Luke Grimes Doesn’t Know How Yellowstone Ends

Luke Grimes from Yellowstone isn’t just praising the Dutton family these days; he’s also singing his country music songs and talking about both on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

Luke Grimes is just as dreamy when he talks about his country music career as when he plays a cowboy in Yellowstone who is easy to fall in love with. He started making his album in February, just a few months after his first country single, “No Horse to Ride,” came out. The Dutton family’s future looks bright.

Luke Grimes Doesn't Know how Yellowstone Ends
Luke Grimes Doesn’t Know how Yellowstone Ends

Grimes didn’t say much about Yellowstone’s future, and there was a good reason for that.

“No, I don’t I think so some of the cast know, the end, you know, had been told some have and I didn’t want to know, I don’t and I don’t think I don’t think Taylor Sheridan who writes our show wants me to know, either, just, I don’t know. Yeah, it might — it might affect the way you do something or play something. And it’s kind of fun to experience this way. Anyway. It’s sort of, you know, like life.”

Grimes said in an interview before the start of season five that he isn’t even caught up with the whole show. He has only seen a few scenes because he wants to keep playing Kayce Dutton the same way he has always done. He doesn’t want to see anything in an episode that would make him change how he brings the Dutton cowboy to life.

Fallon also asked Grimes to describe his character, noting that fans have compared him to Michael Corleone, an influential person in the movie The Godfather.

“Yeah, that’s been kind of a reference throughout, but we’ll have to see. You know I think that’s what we’re all kind of waiting to see: can he come up and man up and do the things necessary to help the family keep the place or not? I think that’s what we’re all kind of watching to find out.”

Kayce has recently been asked to step up in a big way, and since John Dutton has left the Yellowstone Dutton Ranch, for the time being, Kayce has some big shoes to fill. I hope the character understands that as much as the actor who plays him.

Yellowstone is on hold until the summer, but you can watch everything from the first four seasons on Peacock. Also, don’t forget to watch new episodes of 1923 every Sunday on Paramount Plus.

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