WYOMING \u2013Ever since the first season of Yellowstone\u00a0wrapped up on August 22, 2018, fans of the hit show have been asking Buckrail\u00a0whether there will be a second season.\r\n\r\nParamount announced that the show has been renewed and Season 2 is already in production. The second season will be 10 episodes long and it will be shot entirely in Utah and Montana. Air dates have not been announced but it\u2019s safe to say it will probably follow a similar timeline as the first season and air around June 2019.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe show\u2019s producers also announced Oscar-nominated screenwriter Taylor Sheridan will return as the showrunner and a writer for the series. Sheridan executive produces along with John Linson, Art Linson, Kevin Costner, and David C. Glasser. Ted Gold and Lauren Ruggiero are the executives in charge of production for\u00a0Paramount Network.\r\n\r\nNo formal announcement has been made on the show\u2019s star Kevin Costner. Sheridan\u00a0told New York Post\u00a0that Season 2 will have more villains and the land grab issues will escalate.\r\n\r\nWhen the Season 1 finale ended, a quick series of preview shots from the filming for Season 2 clearly included Costner dressed in character, so it looks like John Dutton is coming back. How long he\u2019ll be around is anyone\u2019s guess.\r\n\r\nYellowstone is the third original series to launch on Paramount Network since the network was rebranded from Spike TV back in January 2018. The show has proven to be a hit for the cabler, following a record-setting debut that attracted\u00a05.3 million viewers, the series now ranks as cable\u2019s most-watched series behind The Walking Dead.\r\n\r\nThe drama series stars Kevin Costner along with Luke Grimes, Kelly Reilly, Wes Bentley, Cole Hauser, Kelsey Asbille, Brecken Merrill, Jefferson White, Danny Huston and Gil Birmingham. It chronicles the lives of the Dutton family, led by John Dutton (Costner), who controls the largest contiguous cattle ranch in the United States.\r\n\r\nAmid shifting alliances, unsolved murders, open wounds, and hard-earned respect, the ranch is in constant conflict with those it borders, including an expanding town, an Indian reservation, and America\u2019s first national park.