'Yellowstone' creator Taylor Sheridan says he's not surprised critics hate the show: 'It has no plot'

"Yellowstone" co-creator Taylor Sheridan discussed the series on "The Joe Rogan Experience" podcast, suggesting that the show lacks a concrete plot. 

Sheridan contrasted the spinoff dramas "1883" and "1923" with "Yellowstone," stating that the former have more defined plots. 

Joe Rogan praised Sheridan for his work on the spinoffs, particularly "1883" and "1923." 

Sheridan described "1883" as a reflection of his upbringing and a historical exploration, while "Yellowstone" represents his rebellious side with a less defined plot. 

The central premise of "Yellowstone" was summarized by Sheridan as "Don't take my land, I want your land." 

1. Sheridan suggested that the show is designed to be provocative and defy conventional expectations, leading critics to dislike it intentionally.

Despite critical disapproval, "Yellowstone" remains highly popular, with its fourth season finale attracting 13.1 million viewers. 

Season five was announced as the show's last, with rumors of a falling out between Sheridan and actor Kevin Costner. Matthew McConaughey is reportedly in negotiations for a new spinoff. 

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