Kevin Costner's Yellowstoneis finally being recognized this awards season, after receiving it's first ever nomination at the 2022 Screen Actors Guild Awards.It is the first major nod that the popular show has ever received, despite being the most-watched cable TV show of the last five years.The western drama has received a nomination in the top category of ensemble in a television drama, competing against Succession, Squid Game, The Morning Show and The Handmaid's Tale.Before this, the show had only received a single Creative Arts Emmys nomination for production design for a narrative contemporary program (one hour or more).
Recognition:Kevin Costner's Yellowstone is finally being recognized this awards season, after receiving it's first ever nomination at the 2022 Screen Actors Guild AwardsThe show's creator Taylor Sheridan said in a statement following the nomination: 'There's no bigger compliment to an actor than being recognized by their peers.''Congratulations to our incredibly talented cast on this wonderful and well deserved nomination.'The news comes after the series hit a new rating records with its Season 4 finale last Sunday,with more than 11 million viewers tuning in - the highest views since the 2017 Walking Dead Season 8 premiere.The drama takes a break from TV's typical New York City or LA settings to focus on a real American family in Montana who are fighting to protect their cattle ranch from land-grabbing interlopers.
Pictured left to right on porch - Beth Dutton (Kelly Reilly), John Dutton (Kevin Costner), Monica Long (Kelsey Asbille) and Jamie Duttong (Wes Bentley).Read more on dailymail.co.uk