Yellowstone has quickly become one of the most popular cable TV series. Cliffhangers abound in the narrative of the drama-packed Montana ranch of the Dutton family, making it ideal for binge-watching. Kevin Costner plays patriarch John Dutton, does everything it takes to defend his ranch and riches with his kids Beth (Kelly Reilly), Kayce (Luke Grimes), and Jamie (Wes Bentley). Season 3 originated to a close with an action-packed conclusion that concluded with shooting and a bomb, leaving fans speculating who would live to see season 4. Whereas fans must wait to check how the tale unfolds, recent news of not one but two Yellowstone spin-offs were absolutely sufficient to keep us interested. Here’s what you’ll learn about Yellowstone’s fourth season.
What is ‘Yellowstone’ Season 4 About: Release Date, Cast, and More?
The Paramount Network has published a new teaser for Yellowstone Season 4, revealing when fans will be able to catch the next season of the blockbuster hit western.
Last season ended on a major cliffhanger, with John Dutton’s (Kevin Costner) life hanging in the balance following a gunshot. In the latest trailer, the character is bleeding out, and things aren’t looking good for the Dutton patriarch.
This new commercial comes after the program has been filming in Montana for the previous few months, which means that a lot of information about Yellowstone Season 4 and its many spin-offs has surfaced. Here’s everything you need to know.
Yellowstone Season 4 Release Date – When Will The New Season Be Out?
The next season of cable’s popular drama has been slated to premiere on Sunday, November 7.
On that date, the new season will begin with a double bill. The network has not disclosed when the episodes will run, although it is expected to maintain its previous timeslot of 9 p.m. ET / 8 p.m. CT.
When this revelation was made public, Paramount+ also disclosed that the Yellowstone spin-off 1883 now had a premiere date. The first episode of the prequel will broadcast on Paramount Network on Sunday, December 19 at 10 p.m. ET / 9 p.m. CT, with the remaining episodes airing weekly on Paramount+.
Yellowstone Season 4 – Cast
In July, Deadline reported a slew of new characters that will appear in upcoming episodes of the program.
Here are some of the casts in the upcoming season:
- Caroline Warner, the CEO of Market Equities with an eye on the Dutton Ranch, is played by Jacki Weaver (Silver Linings Playbook).
- Piper Perabo (Covert Affairs) portrays an environmental protestor against the police force that protects bulk agribusiness on ranches.
- Carter, a new ranch hand, is played by Finn Little (Those Who Wish Me Dead).
- Kathryn Kelly (Nashville) has joined the cast as a new love interest for one of the Dutton cowboys.
However, there are significant doubts about who will return from past seasons. After all, the last season concluded with John, Beth (Kelly Reilly), and Kayce’s (Luke Grimes) lives in jeopardy. While any or all of these characters might die, Wes Bentley as Jamie and Cole Hauser as Rip Wheeler are very guaranteed to return. Meanwhile, Will Patton, who made his debut as Jamie Dutton’s biological father last season, has confirmed his return.
Yellowstone Season 4 – What can we expect?
Although no narrative summary has been provided, several fascinating indications have surfaced.
The most significant of these is the strong indication that John Dutton is still alive. According to Weaver’s Deadline character description, she is “the CEO of Market Equities who is attempting to break the hold that John Dutton (Kevin Costner) has on his enormous Montana ranch.” This strongly indicates that he will return prepared to face this new foe.
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Spoilers Alert: Yellowstone Season 4
Given how the third season ended (did Beth, Kayce, and John survive?), everyone expects season 4 to be equally as exciting as the first. Even Kelsey Asbille, who plays Monica, is unsure of how the program will progress. The conclusion of Season 3 is the most shocking, and it leaves you wondering how they will go. It’s ironic since Taylor (Sheridan) has always said that he knows how the program will finish and that she’d want to know.
Wes Bentley, who plays Jamie, is looking forward to delving more into Jamie’s difficult background in season 4. “What happened to Jamie?” He’s curious. “He’s also thrilled to discover who he truly is because he’s spent his entire life not being himself. He thinks he’s starting to acquire parts of that now, so it’ll be extremely intriguing to watch.”
Hopefully, this implies that the program will learn more about Jamie’s past (such as his pregnant ex-girlfriend), Beth’s connection with Rip, and Jimmy’s future.
Cole Hauser, who portrays Rip, has been tight-lipped about what’s to come on Dutton Ranch, although he did tell Deadline that “everybody’s in danger in Montana” following the shocking season 3 conclusion.
In the upcoming season, the show will adopt a new format: Because of the rebranding of Paramount Network, the aim is to offer the show as a cinematic experience, maybe airing two episodes in a single night with few commercial breaks. Less commercial? How about two episodes every night? That is perfectly OK!
Will The Entire Ensemble, Including Kevin Costner, Reprise Their Roles?
Although some fans are anxious that Kelly Reilly and Luke Grimes would be departing the program, it appears like the whole Yellowstone cast will be back for the fourth season. Costner, who portrays John Dutton and executive produces the show, continues to be the series’ backbone. He’s previously stated that filming a scripted adventure “hasn’t been a simple transition” for him, but he’s dedicated since he feels Yellowstone has “gold dust on it.”