Yellowstone is again — and darker than ever for Kelsey Asbille’s Monica. The actress opened up completely to Us Weekly about her character’s being pregnant loss following a automobile accident within the season 5 premiere.
“It’s such a tragic loss,” Asbille, 31, advised Us forward of the Sunday, November 13, episode. “I believe you actually see Monica at her rock-bottom and in a spot the place I believe she begins questioning her personal beliefs and her personal id. … I believe there’s a extremely definitive second the place she chooses life and works towards therapeutic.”
The One Tree Hill alum added that season 5 is her “favourite” to date, citing scenes within the premiere with Kelly Reilly’s Beth Dutton and Kevin Costner’s John Dutton as standouts.
“There are literally quite a lot of scenes on this one which I actually, actually love. I believe that definitive second I used to be talking about earlier, it actually comes after talking with John Dutton,” Asbille continued. “So it’s a really type of unlikely particular person in her life to have that second with. However she additionally has an exquisite second with Beth that I’ve been aching for as a result of I simply love [that] they create out a special aspect of one another and so I like when the 2 of them are on display.”
Followers have watched Monica and Kayce Dutton’s (Luke Grimes) love story since season 1, which debuted in 2018.
“I like that whenever you meet them, they’re each type of outcasts and so they’ve given up a lot for one another and the truth that they select one another each time,” she advised Us when requested what she loves concerning the couple earlier than including with amusing: “However Lord have mercy, I might love for them to have a neater go at life.”
Viewers discovered about Monica’s being pregnant in season 4. The twosome are additionally mother and father of son Tate.
“A lot of her id is as a mom,” Asbille advised Us. “I believe her power is her softness and her compassion and her empathy and her willingness to simply — it doesn’t matter what she faces, she retains her head up and she or he retains going. And I believe that that’s all you are able to do. And so I believe that’s undoubtedly one thing I look as much as in her.”
Yellowstone airs on Paramount Community Sundays at 8 p.m. ET.
With reporting by Leanne Aciz Stanton