Kevin Costner signs Yellowstone docu series deal with Fox Nation
Actor Kevin Costner has signed a deal with Fox Nation for a four-part docu-series to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Yellowstone National Park, Fox News announced Tuesday.
The Academy Award-winning actor and star of the Paramount Network show “Yellowstone” will narrate and host “Yellowstone: One-Fifty.”
“‘Yellowstone One-Fifty’ exemplifies the superior creative content that we strive to deliver exclusively to our subscribers,” Fox Nation President Jason Klarman said in a statement.
He added, “We are thrilled to collaborate with an iconic actor and filmmaker of Kevin Costner’s caliber on this project.”
The limited series, featuring four one-hour episodes highlighting the iconic park, will drop later this year.
Paramount’s “Yellowstone” recently made headlines when actor Forrie J. Smith did not attend the Screen Actors Guild Awards ceremony last month due to the award show’s COVID-19 vaccination requirement.
“I mean no offense to anyone. I’m not vaccinated, and it’s a requirement to be vaccinated to be at the Screen Actors Guild Awards ceremony,” Smith said when announcing he would not attend the ceremony.