Yellowstone: Kevin Costner’s future with series seemingly revealed after actor’s TV convention no-show

Kevin Costner’s future with Yellowstone has seemingly been confirmed.

Fans of the Western drama were recently shocked by the claims that Costner would step away from his role as the head of the Dutton family.

According to the reports, Sicario and Hell or High Water writer Taylor Sheridan decided to end the show as a result of Costner's claimed choice. It is rumoured that a spin-off featuring Matthew McConaughey is in production.

Sheridan and Costner, who received a Golden Globe nomination for the role in January, allegedly had a falling out over the actor's filming commitments for another project

This was denied by the actor's attorney, who said: "The idea that Kevin was only prepared to work one week on the second half of season five of Yellowstone is an absolute lie.

On Saturday (1 April), Costner and Sheridan were both set to attend a panel at TV convention PaleyFest for the show alongside co-stars Kelly Reilly

Cole Hauser, Luke Grimes, Kelsey Asbille, Wes Betley, Gil Birmingham and Jacki Weaver.