'Yellowstone' star Cole Hauser just shared how many seasons of the show creator Taylor Sheridan has planned

Cole Hauser portrays loyal ranch hand Rip Wheeler in "Yellowstone."
Cole Hauser portrays loyal ranch hand Rip Wheeler in "Yellowstone."Paramount Network
  • Cole Hauser has shared how many seasons of "Yellowstone" are currently in the works.

  • The Rip Wheeler actor divulged details about the future of the show at the Golden Globes.

  • "I can tell you there will be a sixth and there'll be a seventh," he told Entertainment Tonight.

"Yellowstone" has not yet been officially renewed beyond its current fifth season – but according to star Cole Hauser, the Dutton family will be back.

The Rip Wheeler actor spoke to Entertainment Tonight on the 2023 Golden Globes red carpet Tuesday evening about the success of the show, as well as its future.

As it stands, there has been no announcement about the future of the show, which is on hiatus until summer. However, Hauser divulged that another two seasons have been given the green light, as he told the outlet that "we've got six and seven coming".

"I can tell you there will be a sixth and there'll be a seventh," he said. "That's all I can say. That's all I can tell you."

When pushed to give more details, the"Good Will Hunting" star remained tight-lipped while his wife, former "Sweet Valley High" star Cynthia Daniel interjected to say that even she hasn't been told what's to come.

Representatives for Paramount did not respond to Insider's request for comment.

Hauser went on to confirm that season five of "Yellowstone" has wrapped and gushed about filming the show on location.

The Paramount drama is currently on a midseason break.
The Paramount drama is currently on a midseason break.Paramount Network

"I work in the best office in the world. Montana is it," he said. "The writing is unbelievable, the actors are superb, we've got a great crew."

The actor has been portraying ranch hand Rip, the now-husband of Beth Dutton (Kelly Reilly), the daughter of cattle rancher-turned-governor John Dutton (Kevin Costner) in the Paramount drama since it debuted in 2018.

The neo-Western, which also stars Luke Grimes, Kelsey Asbille, Wes Bentley, and Gil Birmingham, aired its season five midseason finale on New Year's Day and will return with more episodes in the summer.

Mo Brings Plenty and Cole Hauser onstage at the 80th Annual Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 10, 2023.
"Yellowstone" stars Mo Brings Plenty and Cole Hauser onstage at the Golden Globe Awards on January 10, 2023.Rich Polk/NBC via Getty Images

Hauser's comments weren't the only big "Yellowstone" news to come out of the Golden Globes, as lead star Kevin Costner took home the award for best actor in a television drama series for his portrayal of the Dutton patriarch – marking the show's first-ever major awards win.

The popular show has found itself left out of the awards conversation over the last few years, despite continually breaking viewership records. The season five premiere was the most watched show across all of TV in 2022, and so far season five has averaged 13 million viewers an episode, according to Nielsen.

Sadly though, the 67-year-old actor was not in attendance at the ceremony in Los Angeles as a result of the inclement weather in Santa Barbara, California, where he lives.

The actor shared a few words on Instagram following his win.

"Thank you to the Hollywood Foreign Press and @goldenglobes for this tremendous honor and to the @yellowstone team for bringing John Dutton's world to life," Costner wrote. "I share this recognition with my castmates, the producers, and our incredible crew. Most of all, thank you to our show's fans, who love Yellowstone Ranch as if it were their own."

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