The wait is almost over! Season 5 of the hit television drama "Yellowstone" is nearing its premiere date. Fans all over the world are excited for the 2-hour premiere event on November 13th on Paramount. But, a lucky few are going to be able to watch the premiere a full 2 weeks early. Plus, they can watch it all on the BIG SCREEN!

According to Deadline

Yellowstone is headed to the big screen. MTV Entertainment Studios and 101 Studios have partnered with AMC Theatres to give Dutton fans an exclusive sneak peek of season 5 before it returns to the Paramount Network. It will be available across more than 100 AMC locations on Saturday, October 29.

One of these select theaters just so happens to be the AMC Dine-In Southgate 9 in Missoula.

Fans of the show are not only getting a sneak peek a full two weeks early. But, they will also receive a FREE Dutton Ranch reusable cup with the purchase of a ticket.

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There is only one showing, this Saturday, October 29th at 7 PM. As I am writing this it appears that the theater is about 80% sold out. So you may want to purchase your tickets right away to secure what few seats are left.

Also included in your ticket price is a look at "Yellowstone" creator, Taylor Sheridan's new project "Tulsa King" starring Sylvester Stallone. A new show that surrounds a New York organized crime capo, doing business in Oklahoma. Talk about a "fish out of water" story. But judging by the trailer, it is going to be an exciting new show.

Click the link below to try to snag what few tickets are available for this sneak peek of both shows on the big screen this Saturday night.

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