Kevin Costner's Attempts to Enter the Television Industry.

Kevin Costner, known primarily as a Hollywood actor, has indeed made significant forays into television production and acting.  

One of his notable ventures was the History Channel miniseries "Hatfields & McCoys," which premiered in 2012. Costner not only acted in the series but also served as one of its executive producers. 

The miniseries received critical acclaim and garnered numerous awards, including Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie (for Kevin Costner) and Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie .

Following the success of "Hatfields & McCoys," Costner continued his involvement in television.  

He starred in and produced the Paramount Network drama series "Yellowstone," which premiered in 2018.  

The series, created by Taylor Sheridan, features Costner as John Dutton, the patriarch of a powerful ranching family in Montana.  

"Yellowstone" has been well-received by audiences and has become one of the network's flagship shows. 

Costner's ventures into television demonstrate his versatility as an entertainer and his willingness to explore different storytelling mediums beyond traditional film.