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