'Yellowstone's Ian Bohen Reveals What He Knows About Final Season (Exclusive)

The actor is teasing a spectacular finale for the famous Paramount series. Ian Bohen says he isn't sure what the last season of Yellowstone 

will be like, but he will find out soon because production is only a few months away. 

Speaking with ET's Cassie DiLaura at the Elton John AIDS Foundation Oscar Party on Sunday, the 47-year-old actor revealed that he and the show's other key cast members are preparing to return to Montana in a couple of weeks. 

"We will go back, rumor has it in May," Bohen tells ET. "This summer and then we should be on in November, roughly."

The actor, who portrays ranch hand Ryan on the Emmy-nominated Paramount Network series, says the precise filming schedule is yet unknown, but the entire cast will work on the highly anticipated season 6 all year. 

"It could be June, we shoot six episodes -- November maybe December, and then we go through the holidays and maybe season finale -- series finale maybe on Super Bowl [day]," Bohen says.

Last year, ET chatted with Bohen and Lainey Wilson, who revealed that they planned to film in the summer. However, filming did not take place because of the respective WGA 

SAG-AFTRA strikes, which halted production and delayed filming on hundreds of shows and movies. Wilson, a recent GRAMMY Award winner, made her acting debut in the fifth season of the show. 

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