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TV Q&A: Brimley is not in 'Yellowstone' | Entertainment

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Q: In the “Yellowstone” episode “Under A Blanket of Red”, an old cowpoke looks just like Wilford Brimley, but his name is not mentioned in the credits. The episode first aired in November 2021, and although Brimley passed away in August 2020, the episode was dedicated to Brimley. Did someone in the

A: Barry Corbin, a great actor and a great gentleman that I can personally attest to, played the “old cowpoke” you saw and did it without imitating anyone else. When not on horseback on his ranch in Texas, Corbin sings “Northern Exposure,” “One Tree Hill,” “Closer,” “Better Call Saul,” and “Urban Cowboy.”

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Brimley has been an actor and commercial spokesperson during his diverse career, but he didn’t appear in ‘Yellowstone’. But as noted, his influence can be felt throughout the series. Brimley’s Utah roots also gave him a unique connection to his series, which was filmed in the state by Paramount’s network. ”

Q: What caught my attention was the CW series “Coroner”. I just watched season 3 and heard there will be a season 4. It was scheduled to start on June 2nd, but there are no new episodes or commentary. does it come back?

A: is. The CW moved the Canadian-made drama from its summer television run to this fall, starting October 2nd. The website said some time ago that the change was “likely related to the CW being put up for sale and having several shows canceled.” Early this month. With less original scripted content to throw into the fall schedule, executives chose to delay the return of “The Coroner.” (By the way, a recent report said the network was on the verge of being sold to his Nexstar Media Group.) Also, the TV schedule hasn’t been finalized. Fox, for example, has shifted country music drama Monarch from his January to the fall of this year, which is set to premiere on September 11th.

Q: I would like to know if there are plans for a sequel to “Planet of the Apes” in the future.

A: There is Disney, which currently owns the “Apes” franchise, is reportedly planning a new film, tentatively titled “Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes,” starting in 2019. Five films from the ’60s and ’70s, a live-action and animated TV series from the ’70s, a 2001 Tim Burton reboot, and a big-screen trilogy from 2011-2017. There’s been a lot of research about what director Wes Ball (known for the “Maze Runner” movies) has in mind for the new film, but I haven’t seen anything definite.

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