Missoula's got Yellowstone Fever - which  honestly wouldn't be a bad name for Yellowstone's 100th spinoff show, starring an eclectic cast including Kurt Russell, Dame Judi Dench, Carrot Top, and Machine Gun Kelly. It will take place in the year 2425 and it will be the highest-rated series in the history of Paramount Plus... assuming it's still called Paramount Plus by then, as we've already seen it go through a few iterations (RIP CBS All Access).

But in the meantime, Missoula's got the main Yellowstone series filming in the area, occasionally shutting down streets and being spotted all over town. And since they've been filming, they've been periodically putting out calls to locals to be extras on the show. So here's the latest post from Yellowstone dictating what they need.

Yellowstone Needs Extras to Play Rancher and Pilots

According to their latest Facebook postYellowstone is currently seeking extras to fill a few different roles - and they want to stress, these extras should be NEW to Season 5 - meaning, if you've already been an extra on the show this season, you won't be accepted for these roles.

First off, they're looking for tall, clean shaven men to play an airplane pilot. This will be for a work date in Hamilton on 6/8.

They're also seeking men and women ages 18 to 80 to play rancher types. The work date will be 6/20 and filming will take place in Sula.

And finally, the show is also looking for men and women between the ages of 20 and 50 to play wildlife biologists.

If you want to apply for any of these roles, you can email yellowstoneextrasmontana@gmail.com and submit a photo with your name, phone number, age, height, weight, and what city in Montana you'll be coming from.

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