Kevin Costner Lands New Docuseries Amid 'Yellowstone' Drama

Kevin Costner has landed a new series amid uncertainty surrounding his Yellowstone future. 

The actor will host and executive produce Kevin Costner's The West (working title) for History Channel, the network announced Wednesday. Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin will also executive produce.

The eight-part documentary series examines "Wild West" stereotypes and myths from a variety of angles in order to "capture the spirit of opportunity

excitement, and peril through the diverse, complicated personalities, and untold stories that defined the era, and continue to impact our country today."

History is my favourite subject. I adore the epic, brave, and terrifying Western stories. I've always been fascinated by the individuals and their tales, 

but it's urgent right now to put those eras and the people we believe we know in perspective, in the context of their times, without passing judgement, said actor Kevin Costner in a statement.

According to Goodwin in a statement, Kevin Costner has established himself as one of the best storytellers of this era and of this genre thanks to his body of work on the American West

What a privilege it is for my partner Beth Laski and me to work with Kevin and his team, as well as our dependable colleagues at The History Channel and Radical Media,


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