The drama-filled show is set to return for another season in 2021.
With all of the twists and turns, it’s no surprise that Yellowstone has become one of the hit TV shows of the summer. The story of the drama-filled Dutton family’s Montana ranch is filled with cliffhangers, making it perfect for binge-watching. Kevin Costner stars as patriarch John Dutton, who, along with his children Kayce (Luke Grimes), Beth (Kelly Reilly), and Jamie (Wes Bentley), does whatever it takes to protect his ranch and fortune. Season 3 came to a head during the eventful finale, which ended with a bomb and gunfire, leaving viewers wondering who would survive to see season 4.
HOW CAN I WATCH SEASON 3?
If you haven’t watched past seasons of Yellowstone, you have time to catch up! The show is not on Netflix or Hulu, but seasons 1 and 2 are available to watch on the new Peacock streaming service. Season 3 has not launched on Peacock yet, but you don’t have to wait long! Season 3 will be available on Peacock on November 22, 2020. If you have cable TV service, you can sign in to watch all episodes through the Paramount Network. If you just can’t wait, individual episodes are also available to purchase through Amazon.
When will season 4 premiere?
Well, don’t worry. There will be a season 4. According to Deadline, “Paramount Network has ordered a fourth season of its flagship series Yellowstone starring Kevin Costner, ahead of its Season 3 premiere on the summer.” Filming for season 4 was delayed by a few months due to the COVID-19 pandemic but picked up shortly before the season 3 finale aired.
Chief Joseph Ranch, where Yellowstone is filmed, confirmed on August 21 that filming for season 4 had begun, and Forrie Smith, Jr., who portrays cowboy Lloyd, reported from his first day of shooting. No release date for season 4 has been announced, but the past three seasons all began in June, so we expect season 4 to air in June 2021, as long as the delay in filming hasn’t put production behind schedule.