Yellowstone is on a midseason break until the summer of 2023. The spinoff show known as 1923 will return on Sunday, February 5. 

The television show Yellowstone was created by Taylor Sheridan, who also serves as the show’s writer, director, and executive producer. The show first premiered on the Paramount Network (formerly known as Spike) in 2018. The show follows the conflicts and struggles of the Dutton family, who own the largest contiguous ranch in the United States and must deal with various threats to their land and way of life. The show’s first season received positive reviews, and it has been renewed for multiple seasons.

Yellowstone has been well-received by audiences and has generally received positive reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, the show’s first season has an approval rating of 88% based on reviews from 33 critics, with an average rating of 7.16/10. The show has also performed well in terms of viewership. The first season premiere of Yellowstone was the most-watched original cable series in 2018. The series has also been consistently ranking high in the Nielsen ratings, making it one of the highest-rated shows on cable television. The 3rd season reportedly averaged 5.3 million viewers per episode, making it the most-watched ad-supported cable series of the summer.

Yellowstone targets a broad audience, but it tends to be popular among adults, particularly those who are interested in western and family dramas. The show features themes of family, power struggles, and conflicts over land and resources, which may appeal to viewers who are interested in these types of stories. The show also has a strong cast and dramatic plot twists, which may appeal to viewers who enjoy well-written and well-acted television shows.

Additionally, The show’s viewership is skewed towards a male audience, with a majority of the viewers being men aged 18–49. The show is also popular among a rural audience, as it depicts the lifestyle of a ranching family and the struggles they face to keep their land.

While the shows are on break, a behind-the-scenes look at Yellowstone is available on YouTube. Watch videos via the playlist.