Yellowstone boss's new show casts Demi Moore

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Landman, the new drama from Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan, has added Demi Moore to its cast.

As per Deadline, Moore will join Billy Bob Thornton in the Paramount+ series, which is described as a “ modern-day tale of fortune seeking in the world of oil rigs” and an “upstairs/downstairs story of roughnecks and wildcat billionaires.”

The series is based on the 11-episode podcast series Boomtown, with Moore reportedly playing the role of Cami, the wife of one of the most powerful businessmen in Texas and a friend to Thornton’s character.

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“Demi Moore is an iconic and extraordinary talent,” said Chris McCarthy, President and CEO, Showtime/MTV Entertainment Studios. “We are thrilled to have her join Billy Bob Thornton and the star-studded cast of Landman, our next epic series from Taylor Sheridan.”

Whilst audiences will still have a while to wait for Landman, Sheridan is currently busy preparing for the second part of the final season of Yellowstone, which is due to premiere later this year (November 10).

The final episodes will likely be without Kevin Costner after the actor stepped back from his role as John Dutton, with Sheridan shedding light on the rumoured dispute between the star and the production company.

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“My last conversation with Kevin was that he had this passion project he wanted to direct,” recalled Sheridan. “He and the network were arguing about when he could be done with Yellowstone. I said: ‘We can certainly work a schedule toward [his preferred exit date],’ which we did.

“I've never had an issue with Kevin that he and I couldn't work out on the phone. But once lawyers get involved, then people don't get to talk to each other and start saying things that aren't true and attempt to shift blame based on how the press or public seem to be reacting.”

There is currently no release date for Landman; Yellowstone streams on Paramount+.

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