Fans eagerly await the last episodes of "Yellowstone" season 5, while some may have moved on during the long hiatus.
Once the smoke clears and the final six episodes of the series start trickling out, however, the ratings are sure to go through the roof once again.
There's simply too much high plains drama and backstabbing political intrigue that needs to be wrapped up before "Yellowstone" finally rides off into the sunset.
Throughout the run of the show, the main reason to watch has always been the hopelessly damaged characters that dedicate themselves to the cowboy way of life to preserve the Dutton family legacy.
One of the most popular additions to "Yellowstone," without question, is musician-turned-actor Ryan Bingham, who plays Walker, a debonair rodeo crooner with a chip on his shoulder.
Walker, released from jail, joined the Dutton ranch, thanks to Rip Wheeler. He became a recurring troublemaker in the series.
Originally, Bingham wasn't really supposed to be a part of "Yellowstone" at all, as it turns out. The character of Walker was never given a huge amount of screen time over the course of the series,
ohn's frustration stems from his heritage of direct action. He feels overwhelmed by politics and its interference in his ways.